Bo Horvat

#53 C / Vancouver Canucks / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 206 lb Age: 22 College: None

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  • Horvat scored for the second consecutive game Thursday against Vegas. Horvat has been excellent this season and is now up to eight goals and 15 points in 19 contests. The 22-year-old is meshing well with Brock Boeser on the top line and appears destined for a career season. Horvat's continued progress as a player is great for fantasy owners, as he seems to improve with every game. His four power-play tallies and consistent offensive production make him worth starting whenever the Canucks are in action.

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  • Canucks' Bo Horvat: Lights lamp in victory
    By RotoWire Staff

    Horvat netted his sixth goal of the season in Tuesday's win over the Flames. That's a three-game point streak for Horvat, who is thriving as the team's top-line center. The 22-year-old has compiled six points over this recent streak and is helping Vancouver enjoy a nice bounce-back campaign thus far. Keep him rolling, as Horvat is a stud for both the Canucks and fantasy owners.

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  • Horvat amassed four even-strength points in Saturday's 4-2 home win over the Penguins. Vancouver's ninth overall draft pick from 2013 helped set up all three goals for Brock Boeser, who scored in each period and unlocked his first career hat trick. For good measure, Horvat scored the game's final goal. He can be a bit streaky offensively, but the Canadian forward is certainly worth a look in deep leagues.

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  • Canucks' Bo Horvat: Assists Baertschi in victory
    By RotoWire Staff

    Horvat assisted on both of Sven Baertschi's first two goals of the season Sunday against Detroit. It's a good sign for Horvat fantasy owners that Baertchi is off the schneid. Horvat has been solid this season, managing three goals and five points through eight games, so look for his production to increase now that Baertschi is scoring again. The 22-year-old isn't on the power play right now, but that trend shouldn't continue much longer, as he's tallied seven power-play markers over the last two seasons and is one of Vancouver's best offensive players.

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  • Horvat potted his third goal of the season in Thursday's loss to the Bruins. Horvat had gone quiet over the last four games after netting a pair of goals in the season opener. The 22-year-old is a very capable goal scorer, but his recent lack of power-play time is a tad concerning. Horvat is currently centering the third line and has been removed from the man advantage, but it seems like this could be a temporary strategy to get the youngster going again. We wouldn't be too concerned, as Horvat looked great Thursday and should get back on track in no time.

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