Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by TP, Dec 7, 2018.
Bruins Prospects VI - Stay on Subject!
time to see Zach Senyshyn or Ryan Fitzgerald why not? need scoring why not bring them up see what happens
The kid has always been at his best when scoring in bunches. Would not be shocked if he pots another one tonight. Keep it up, kid! See you in Boston, hopefully soon...
Senyshyn finally gets his shot in a top 6 role in Providence and starts getting power play time and it has led to 4 goals in his last 3 games.
Pretty sure he now leads the Providence bruins in goals. Not bad for someone who spent the majority of the season so far on the 4th line.
Congrats to 21 year old Zach Senyshyn who for the third consecutive game was awarded one of three stars
Keep it up Zach your time will come and look forward to seeing you full time in 2019-20
As I said earlier in the year, and last year also, Zach plays to whatever level he's expected to. He's been great this season, not just recently. He scored most of his points his rookie season in top-6 mins as well over a smallish span of games. He's the exact player that elevates to the level of his linemates people sometimes talk about when discussing how production translates from league to league.
if he keeps progressing well, assume a call-up is coming relatively soon. not for good, but
to show him the hard work gets rewarded and here's a taste of that expensive stuff.
His goals at the top of the crease remind me of some of Horton’s goals. When Bergeron comes back I’d like to see Senyshyn on Krejci’s line, they could use a big winger that crashes the net.
I know it's been said many times, but I still don't understand why he hasn't been there from the start. You can teach him the defensive side of the game on the fly, no?
He's on a strange path for a born sniper, but if the coaches pull this off and he becomes a defensively responsible 25 goal NHL scorer, credit is due.
Maybe some, but look at Donato. His play away from the puck was so bad he had to be sent down
I meant in an AHL context though. Playing him in the bottom 6 in the minors, without PP time, is starting him off at the very bottom. But as I said, if it has developed his mentality, fair enough.
It’s almost like the bruins brass considers Senyshyn their best of the ‘15 3 but needing the most time and patience to realize that, keeping him a secret and working on every facet of his game until he’s ready
They don’t want another Frank vatrano situation where he comes in scores tons but then kinda looks flat in Boston until he’s with another team
They want Senyshyn to be one of the first two way power forward sniper hybrids and it seems like at this point he’s not all that far off
If Senny makes it to the show I wonder what number he will wear?
90, 19, 91, 81
Of that list you suggest? 90 is the only option to me. Why put more pressure on yourself? 91 a Marc Savard. 19 - Thornton or Seguin. 81 - Kessel.
Maybe he doesn’t belong on this list, but I personally wouldn’t want it to happen.
That is like Josh Ho-Sang picking 66.
What’s wrong with 13?
I would be so unbelievably happy if Senyshyn develops into a difference maker for the Bruins. Not just to dispel the 2015 draft hate, but also big, fast RW who can score do not grow on trees.
Let’s see; big, strong power RW, a low number like 8 seems appropriate.
It would be cool to have another 81 that can fly up the wing and snipe like good old Miroslav Satan.
Sounds like a top secret cyborg project from the future.
Pretty sure he's worn #71 the past two pre-seasons.
Only thing stopping a 10 game tryout would probably be that Senyshyn might be a defensive liability. But I don’t see Senyshyn being on the ice late in a tight game anyways. Do it Donny!
Really want to see him with Krejci. If there’s anyone’s on the team that can find him in front of the net, it’s Krejci.
Lol, if that didn’t stop them from having Donato and Bjork playing I doubt very much his defensive liability is the issue. For me it has everything to do with the expansion draft, same for Zbroil. Urho will head back to the AHL with Lauzon once roster is healthy.
He’s far from a liability. Actually, I’d say his two-way ability is one of his strengths in Providence. He hasn’t just been good as of late, he’s been really good all season— production aside.
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