Boston Bruins Young Guns Head Into The Offseason.


With the Providence Bruins elimination from the Calder Cup playoffs, the Bruins 2014-15 season comes to an end.  Now the newest young guns of the Bruins organization get to head off to the offseason.

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For some players, it was a short and sweet sendoff via social media. David Pastrnak sent out a message to Bruins fans over Twitter this afternoon.

Ryan Spooner got to have one last conversation with the media before heading up to Canada for his offseason. Spooner shook off a lot of very public criticism (especially from head coach Claude Julien) to become the Bruins’ best offensive weapon in the final month of the B’s regular season. He finished off the season with twenty-six points (eight goals) in twenty-nine games.

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  • Spooner and Pastrnak were sent to Providence to help the baby B’s in their playoff run, but fell in five games to the Hartford Wolf Pack.  Spooner racked up four assists and was a -1 with ten shots on net during the season. “The series was kind of back-and-forth,” said Spooner of the Bruins and the Wolf Pack. “I think we had a good and our team was pretty skilled. They did a good job of keeping everything to the outside, so it was hard to get much five-on-five. We scored eight goals in five games and four of them were on the power play, so they did a good job. We did a good job. They just got the bounce.”

    “I’ll stick around here for a bit and sort out some stuff, then I’ll go back home. I’m pretty exciting for the season coming up. I’m not happy with how it ended here, but when I played [in Boston] I thought I did well. I’m exciting to go home and work on some stuff, and just come into camp showing I’m there and I’m ready to play the same way I did [in the last two months].”- Ryan Spooner on getting ready for next season

    Ryan Spooner and David Pastrnak were more than just hockey players. Those two young men helped bring back the Boston Bruins identity.  They certainly helped Milan Lucic salvage a passable season. Pastrnak and Spooner are the first of the new generation of Bruins that will help the organization acquire another Stanley Cup for Boston.

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