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Flickr User: slidingsideways
By Benjamin Woodward (@_BWoodward)
Player: Ryan Spooner
2011-’12 Team: Kingston Frontenacs (OHL) / Sarnia Sting (OHL)
Drafted: Second Round (45th Overall), 2010
Vitals: 5’10”, 175 lbs., Age 20
Hometown: Ottawa, Ontario
Camp Observations: If you’re a fan of all-world offense, dazzling dangles and pinpoint shooting accuracy enough to make Navy Seal snipers jealous, the player to watch at Boston Bruins development camp this July was none other than Ryan Spooner. The supremely skilled forward was extremely impressive during camp week as his extraordinary arsenal of offense was on full display. His uncanny on-ice vision and deceptive speed remind me a lot of a younger Marc Savard.
Future: Through four years of experience at the junior hockey level, Spooner has spent time with three Ontario Hockey League franchises; the Peterborough Petes, the Kingston Frontenacs and the Sarnia Sting. Over that time, the Ottawa, Ontario native overcame injuri...
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