Bo Horvat

#53 C / Vancouver Canucks / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 206 lb Age: 20 College: None

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      Canucks' Bo Horvat: Grabs assist in loss

      Horvat picked up an assist in Thursday's loss to the Senators. Horvat is now up to two goals and six points in 17 games on the season. He's picked up two assists in his last three outings, but has scored just one goal in his last 15 games. A positive sign is that Horvat has fired six shots on goal in his last two games, so if he keeps putting pucks on net, one is bound to go in. The second-liner is still only 20-years-old and is experience the typical growing pains young players experience in their sophomore campaigns.

    • Finishes preseason on high note

      News: Bo Horvat notched a goal in 14:40 of ice time in Sunday's preseason finale win over the Oilers.
      Analysis: An outstanding preseason for Bo Horvat, who finishes with four goals, a plus-4 rating and 14 shots on goal -- all team highs. The 20-year-old is coming off a terrific 13-goal rookie campaign and is primed to take on a bigger role in 2015-16. Horvat is a fantasy stud in-the-making and should be monitored closely this season.
    • Scores twice in preseason win

      News: Bo Horvat netted a pair of goals and added an assist in Thursday's preseason win over the Oilers.
      Analysis: That's back-to-back strong outings for Bo Horvat, who skated on a dynamite line also featuring Jake Virtanen and Sven Baertschi. Horvat, who was a plus-3 Thursday, is having a very strong preseason, racking up three goals, one assist and a team-high 12 shots on goal in four games thus far. The 19-year-old is coming off a 13-goal rookie campaign and could inch his way into the second-line center position at some point this season. The former 30-goal-scorer in the OHL has a very bright future and should be monitored heavily in fantasy this season. If he sticks in the Canucks' top six and on the power play, the youngster has all the tools to be an impact fantasy player in any format.
    • Point Streak At Five Games For Canucks' Horvat

      News: Bo Horvat extended his point streak to five games with an assist in Sunday's Game 3 loss to the Flames.
      Analysis: The 19-year-old has supplied a goal and four assists during that span. The bright lights of the postseason don't seem to be affecting Bo Horvat, who should make for solid, low-cost lineup filler in daily formats while he continues to stay involved offensively for the Canucks.
    • Canucks' Horvat Runs Point Streak To Three Games

      News: Bo Horvat scored the Canucks' lone goal in Wednesday's Game 1 loss to the Flames.
      Analysis: Bo Horvat continues to thrive in spite of his role on a non-scoring line, as he's now collected points in three consecutive games. His totals of 14 goals and 26 points over 69 contests this season (including the playoffs) are more than respectable for a bottom-six forward, but it's probably not enough to make him relevant in most postseason pools. The 19-year-old's value lies primarily in dynasty formats.
    • Canucks' Horvat Nabs Shortie In Win

      News: Bo Horvat tallied the first shorthanded goal of his career -- and his 13th marker of the season -- to cap a 4-1 win over the Kings on Saturday.
      Analysis: The goal came with just a second remaining when the Kings were running an empty net, but Bo Horvat shouldn't be discredited for that. The 19-year-old excelled almost immediately since arriving in Vancouver in November, forcing the Canucks to keep him around after his trial period ended rather than sending him back to the junior ranks. And it's paid dividends to this point, as Horvat has given the Canucks' fourth line a shot in the arm with 23 points in 57 games. His role will only grow from here, making him a worthy late-round sleeper selection in fantasy drafts next season.
    • Canucks' Horvat Hits 10-Goal Mark

      News: Bo Horvat hit the 10-goal mark in Saturday's win over San Jose.
      Analysis: It was the first goal in six games for Bo Horvat, who has 19 points in 51 games on the season. While his fantasy value remains limited right now due to his fourth-line role, the 19-year-old is on the rise and will become a must-own fantasy asset eventually in the coming years.
    • Canucks' Horvat Scores Ninth Goal

      News: Bo Horvat scored his ninth goal of the season in Sunday's win over the Islanders.
      Analysis: The good times continue to roll for Bo Horvat, who now has scored five goals in his last nine games. While he's skating on the fourth line, Horvat has still managed to record at least one point in 10 of his last 13 outings. He's going to be a fantasy stud possibly as early as next season and is even worth looking at in deep leagues right now. The 19-year-old is skating on the second power-play unit and is a great depth scorer for Vancouver.
    • Canucks' Horvat Runs Point Streak To Four Games

      News: Bo Horvat extended his scoring streak to four games in Monday's win over the Wild, finding the net for his seventh goal of the season.
      Analysis: Bo Horvat was rather quiet for his first three months in the NHL -- scoring just nine points -- but he's taken off here in February. He's tallied three goals and four assists in his last nine games, displaying the offensive abilities that have dynasty leaguers salivating. With an uptick in minutes and a placement on a scoring line next season, it wouldn't be surprising if Horvat earned universal ownership by this time in 2015-16.
    • Canucks' Horvat Scores Again In OT Win

      News: Bo Horvat potted another goal in Wednesday's overtime win over Chicago.
      Analysis: The 19-year-old is making the best of his fourth-line role, contributing three goals and five points in his last seven games. His fantasy value is limited with his bottom-six role, but he's one to keep an eye on. If another player goes down with injury and Bo Horvat sees increased ice time, he could be worth looking at in deeper formats. The talent is there and Horvat is doing a tremendous job in his first NHL season. You better Bolieve.
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