Boeser (back) has been cleared by doctors and is playing in a summer league in Minnesota, NHL.com reports. He will be ready to roll when training camp begins. Coming off a rookie campaign that earned him runner-up honors for the Calder Trophy, Boeser should be full-go when training camp commences. However, it's worth pointing out that the Sedin brothers, with whom he played last season, retired following 2017-18, so Boeser will be playing alongside two new linemates this season.
Boeser (back) should be ready for the start of training camp, David Satriano of NHL.com reports. He played and scored a hat trick in his first game of a summer league Wednesday. Boeser just missed out on the Calder Trophy -- awarded to the league's top rookie -- because of the injury, but he impressively totaled 55 points, including 29 goals, over 62 contests last season. Boeser should shoot up draft boards from a season ago given his breakout campaign, but it's worth noting his veteran linemates -- the Sedin brothers -- called it quits following the 2017-18 campaign.
Boeser (wrist/back) said his rehab is on schedule and he will play in Minnesota's summer league in July, Jeff Paterson of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports. Boeser was on track for training camp already, but seeing that he'll be skating at full speed even sooner is a major plus in his rehab. The Minnesota native racked up 29 goals and 55 points through 62 games and was the favorite to win the Calder Trophy -- awarded to the league's top rookie -- before being shut down due to a back injury. Fans should be eager to see what the 21-year-old can accomplish in a full NHL season.
Boeser's wrist and back injuries are expected to be completely healed in time for training camp before the 2018-19 season begins. Boeser enjoyed a strong rookie campaign, potting 29 goals and 55 points in just 62 games. He expects to be a huge piece of the puzzle for Vancouver moving forward, and this news is terrific for his team and hopeful fantasy owners. Assuming the 21-year-old stays healthy, expect him to build on his strong 2017-18 season.
Boeser (back) will receive an injection in his injured wrist which will allow him to avoid surgery, Jeff Paterson of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports. Boeser is still recovering from a back injury, which as the report points out, has prevented him from resuming workouts. There wasn't any information provided on the nature of the rookie standout's wrist injury, it was confirmed that the problem he's currently dealing with is in the same wrist that was surgically repaired while he was playing in college. Canucks fans and fantasy owners alike will be hoping that Boeser is ready to go for the 2018-19 campaign after finishing second in goals (29) and fifth in points (55) amongst rookies, despite only suiting up for 62 contests in 2017-18.
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