Photo: Forward Ryan Spooner led the Providence Bruins in postseason scoring with six goals and nine assists through 12 games. (courtesy of Jonathan Kozub/NHLI via Getty Images)
Although none of the Boston Bruins prospects won a championship in their respective leagues, many of them grew a lot over the season and playoffs. Ryan Spooner led the AHL playoff-scoring race through the first two rounds with 15 points, and Alexander Khokhlachev was only one-point behind Spooner.
Photo: Though he started the 2013-14 season in the AHL, defenseman Kevan Miller eventually established himself as a regular part of the Boston Bruins NHL roster. (courtesy of Francois Laplante/Freestyle Photography/Getty Images)
The Boston Bruins hold a boatload of depth in their prospect systems despite top prospects such as Torey Krug and Dougie Hamilton graduating this season.
Photo: Goaltender Zane Gothberg had a breakout year with North Dakota, posting a 20-10-3 record en route to an appearance in the 2014 Frozen Four. Gothberg was selected in the sixth round of the 2010 NHL Draft. (courtesy of Richard T. Gagnon/Getty Images)
The Boston Bruins have most of their prime prospects playing at the professional level in North America, but there are still a few prominent names that are currently playing in Europe or at the collegiate level.
Photo: Boston College forward and Boston Bruins prospect Ryan Fitzgerald’s 28 points ranks him fifth in scoring on the Eagles roster for the 2013-14 season (courtesy of Fred Kfoury/Icon SMI)
After growing up in Boston his entire life, Ryan Fitzgerald is living his childhood dream of playing hockey for the Boston College Eagles.
The BC freshman has already gotten the experience of playing at Fenway Park and in the Beanpot Tournament. He’s helped the Eagles win both.
Photo: Boston College defenseman and Florida Panthers prospect Ian McCoshen celebrates with teammates after scoring the eventual winning goal in the Eagles 4-3 victory over UMass Lowell, a win that sends that school to the 2014 Frozen Four (courtesy of Fred Kfoury/Icon SMI)
A day after Boston College’s top line went off for six goals, it was second-line winger Ryan Fitzgerald and bottom-pairing defenseman Ian McCoshen who were the difference makers.