Calling Ryan Spooner

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    Calling Ryan Spooner

    The kid can skate and if he concentrates on defense can be a more than adequate replacement for Gregory Campbell, plus he has a better offense touch.

    A Doug Gilmour type who will love the situation.

     
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    Comparing Spooner to Gilmour is a little bold is it not?

     
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    In response to Don-Bruino's comment:

    The kid can skate and if he concentrates on defense can be a more than adequate replacement for Gregory Campbell, plus he has a better offense touch.

    A Doug Gilmour type who will love the situation.




    Wheat!  What are you talking about?  The only thing we know about Spooner in the NHL is that he's a hockey player.  The rest of what you've written...did someone hack Wheat's account?

     
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    In response to Don-Bruino's comment:

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    The kid can skate and if he concentrates on defense can be a more than adequate replacement for Gregory Campbell, plus he has a better offense touch.

    A Doug Gilmour type who will love the situation.

     




    Wheat!  What are you talking about?  The only thing we know about Spooner in the NHL is that he's a hockey player.  The rest of what you've written...did someone hack Wheat's account?

     

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    I came to write the exact same thing. He maybe here in the future but he's at best 4th in line for breaking the lineup now. Pandolfo sees the ice before Spooner does.

     
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    Let Pevs center the 4th line. Put Soderberg or Daugavins with Kelly & Segs. I'd rather not see Pandolfo.

     
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    Re: Calling Ryan Spooner

    If it was an injury to a top-6 forward, you might see Spooner.

    But because it's an injury to a 4th line, penalty kill specialist, you're not going to see him. I'd like to see Caron in there (even though I'm not a huge fan) over Pandolfo or Daugavins. I think he offers more than both of them offensively, and maybe about the same defensively. You bump Paille up to play with Peverley and Seguin (which actually could generate some offense....that's an absurd amount of speed), and have Kelly center Caron and Thornton. That keeps a similar feel with both lines, and could produce similar results. I think Caron is a slightly slower version of Paille.

     
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    In response to TheGuyWithDaThing's comment:

    If it was an injury to a top-6 forward, you might see Spooner.

    But because it's an injury to a 4th line, penalty kill specialist, you're not going to see him. I'd like to see Caron in there (even though I'm not a huge fan) over Pandolfo or Daugavins. I think he offers more than both of them offensively, and maybe about the same defensively. You bump Paille up to play with Peverley and Seguin (which actually could generate some offense....that's an absurd amount of speed), and have Kelly center Caron and Thornton. That keeps a similar feel with both lines, and could produce similar results. I think Caron is a slightly slower version of Paille.



    Caron?  EEEEEEEK

    Spooner?  EEEEEEEEEEEEK

    I hope it's Soderberg.  But I bet it's Daugavins.

     
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    In response to TheGuyWithDaThing's comment:

    If it was an injury to a top-6 forward, you might see Spooner.

    But because it's an injury to a 4th line, penalty kill specialist, you're not going to see him. I'd like to see Caron in there (even though I'm not a huge fan) over Pandolfo or Daugavins. I think he offers more than both of them offensively, and maybe about the same defensively. You bump Paille up to play with Peverley and Seguin (which actually could generate some offense....that's an absurd amount of speed), and have Kelly center Caron and Thornton. That keeps a similar feel with both lines, and could produce similar results. I think Caron is a slightly slower version of Paille.



    Still don't think we see Spooner. I think we see Seguin slide back up and Daugvins or Soderberg.

     
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    Caron is a decent enough 4th line fill-in for me. I don't think he'll ever turn out to be a top-6 forward like some used to, but I think he's competent enough of a 4th liner.

    Where would Seguin slide up to?

    Are people still complaining about Jagr using too long of a stick after winning that impossible puck battle before the game winning goal?

     
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    Re: Calling Ryan Spooner

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    In response to TheGuyWithDaThing's comment:

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    If it was an injury to a top-6 forward, you might see Spooner.

    But because it's an injury to a 4th line, penalty kill specialist, you're not going to see him. I'd like to see Caron in there (even though I'm not a huge fan) over Pandolfo or Daugavins. I think he offers more than both of them offensively, and maybe about the same defensively. You bump Paille up to play with Peverley and Seguin (which actually could generate some offense....that's an absurd amount of speed), and have Kelly center Caron and Thornton. That keeps a similar feel with both lines, and could produce similar results. I think Caron is a slightly slower version of Paille.

     



    Caron?  EEEEEEEK

     

    Spooner?  EEEEEEEEEEEEK

    I hope it's Soderberg.  But I bet it's Daugavins.

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    Yeah i think Daugavins,wont be Soderberg,god don't let it be Pandolfo.

     
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    Re: Calling Ryan Spooner

    From what I seen from Spooner, the kid isnt ready for the NHL, especially the playoffs.




     
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    Anybody but Pandolfo. Well, him and Whitfield....

     
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    Spooner will be a good Boston Bruin oneday. Right now Ryan would get eatin alive by the forwards of the lretraining remaining in the playoffs. Someday though.

    Perverley stays were he is at, Daugvins In!


    "Guilt is a powerful motivator, eh Brick ?" ~ Jack

     
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    What about Bourque filling that fourth line roll? He's got wheels and a bit of grit...plus he's been skating in playoff situations. 

     

    It's not like any option is great. But I could see him be okay..at least less scary than Pandolfo.

     

     

     
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    Soderberg way before Spooner, Spooner will get his chance next season ,  

     Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011 & 2013 (a walk in the park)

     
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    I have to agree. After watching Spooner this year, I bet he makes the team next year. But he is behind the rooster and the yeti in getting into the playoffs.

     
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    Who ever comes up I hope they step up to the task.

     
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    Looks like it will be Caron or Daug .....too bad I would have like to see what Soderberg can do in playoffs.....

     

     Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011 & 2013 (a walk in the park)

     
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    Re: Calling Ryan Spooner

    In response to TheGuyWithDaThing's comment:

     

    Caron is a decent enough 4th line fill-in for me. I don't think he'll ever turn out to be a top-6 forward like some used to, but I think he's competent enough of a 4th liner.

    Where would Seguin slide up to?

    Are people still complaining about Jagr using too long of a stick after winning that impossible puck battle before the game winning goal?

     



    What the hell are you talking about? I've never whined about Jagr, I think he's played very well. Someone said if a top 6 gets hurt we might see Spooner and I said no, that would not happen because we still have Seguin. Read...

     

     
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    Re: Calling Ryan Spooner

    In response to gotagreatdog's comment:

    Let Pevs center the 4th line. Put Soderberg or Daugavins with Kelly & Segs. I'd rather not see Pandolfo.




    Best solution I've heard yet........

     
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    Not a chance we we Spooner. I know it's wishful thinking right now for you Don B. but let's not compare him to Doug Glimour.

     
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    Re: Calling Ryan Spooner

    Forwards on the ice today:

    B's skaters on: Thornton, Pandolfo, Daugavins, Soderberg, Bartkowski, Hamilton, Redden, Johnson. P-Bruins: Caron, Bourque, Camper ^CS

    It doesn't look like Spooner is an option.

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