Brian Boyle

#11 C / New Jersey Devils / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-7 Weight: 244 lb Age: 32 College: Boston College

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  • Boyle provided an assist, a plus-1 rating and four shots in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Blues. Boyle's combination of size, scoring touch and versatility makes him an ideal bottom-six forward. The helper was Boyle's first point in four games with New Jersey after a leukemia diagnosis forced him to miss his new club's first 10 games.

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  • Boyle, who was making his Devils debut following a leukemia diagnosis, recorded two blocked shots over 15:19 of ice time in Wednesday's 2-0 road win over the Canucks. What an inspiring effort from Boyle, and the fearless leader was able to log a level of playing time on the higher end of his career averages. The Devils next take on the Oilers in Edmonton on Friday night.

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  • Boyle (illness) will make his season debut Wednesday against the Canucks. Boyle will likely be in and out of the lineup throughout the campaign while receiving treatment for his chronic illness, but the Devils will be happy to have him on the ice Wednesday, as the team had high hopes for the veteran forward when it signed him to a two-year, $5.1 million contract this offseason. Boyle will occupy a bottom-six role against Vancouver, centering Miles Wood and Blake Coleman on New Jersey's fourth line.

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  • Boyle (illness) will not return to the lineup for the Devils' upcoming back-to-back, but will travel with the team for its swing through Western Canada. Boyle is set to resume practicing with the team Friday, with the club's Canadian road trip set to kick off Nov. 1 against the Canucks. If the veteran can crack the lineup during that stretch -- and is activated off injured reserve -- he would likely bump Blake Coleman from the Devils' fourth line.

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  • Devils' Brian Boyle: Set to practice Friday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Boyle (illness) didn't skate Thursday due to a personal issue unrelated to his leukemia condition, but he's slated to practice Friday. Expect the Devils to give Boyle all the time he needs to feel good about playing hockey again. His strong work ethic and love for the game has been on full display as he goes through this difficult time.

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