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Sport Chek Prospect Profile: Brock Boeser

by Craig Medaglia / Ottawa Senators


  • Position: Right Wing
  • Date of birth: 2/25/1997
  • Shoots: Right
  • Height: 6'0
  • Weight: 191 lbs
  • 2014-15 team: Waterloo (USHL)

Scouting Report

A strong skating forward who is very effective at getting to open space. He possesses a hard, accurate shot and has the ability to create opportunities off the rush. - NHL Central Scouting’s David Gregory


  • In 2014-15, Boeser paced the United States Hockey League with 35 goals (tied) and ranked third with 68 points.
  • Boeser played two seasons of high school hockey with the Burnsville Blaze, totaling 75 points (33-42—75) in 40 games. His cousin, Dan Boeser, was an assistant coach with the team and now serves as head coach of the Chicago Steel in the USHL.
  • Boeser recalls winning gold with the U.S. at the 2014 World Jr. A Challenge as his most memorable hockey moment. He collected five points (4-1—5) in four games to tie for second in team scoring behind Thomas Novak (No. 28 NA Skater) – his Waterloo teammate.
  • He captained the U.S. to a bronze medal at the 2014 Ivan Hlinka Memorial, where he tied for first in goals (6) and second in points (6-2—8). The victory was bittersweet, though, as during the tournament he received news of a car accident that killed his friend, Ty Alyea, and left three others injured including high school linemate Cole Borchardt.
  • Boeser says his father, Duane, has had the most influence on his hockey career: “He was in a major car accident and has Parkinson’s disease. I play to make my dad proud.”
  • He has committed to the University of North Dakota for the fall of 2015.

Brock Boeser commits to University of North Dakota

I'm happy with the No. 27 ranking [by NHL Central Scouting] but not satisfied with it. I'm excited for the draft but not worrying about it now. I'm focusing on the rest of the year [in Waterloo] and finishing high school. - Brock Boeser

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