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By Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz)
As the preseason begins to wind down, and teams begin to prepare their final cuts, the Boston Bruins are going to have a tough decision to make regarding their top prospect, Ryan Spooner.
The 45th overall pick in the 2010 draft, Spooner spent last season playing for the Bruins’ AHL affiliate in Providence, while also filling in for David Krejci for a few games in early February. In 59 games for the “Baby B’s”, Spooner recorded 17 goals and 40 assists for a total of 57 points, a near point per game pace.
This year in training camp and preseason action, Spooner has continued to impress the Bruins’ brass, and may force them to make a tough decision.
“I think Spoons (Spooner) sees what’s in front of him, but what Spoon has to do is control what he can control, and that’s his game”, Bruins head coach Claude Julien said before yesterday’s preseason game against the Washington Capitals. “You’ve seen teams make room for players when th