Boston Bruins' forward Jake DeBrusk has rescinded the trade request he made in November, Boston general manager Don Sweeney confirmed Wednesday.

Speaking ahead of the NHL's entry draft, which starts Thursday, Sweeney said that the previously dissatisfied Bruins winger had a more positive outlook about his future with the club after last season and that he is committed to staying put.

"We're very happy that Jake has turned the corner on how he feels about the Boston Bruins and wants to be with us," Sweeney said. "He had a hell of a second part of the year and deserves a lot of credit for the production that he put forth, and he's looking forward to being back... I think he was just in a better place when the season ended."

Sweeney indicated in November after news of DeBrusk's request become public that he would try to facilitate a "hockey trade" that helped the Bruins and gave DeBrusk the fresh start he was looking for.