First-round pick Zach Senyshyn asks Bruins for trade

First-round choice Zach Senyshyn asks Bruins for trade initially appeared on NBC Sports Boston

Another member of the Boston Bruins’ 2015 draft class has actually officially asked for a trade.

Zach Senyshyn, the No. 15 general choice in the ’15 draft, signed up with Jake DeBrusk in requesting for a one-way journey out of Boston. Senyshyn opened about his demand in an interview with Mark Divver.

“It’s been a long journey with Boston and Providence,” Senyshyn informed Divver. “Obviously, I’m super-thankful to everyone in Providence for all of their help in the development of my game, but I want to play in the NHL. I feel like I haven’t been given that opportunity in the Bruins organization.”

Senyshyn has actually played in just 14 video games with Boston because making his NHL launching in 2019. The majority of his time has actually been invested with the AHL Providence Bruins, where he’s signed up 8 objectives and 5 helps in 21 video games this season.

Even with numerous gamers out due to COVID-19 procedures, the Bruins have not promoted Senyshyn to the NHL lineup this season. He revealed his aggravation about the absence of a call-up and thinks he’ll be better in a various company.

“I’m not truly being used in (the Boston) company. I’m not being utilized at all. I feel as though it’s much better for them to get some return and for me to get a clean slate,” he informed Divver.

Senyshyn’s trade demand is simply the most recent blow to the Bruins’ 2015 draft class. In addition to he and DeBrusk’s trade demands, fellow first-rounder Jakub Zboril just recently went through surgical treatment for a torn ACL.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.