Zach Senyshyn

Zach Senyshyn

#19RW,
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 1"/192 lbs
Born: Ottawa, Canada
Draft: 2015 1st round (15th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Fantasy Hockey: Players you need to add to improve in every category
    Yahoo Sports Canada

    Fantasy Hockey: Players you need to add to improve in every category

    Rickard Rakell is relevant again, Marcus Foligno is crushing the competition, and other players to target this week in fantasy hockey.

  • The Canadian Press

    New York plays Boston, seeks 6th straight win

    Boston Bruins (13-6-3, third in the East Division) vs. New York Islanders (15-6-4, first in the East Division) Uniondale, New York; Tuesday, 7 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: New York will try to continue its five-game win streak with a victory over Boston. The Islanders are 15-6-4 against the rest of their division. New York has converted on 22.7% of power-play opportunities, recording 15 power-play goals. The Bruins are 13-6-3 against East Division teams. Boston averages 4.4 penalties per game, the most in the Nhl. Charlie McAvoy leads the team with 10 total penalties. In their last meeting on Feb. 25, New York won 7-2. Adam Pelech recorded a team-high 2 points for the Islanders. TOP PERFORMERS: Anders Lee leads the Islanders with 12 goals and has 18 points. Brock Nelson has six goals and two assists over the last 10 games for New York. Brad Marchand leads the Bruins with 12 goals and has 27 points. David Pastrnak has five goals and seven assists over the last 10 games for Boston. LAST 10 GAMES: Islanders: 7-2-1, averaging 3.5 goals, 5.9 assists, 2.7 penalties and 7.3 penalty minutes while giving up 2.1 goals per game with a .923 save percentage. Bruins: 4-5-1, averaging 2.6 goals, 4.5 assists, 4.7 penalties and 13.3 penalty minutes while allowing 2.7 goals per game with a .905 save percentage. INJURIES: Islanders: None listed. Bruins: Jeremy Lauzon: out (hand), Brandon Carlo: out (head), Ondrej Kase: day to day (upper body). ___ The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar. The Associated Press

  • Wedgewood, Devils deny Bruins' Rask 300th career win
    The Canadian Press

    Wedgewood, Devils deny Bruins' Rask 300th career win

    BOSTON — Scott Wedgewood made 40 saves, Kyle Palmieri scored out of a scramble with 4:37 left and the New Jersey Devils snapped a five-game losing streak with a 1-0 victory over the Boston Bruins on Sunday. Boston goaltender Tuukka Rask made 24 saves and remained stuck at 299 career victories. The Bruins have lost four of six games. All four games between the teams have been decided by one goal, including one in overtime and another by a shootout. Palmieri scored about two minutes after Wedgewood robbed Craig Smith’s bid at the end of a Bruins’ power play. Wedgewood came out to cut down the angle on Smith's shot from the right circle. Boston pulled Rask and had the puck in the Devils’ zone for nearly all of the final 90 seconds, but Wedgewood blocked several good chances to preserve his fourth career shutout. Coming off a pointless, five-game homestand that closed with a sloppy 6-3 loss to the Rangers on Saturday, the Devils looked determined and disciplined from the start, bottling up the neutral zone and limiting Boston’s chances. Wedgewood made two nice stops on David Pastrnak; the second came with 4 1/2 minutes left in the second period when the star forward shifted around defenceman Sami Vatanen and fired a wrister from the slot that the netminder stopped with his right pad. In the opening period, Wedgewood slid across the crease to rob Pastrnak’s close bid from near the left post after he collected a pass from Charlie McAvoy. New Jersey looked for long, breakout passes in the second period and nearly converted when Pavel Zacha went in on a semi-breakaway, but he had his backhander turned aside by Rask’s left-pad save. New Jersey had two power-play opportunities in the opening period but was limited to a few relatively harmless shots. HORROR FILM Devils coach Lindy Ruff had his team watch video Sunday morning of their loss to the Rangers. “Today was all video, all review, all real hard honestly about how poorly we played,” he said during a pregame videoconference. “Those meetings are 95% head coach because ultimately I feel responsible for how the team played. That’s on me.” CARLO UPDATE Boston coach Bruce Cassidy said Sunday morning that defenceman Brandon Carlo “is feeling better” and home after a head hit into the glass by Washington’s Tom Wilson sent him to the hospital in an ambulance Friday night. “He’s obviously going to be out for a while,” Cassidy said. Wilson was suspended seven games by the league. WHAT’S NEXT Devils: At the Capitals on Tuesday night, the second of a three-game road trip. Bruins: At the Islanders Tuesday. Boston has lost all three meetings against them this season. ___ More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/hub/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Ken Powtak, The Associated Press