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Maybe it is more than just the Bruins interested in seeing Ryan Spooner take wing...

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Boston Bruins v Philadelphia Flyers
Will Ryan Spooner take wing?
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In Bruins news:

  • Was Ryan Spooner’s trial on the wing for the purpose of showcasing? And HOLY MOLY, did you see the other Jake DeBrusk rush to the net last night, aside from the one that led to the Seth Griffith goal? Causeway Crowd
  • In case you missed it, the Bruins topped the Blue Jackets 2-1. Claude Julien was impressed by his youngsters, and will also take one more hard look at Christian Ehrhoff. Boston Herald
  • It looks like Anton Khudobin has passed his audition, and in the final accounting, this may be best for both Malcolm Subban and Tuukka Rask. The Boston Globe
  • Colin Miller notched a goal, and hopes that his improved defensive play will earn him a roster spot. Brandon Carlo is making a strong case to be considered. The Boston Globe
  • David Pastrnak is biding his time for other roster decisions to sift down in order to find his place. Patrice Bergeron sees some of the choicest parts of a former linemate in him. (With video) Patriot Ledger
  • Don’t read too much into it, but Brad Marchand has replaced David Krejci on the banner outside TD Garden. @MKMolnar

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • Got plans? The new Springfield Thunderbirds have cooked up some fun to kick off their season. Mass Live
  • Drugs don’t kill professional athletes, organized sports do? The minor league hockey player that provided pills to Derek Boogard (but pointedly NOT the ones upon which Boogard ultimately OD’ed) has been sentenced, and will see no prison time. The Globe And Mail
  • The Baseball Hall of Fame holds a few intriguing finds, including gloves from Fenway Park- just not the kind you’d expect. Sports Illustrated
  • EA NHL 17 has spoken- you may want to plug your ears. The annual simulation of the NHL season doesn’t look good for the Bruins. Sports Illustrated
  • And now he’ll have to kill you. A sharp Sidney Crosby recognized and greeted a former Penguins intern. Maybe he shouldn’t have? Bar Down
  • Heart of Glass- a former star World Junior goalie has returned from Europe in an effort to crack an NHL roster. National Post