Brock Boeser Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 208 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/25/1997 (25)
Brock Boeser Last 10 Games
Brock Boeser News
Vancouver Canucks forward Brock Boeser hasn't played in the last two games due to an illness. As a result, he is a game-time decision. Boeser is having a tough season. The Minnesota native has been dealing with trade speculations throughout most of the season. He's scored just four goals while adding 12 assists in 22 contests. For Vancouver, Boeser has 48 shots on goal, and as of right now, he is not a hot commodity in fantasy hockey.
Vancouver Canucks forwards Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser are feeling under the weather and might have to sit out Saturday's clash with the Jets. They are game-time decisions for the matchup. Boeser has already missed one game with the illness, while Pettersson has caught the bug relatively freshly. Andrei Kuzmenko and Ilya Mikheyev joined J.T. Miller at the morning skate in Pettersson's absence and Bo Horvat is set to ride with Curtis Lazar and Conor Garland Saturday. Meanwhile, Lane Pederson will be getting his team debut on the third line after impressing in the AHL with 17 goals and 24 points in 18 contests.
Vancouver Canucks right wing Brock Boeser will sit out Saturday's matchup against Arizona as a healthy scratch. He exits the lineup following a very sudden loss of form, as Boeser has gone three games without a single point after riding a nine-game scoring streak. Offensively, Boeser has done well this season, notching 14 points in 18 games, but he carries an ugly minus-14 rating and that's probably one of the biggest reasons why Canucks head coach Bruce Boudreau is yanking the 25-year-old winger out of the lineup. He will be replaced on the third line by Dakota Joshua.
Vancouver Canucks right wing Brock Boeser scored a power-play goal in Saturday's 5-1 triumph over the Golden Knights, matching his career high scoring streak with a nine-game run. He has yet to finish pointless since returning from injury a few weeks back. The 25-year-old sniper had a really disappointing start to the campaign, but his recent scoring surge has put him near a point-per-game pace. With 15 games played, Boeser has been able to notch 14 points. He will be after his new record Sunday in a favorable matchup against the Sharks, who allow 3.57 goals per game.