42 games, 3+13, -4. Nothing stellar for a supposed offensive-minded D-man.
Started well, but went into a slouch and never regained his form. Probably partially mental. Motivation to play in HPK gone. Still, a skilled player who just might pick it up with the change of scenery.
Odd that they let him go, HPK is still very well in the race for a straight playoff spot, and they let go one of their best defencemen. And it's not like he had a huge pricetag on him either.
Not by a long shot - at least anymore. Like I already said, Spang started the season in very impressive manner, but has been declining since then. Lately, he has practically been nothing but dead weight for the team.