Spooner scored a goal in Friday's 4-3 win over the Rangers. Spooner's power-play tally at the 16:14 mark of the third period tied the game at 3-3, with David Krejci notching the game-winner just 2:03 later. Overall, Spooner -- who previously had gone four games without notching a point -- has recorded five goals and 12 points in 22 games for the B's. On Friday, Spooner worked on a line with Joonas Kemppainen and Brett Connolly, a trio that could stick for the time-being, given that Connolly also tallied in the contest.
Spooner netted a power-play goal in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Avalanche. Spooner took advantage of an Avalanche turnover and sent the puck into a wide-open net with Reto Berra sprawled on the ice. It was Spooner's fourth goal of the season and the young forward has scored in his past two games. At this rate, he should have no problem eclipsing his career igh of 18 points from last season.
Spooner saw 15:55 worth of ice time in Monday's 6-3 loss to the Lightning. Spooner, who saw 2:52 worth of power play duty Monday, has yet to score a point in three games, while a boarding major that resulted in a game misconduct in Saturday's game against Montreal gives him 15 PIM to date. For a little perspective, Spooner had just two penalty minutes in 29 games for the B's last season. As long as the 23-year-old continues to see power play time, he has the skills to produce for fantasy owners, but so far the Bruins' third and fourth lines have yet to generate much offense and for now Spooner centers the team's No. 3 trio.
With Carl Soderberg no longer in the mix, Ryan Spooner is a prime candidate to handle the Bruins' No. 3 center slot this coming season, csnne.com reports.
Ryan Spooner signed a two-year contract extension with the Bruins on Wednesday worth $1.9 million, WEEI.com reports.
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