While the 2019-20 NHL season still remains in limbo, some NHL prospects have decided what their goal will be for next year. 

We've seen some NHL teams sign prospects to entry level deals like the Bruins did with goalie prospect Jeremy Swayman, but we've also seen some high level prospect like Canadiens' Cole Caufield decide to stay in the NCAA another year. 

Now another Bruins prospect has made his decision where he'll play next year and this one is a bit of a higher touted one. 

2019 Bruins first round pick Johnny Beecher has decided whether he'll try and make the Bruins next year or not. 

Beecher has decided that like Caufield he's decided to stick around the NCAA for one more year. The big 6'3 210lb center will play another year at the University of Michigan. 

The 30th pick overall at last summer's draft, Beecher registered nine goals and seven assists in 31 games during his first season of NCAA action. 

Source: Michigan Daily