A few weeks back, the Providence Bruins signed Curtis Hall to a one-way deal. Yesterday, the Boston Bruins signed the 20 year-old right shooting center to a three-year entry level contract.
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) March 1, 2021
Hall was drafted in the 4th round in 2018, 199th overall. He’s got good size at 6’3″ but is a little undersized at 196 lbs. He played two seasons at Yale before opting to go pro. He decided to leave school after Yale canceled their season due to Covid. He’s obviously been playing well enough for Providence (before his injury) to get an ELC. Due to his current deal for this season, he isn’t eligible for the entry level slide of one of his years.
Zach Senyshyn is playing well enough for the P-Bruins to get a call-up when needed according to Mark Divver.
ICYMI, Zach Senyshyn is putting himself in good position for a callup if Boston needs a winger https://t.co/07RoeD3Slg
— Mark Divver (@MarkDivver) March 2, 2021
Senyshyn was drafted in that first round of the 2015 draft and one of the few Bruins prospects that hasn’t been called up full-time; this season Jeremy Lauzon and Jakub Zboril have officially cracked the big roster. With the way players have been dropping like flies lately or playing in a rather lackluster fashion, this call-up could be sooner than later. Please, anything that makes the team win would be welcome.
Aside from that, the Bruins have been pretty quiet in the last day, probably due to having 3 games in 4 days.