The Bruins were very high on center Ryan Spooner when they drafted him last June and when he impressed at training camp in the fall.
The fortunes of an AHL farm club are always controlled by the whims and needs of the parent club.
The Providence Bruins found that out again over the last six days.
By Joshua Kummins
College hockey takes over the TD Garden on the first two Mondays in Februaryevery year with bragging rights on the line for Boston’s four major colleges.
This year’s Beanpot starts Monday night and concludes a week later.
He didn’t get the Eastern Conference All-Star berth that went to the only player ahead of him, Jamie Arniel, on the Providence (AHL) farm club’s scoring chart right now.
But Zach Hamill has still had a huge hand in the P-Bruins’ season turnaround.
PROVIDENCE – The venue and teammates have changed, but the role is still the same for Jordan Caron.
Although he’s not the captain of the London Knights (OHL) this season, Bruins prospect Jared Knight obviously has a leadership streak in him.
Ryan Button’s development into what the Bruins hope will be an NHL defenseman will now happen on U.S. soil.
Bruins 2010 fourth-round draft pick Craig Cunningham just bettered his chances to win the Memorial Cup.
It sounds like Bruins 2010 second-round draft pick Jared Knight will be finishing up his junior career in London.
Many Bruins fans are dreaming of the day 2010 second-round pick Jared Knight carves out his territory in front of the opposing net and provides Boston with some offense.
Last week, we found out the Bruins would not be releasing rookie forward Tyler Seguin to skate for Team Canada at the World Junior Championship in Buffalo later this month.
Today we found out there won’t be any players that are Bruins property skating for the U.S. either.
When the Bruins signed Yannick Riendeau as an undrafted free agent after the 2008-09 season, they didn’t expect him to score at the clip that saw him finish that season with 58 goals and 126 points in the QMJHL.
After three years and 25-53-78 totals in 118 games with Boston University, Colby Cohen decided to turn pro this year. The 2007 second-round draft pick of Colorado is now property of the Bruins after the one-for-one with Matt Hunwick this evening.
This evening the Bruins announced they recalled forward Jamie Arniel on an emergency basis.
Center Ryan Spooner might’ve been the Bruins prospect that performed the best at this fall’s training camp relative to his incoming expectations.