a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

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    a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

    Can he play the wing? could the bruins enter the playoffs with a third line of Spooner - Kelly - Peverley?

     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

    Is Kelly even going to be ready by the first round of the playoffs?

     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

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    Is Kelly even going to be ready by the first round of the playoffs?



    cam neely said that he thought kelly would be back before the end of the regular season on 985 yesterday

     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

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    Can he play the wing? could the bruins enter the playoffs with a third line of Spooner - Kelly - Peverley?



    Yes. 

     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

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    Can he play the wing? could the bruins enter the playoffs with a third line of Spooner - Kelly - Peverley?



    I think a third (or 1c?) line of Spooner, Caron and Peverly would be fine by end of season as well.

     

     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

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    Can he play the wing? could the bruins enter the playoffs with a third line of Spooner - Kelly - Peverley?

     



    I think a third (or 1c?) line of Spooner, Caron and Peverly would be fine by end of season as well.

     

     



    Who would you put in the middle? Pevs or Spooner?

     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

    Been to a few games this year, and I have no idea if he could switch to the wing. i think he looks too good at center down at Providence to move him. I tend to think that asking him to switch to the wing in the playoffs where it's that much more physical would be asking alot of him.

     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

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    Been to a few games this year, and I have no idea if he could switch to the wing. i think he looks too good at center down at Providence to move him. I tend to think that asking him to switch to the wing in the playoffs where it's that much more physical would be asking alot of him.



    And putting him in at center expecting him to win faceoffs would be asking a lot also. This is one part of his game when playing center I never liked.



     

     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

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    And putting him in at center expecting him to win faceoffs would be asking a lot also. This is one part of his game when playing center I never liked.


     




    Not sure what is final stats were but everytime I focused when he was taking a faceoff he won it.

     

     
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    Not sure what is final stats were but everytime I focused when he was taking a faceoff he won it.

     

     

     



    You weren't focusing enough. 4/8 . 

     

     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

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    Been to a few games this year, and I have no idea if he could switch to the wing. i think he looks too good at center down at Providence to move him. I tend to think that asking him to switch to the wing in the playoffs where it's that much more physical would be asking alot of him.

     



    And putting him in at center expecting him to win faceoffs would be asking a lot also. This is one part of his game when playing center I never liked.



     

     



    well that's not a problem. peverley or kelly could take faceoffs and spooner could still play center. 

     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

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    You weren't focusing enough. 4/8 . 

     

     



    50 percent to start his NHL career doesn't sound too bad to me.

     

     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

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    Been to a few games this year, and I have no idea if he could switch to the wing. i think he looks too good at center down at Providence to move him. I tend to think that asking him to switch to the wing in the playoffs where it's that much more physical would be asking alot of him.

     



    And putting him in at center expecting him to win faceoffs would be asking a lot also. This is one part of his game when playing center I never liked.



     

     




    He's a center, i don't think asking him to win face offs would asking too much.

     
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    You weren't focusing enough. 4/8 . 

     

     



    50 percent to start his NHL career doesn't sound too bad to me.

     



    No it doesn't .

    It's also only 8 faceoffs. He has been poor at this before this season. When I used to post game reports in the prospects thread I would keep track of his faceoffs and post it. He lost more then he won. And this was in junior.

    It's an area that needs improvement for him. 


     
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    Re: a question for those who have seen spooner play outside of boston

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    Been to a few games this year, and I have no idea if he could switch to the wing. i think he looks too good at center down at Providence to move him. I tend to think that asking him to switch to the wing in the playoffs where it's that much more physical would be asking alot of him.

     



    And putting him in at center expecting him to win faceoffs would be asking a lot also. This is one part of his game when playing center I never liked.



     

     

     




    He's a center, i don't think asking him to win face offs would asking too much.

     



    It is if you want to win them.

     

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