Two of the Bruins’ top offensive prospects will not be in attendance next week when the team conducts its annual development camp.
Right wing Zach Senyshyn (mono) and center Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson (school, family and travel reasons) will both be absent. Senyshyn is best-known for being the player selected with the first of three picks (15th overall) that the Bruins received from the Flames in exchange for Dougie Hamilton at the 2015 draft. His selection was widely criticized given that he was a projected second- or third-round pick, but he helped alleviate fans’ concerns with a 45-goal performance in the OHL last season.
Goalie Zane McIntyre, meanwhile, will attend the camp for a seventh straight season. McIntyre turned pro last season, splitting time in Providence with Malcolm Subban.
Following is the roster for next week’s camp, which will be held at Ristuccia Arena for the final time before the team moves its practices to Brighton beginning in September.
Forwards: Jack Becker, Anders Bjork, Jake DeBrusk, Ryan Donato, Ryan Fitzgerald, Trent Frederic, Jesse Gabrielle, Danton Heinen, Cameron Hughes, Joona Koppanen, Sean Kuraly, Mark Naclerio, Oskar Steen
Defensemen: Brandon Carlo, Cameron Clarke, Matt Grzelcyk, Emil Johansson, Jeremy Lauzon, Ryan Lindgren, Charlie McAvoy, Wiley Sherman, Jakob Zboril
Goaltenders: Zane McIntyre, Malcolm Subban, Daniel Vladar, Stephen Dhillon (invite basis)