(Photo Credit: Russ Hons, UND sports)
On Wednesday night against the L.A. Kings, former University of North Dakota All-American and current Vancouver Canucks forward Brock Boeser had a fabulous night, scoring (3g-1a–4pts).
In the last three games, Boeser has been on fire scoring (5g-2a–7pts). In fact, if you had a chance to pick Boeser in your fantasy hockey pool and didn’t, you’re going to regret your selection. If you’re currently playing Draftkings or FanDuel, Boeser might be a good selection to consider.
If you haven’t seen the highlights from the Canucks 5-3 victory over the Kings, check out the video below. One guy keeps showing up in the highlights. Against the Kings, the Canucks went 4/6 on the man advantage.
Boeser leads the Canucks in goals with seven and is second in points (7g-7a–14pts) behind forward Elias Pettersson (4g-14a–18pts). Currently, Boeser is tied for 16th in the scoring race with J.T. Miller and Morgan Rielly.
In 152 NHL games, Boeser has scored (66g-64a–130pts), he’s also a minus-one. In parts of four seasons, Boeser has scored 21 of his 66 goals on the power play.
In two seasons with North Dakota, Boeser scored (43g-51a–94pts), he was also an impressive plus-52.