A look at Bruins' NCAA prospects

The future looks really good

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NCAA Hockey is about to start (October 7th to be exact), and this gives fans around the world a chance to see their team’s prospects in action.

The Bruins, as any other NHL Club, have prospects that will be participating in this tournament. A few of these appear on a top-75 list, which looks promising for the organization.

Here is a look at the Bruins prospects:

Charlie McAvoy – Team USA’s top defenseman for this year’s world juniors will also be key for the Terriers.

Ryan Fitzgerald – Makes magic with Colin White. Expect Fitzgerald to put up big numbers, maybe even challenge for the Hobey Baker.

Trent Frederic – Excellent two-way center was dragged down unfairly by descriptions at draft. Badgers could have a David Backes on their hands.

Ryan Lindgren – Character kid and two-way blueliner comes from a hockey family. Wants to be a leader.

Ryan Donato – The coach’s son has never needed special treatment; Ryan has dangerous hands and will get more looks with Jimmy Vesey gone.

Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson – Two-way center will play a big role as a sophomore on an offense studded with new recruits.

Cameron Clarke – Converted forward brings nice vision and, obviously, offense, to the Bulldogs’ blueline.

Anders Bjork – Point-per-gamer as a sophomore also had nice world juniors for USA. Brings speed and grit to the lineup.

The full list (not limited to only Bruins') can be found here.