Bruins' Forward Says He's Frustrated, Might Ditch Team For KHL.

Published April 19, 2020 at 2:45 PM

We see it a lot more often these days, a young European prospect not happy with his situation in North America so he's ready to leave. 

Prospects not willing to finish out their contract and heading back overseas to play in their prime. 

That might be the situation for one Bruins' forward who's set to become RFA once the season is finally complete. 

The Bruins 2013 3rd round pick, Peter Cehlarik, isn't happy with his current situation. 

The 24 year old had an interview with a Slovakian news outlet recently and was straight forward.

He told reporters that he was frustrated that he hasn't been given a regular shot in the NHL. While he did admit that it's hard because Boston has such a solid roster, he still feels he could contribute on a regular basis. 

The forward also revealed that he was almost part of a trade at the deadline and is thinking about the idea of jumping to the KHL but hopes to get a shot for another NHL team. 

You can check out the full interview in Slovakian by clicking here
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