• In 2011-12, Bozon led all Western Hockey League rookies in goals (36) and finished second in points with 71 (36-35--71) in 71 games.
• His father, Phillipe, played 144 games in the NHL for St. Louis between 1992 and 1994, becoming the first French-trained player to play in the League. He competed for France in four Olympics and was inducted into the IIHF Hall of Fame in 2008.
• Bozon plays internationally for France -- “All of my family are French, and my grandfather and father played for France’s national team. It’s why I play too”.
• He represented France at the 2011 Under-18 Division I World Championships, he recorded five points (3-2--5) in five games helping France capture bronze -- it was the first time France’s Under-18 team had captured a medal. He also represented France at the previous year’s tournament collecting an assist in five games.
• In 2009-10, Bozon played for Lugano’s junior team recording 29 points (16-13--29) in 27 games as a sixteen year old.
You forget how good [Nieuwendyk] was. You hear the points and stuff and you almost forget until they kind of walk you through his career, and that was really cool for me. I might have felt it a little more than some of the other guys because he was one of my favorites growing up, but that was very cool and I'm honored to have been a part of it. I had chills the entire ceremony.
— Calgary's Joe Colborne on the "Forever a Flame" ceremony for Joe Nieuwendyk