Boeser produced an assist and two shots on goal in Thursday's 1-0 overtime win over the Hurricanes.
Boeser found Elias Pettersson for the tally just 40 seconds into the extra frame. Boeser has a goal and four assists over his last five games. The 22-year-old winger is up to 29 points in 32 contests this season, with 13 of his points coming with a man advantage. If he can stay healthy, it's likely he will top the 60-point threshold for the first time in his career.
Boeser picked up two assists, one on J.T. Miller's power-play game-winner, in Saturday's 6-5 overtime victory over the Sabres.
The 22-year-old now has a modest three-game point streak to begin December. Boeser is steaming towards a breakout campaign with 11 goals and 28 points through 30 games, including five goals and 13 points with the man advantage.
Boeser managed a power-play assist and two PIM in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Senators.
Boeser set up Elias Pettersson for the tally at 13:58 of the first period. Boeser now has points in three of his last four games. The winger is up to 26 points (12 on the power play) and 87 shots on goal in 29 outings.
Boeser scored a goal on four shots in Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Oilers.
Boeser's goal scoring had dried up recently, with no markers since Nov. 21. The winger got back to lighting the lamp in Sunday's game and now has 11 goals and 25 points through 28 games. Despite having just two points in his last five games, Boeser is typically one of the more consistent point producers in the league.
Boeser scored a power-play goal on four shots and also picked up an assist in Thursday's 6-3 win over Nashville.
Boeser's goal late in the second period, his 10th of the season, was the eventual game-winner. The 22-year-old got off to a bit of a slow start to the month but has now found the net in two of his last three games and in three of his last six. Injuries have prevented Boeser from playing a full NHL season to this point in his young career, but he's on pace for an 80-point season if he can stay healthy.
Boeser scored the game-tying goal and had five shots in Saturday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Avalanche.
Boeser struck with a minute remaining in the third period to tie the game at four. It was the Canucks' second goal with Thatcher Demko pulled for an extra attacker. Boeser has 20 points (nine goals, 11 assists) and 61 shots on goal in 21 outings this season.
Boeser posted an assisted, two PIM and two hits in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Predators.
Boeser is up to points in three straight games after setting up Elias Pettersson's second tally of the contest. Boeser has 19 points (eight goals, 11 helpers) in as many games this year. He's fired 53 shots on goal and picked up 10 PIM to provide a solid boost in non-scoring categories, as well.
Boeser's fourth power-play goal of the season was not enough in a 2-1 loss to the Devils on Sunday.
Eight of 18 points this season have come with the man advantage, as Boeser has been lethal on special teams in 2019-20. If he keeps up his current pace of production, the 22-year-old will have a new career-high by season's end.
Boeser registered his 10th assist of the season in Friday's 4-1 loss to the Jets.
Boeser began a passing sequence that ended with J.T. Miller's goal in the second period. Boeser also had three shots and three hits in Friday's game. The 22-year-old is up to 17 points in as many contests, while adding 50 shots on goal.
Boeser recorded two assists in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Sharks.
Both of Boeser's helpers came on goals by Elias Pettersson, one of which was of the power-play variety. The 22-year-old winger is up to 16 points (seven tallies, nine apples) through 14 games this season. Seven of Boeser's points have come with a man advantage as well.
Boeser scored three times on seven shots and added a helper in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Kings.
Two of his three goals and the assist came on the power play. Boeser has been studly with seven points in his last three games, giving the winger 14 points through 12 appearances overall. He now has six points on the man advantage as well.
Boeser scored the last goal of a 7-2 win over the Panthers on Monday.
The winger was the last Canucks forward to get a point in the contest. Boeser also went plus-3 with two shots on goal. The 22-year-old has 10 points and 31 shots through 11 games this year. He should continue to be a consistent scoring threat as he looks for his first 60-point campaign.
Boeser scored a power-play goal and added an assist in Friday's 6-5 shootout loss to the Capitals.
Boeser's first-period goal answered an early Evgent Kuznetsov strike. The winger then supplied an assist on Elias Pettersson's marker in the second period. The Minnesota native has nine points and 29 shots on goal in 10 games this year, well on his way to reaching the 55-point mark for the third straight campaign.
Boeser had three assists and two shots on goal in Tuesday's 5-1 win over the Red Wings.
Boeser figured in on all three Vancouver goals in the second period, including two on the power play, setting up Alexander Edler, Elias Pettersson and J.T. Miller. Boeser is off to a fine start with six points in five games, but with only one goal so far. The young sniper has managed more than three shots on goal in just one game this year, but he should find his goal-scoring groove before long.
Boeser scored a goal on three shots in Saturday's 3-2 shootout win over the Flyers.
Boeser suffered a concussion in training camp, but he's been solid with three points in four games to start the year. The talented winger has 12 shots on goal. Boeser has topped 25 goals in both of his full NHL campaigns, but injuries have prevented him from skating in more than 69 games in a season so far.
Boeser (concussion) will play in Wednesday's season-opener versus the Oilers.
Boeser suffered this concussion less than a week ago, and he progressed through the league's protocol quickly. The 22-year-old will look to build off of his first two full seasons in the league where he generated 55 goals and and 111 points over 131 games. Boeser will flank Elias Pettersson on the Canucks' top line, and the duo is on track to man the top power-play unit, as well.
Boeser (concussion) skated with a non-contact jersey Saturday.
Boeser suffered this concussion Tuesday, so he's clearly progressing well through the league's protocol. He'll have to fully clear it by Wednesday's season opener versus the Oilers. Once Boeser is healthy, he'll man the top line and power play alongside Elias Pettersson.
Boeser entered the concussion protocol after being hit from behind against Ottawa on Monday.
At this point, the team figures to take a cautious approach with Boeser and will almost certainly keep him out of the final two preseason games, instead focusing on being ready for Opening Night versus Edmonton on Oct. 2. The winger racked up 50-plus points in back-to-back seasons, but has also never reached the 70-game mark due to injuries. If the winger does miss any time, Tanner Pearson or J.T. Miller will likely get a crack at first-line minutes.
Boeser signed a three-year contract worth $5.875 million annually with the Canucks on Monday.
Boeser had been missing from training camp while he settled his contract negotiations with the team so he should be ready to go now with the new deal. The 22-year-old notched 26 goals and 56 points in 69 games last season. Should he stay healthy, Boeser has a good shot at reaching the 60-point mark for the first time in his career.
Boeser will not be in attendance as Vancouver kicks off training camp Thursday due to his contract dispute. General manager Jim Benning told reporters, "I'll talk to his agent again today and see if we can figure this out. It's important that he comes to camp."
Boeser has put up back-to-back 50-plus point campaigns and has steadily seen his ice tiem climb over the past three years. Barring a protracted absence, the winger should be capable of reaching that threshold again in 2019-20, especially playing alongside Calder Trophy winner Elias Pettersson on the Canucks top line.
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