The Bruins made two minor roster moves this afternoon, sending Zach Senyshyn and Cameron Hughes to Providence.
The B’s don’t play again until Friday night, while Providence isn’t in action again until Saturday, so it’s probably not a playing-time move. There could be some salary cap machinations at play here, but who knows.
With Par Lindholm on the shelf and no real news about Joakim Nordstrom being ready to return, you’d think the Bruins would need at least one forward, unless David Backes is ready to come back.
ANYWAYS...all that aside, we did get an interesting tidbit earlier today: Senyshyn was credited with another point.
OFFICIAL SCORING CHANGE: Game 224@NHLBruins at @CanadiensMTL— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) November 7, 2019
Goal at 7:17 of the 2nd period now reads Connor Clifton from Zach Senyshyn. #NHLStats
The goal was originally recorded as unassisted, but was changed to be from Senyshyn after the fact. Couple that with the assist he originally wasn’t given, but was then given later, on Anders Bjork’s goal, and the kid ends up with 2 assists on the night.
Not bad for his first pro game of this season!
It’ll be interesting to see if Senyshyn or Hughes end up coming back up by Friday. I’d say Senyshyn deserves another game, but we’ll see how it shakes out.