Boeser was given a qualifying offer by the Canucks on Tuesday.
The odds of Boeser signing his qualifying offer, a one-year, two-way deal worth $874,125, are probably about the same as the Sedin twins coming out of retirement. The winger has dealt with a couple of injuries in his young career, but still has put up back-to-back 50-plus point campaigns. The 21-year-old could be looking at a potential bridge deal in the neighborhood of 3-4 years, though perhaps Vancouver wants to use up some of its $17.7 million cap space to lock Boeser down long term.
Boeser will not play for Team USA at the 2019 IIHF World Championship.
Boeser dealt with some injuries again this season, limiting him to 69 games. He wasn't as dynamic this time around, recording 26 goals and 56 points, compared to his rookie campaign of 29 goals and 55 points, in seven fewer appearances. He'll take the offseason to fully recover and prepare for 2019-20, when he will look to take the next step in his development.
Boeser registered an assist and three shots in Saturday's 3-2 shootout win over the Stars.
Boeser has 12 points in 14 March games, only failing to put his name on the scoresheet three times in the month. The consistent production gives him 55 points in 66 games, matching his output from last season. With up to three more chances to set a new personal best, it's likely Boeser will do so in the final week of the season.
Boeser netted his 26th goal of the season on four shots in Thursday's 3-2 shootout win over the Kings.
After going two games without a point, Boeser put himself back in the goal column with a go-ahead tally in the second period. Boeser is at 54 points in 65 games this year, as well as a career-high 195 shots. He only needs one point to match his personal best from last season, with up to four more chances to get there.
Boeser scored a power-play goal on four shots in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Flames.
Boeser has 10 points over a nine-game point streak, scoring four goals and adding six helpers. He's hit 25 goals for the second straight season, giving him 53 points in 62 games. Fourteen of his points have come with the man advantage, including three tallies and one apple during the streak.
Boeser netted a power-play goal on two shots in Wednesday's 7-4 win over the Senators.
The goal extends Boeser's point streak to eight games, during which he has three goals and six assists. The winger has 24 goals and 52 points in 61 games this season, along with 184 shots. Fantasy owners likely appreciate Boeser's lengthy streak coming in the midst of the playoffs for many full-season formats.
Boeser generated an assist in Monday's 3-2 overtime win over the Blackhawks.
With the helper, Boeser's point streak reached seven games. He added three shots and two PIM in the contest. Boeser is now just four points shy of the 55 he posted in his rookie campaign last year, which was cut short by a back injury. Assuming he stays healthy, he should best that mark easily.
Boeser earned an even-strength assist and had four shots in Sunday's 3-2 win against Dallas.
Boeser has been rolling lately, enjoying a six-game point streak, and has seven points in that span. The 22-year-old has been a solid fantasy asset this campaign, racking up 50 points in 57 games. With 3:48 of average power-play ice time, it's safe to assume Boeser will keep providing points for the rest of the season.
Boeser collected a power-play assist in Friday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Devils.
Boeser has two goals and four helpers over a five-game point streak, which has brought him to 49 points in 58 games this season. He averages over three shots per game, and he's shooting 13.1 percent this year, which isn't unreasonable given his 2015 first-round-pick status. The winger will look to keep the streak rolling against the defensively stout Stars (2.46 goals against per game this season).
Boeser scored his 22nd goal of the season on seven shots in Saturday's 6-2 loss to the Golden Knights.
Boeser added two PIM in the contest, and was one of few Canucks to challenge Vegas goalie Marc-Andre Fleury in the game. He has 47 points in 56 games this season, as well as 172 shots on goal, and Boeser's a good bet to top the 55 points he produced last season if he remains healthy down the stretch.
Boeser dished out two helpers in Thursday's 3-2 loss to Edmonton.
Boeser came in having gone 17 games without a multi-point performance, but that streak is no more. With 46 points (21 goals) in 55 games played, Boeser's lagging slightly behind last season's pace, when he was arguably the Calder Trophy favorite with 55 points (29 goals) in 62 games before suffering a season-ending injury.
Boeser registered an assist in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Maple Leafs.
While Boeser has now had 17 straight appearances with no more than a single point in a given contest, his apple from Wednesday was rather clutch, with the phenom ending up as the primary distributor on Alex Edler's game-winning tally in overtime. Boeser's quietly amassed 21 goals and 23 assists -- including 10 power-play points -- over 54 games, but the rapid emergence of Calder Trophy favorite Elias Pettersson in Vancouver has taken the spotlight off of him to a noticeable degree.
Bowser failed to score for the seventh game in a row Sunday against Vegas, and was skating on the Canucks' fourth line in the third period, The Vancouver Province reports.
After being a minus-4 Friday against Arizona, Boeser was a minus-2 again Sunday, with just two shots on goal. Moreover, he played just 15:08 in the game, despite averaging over 19 minutes per game this season.
Boeser finished with a minus-4 rating and failed to record a point in Thursday's 5-2 loss to Arizona.
Boeser has tallied five goals and four assists in 14 games this month, but Thursday night's loss was not one of his finer efforts, considering the forward was on the ice for four goals against. By failing to find the scoresheet in the loss, Boeser season point total remains at 43 through 52 games.
Boeser scored his 21st goal of the season in Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Sharks.
Boeser now has goals in consecutive games for the second time in February. He also fired five shots on goal in the contest. In his second full season, Boeser has 40 points in 47 games, giving him a chance to best his mark of 55 points from last season. With the goal, Boeser has 100 points in 118 games played at the NHL level.
Boeser recorded an assist in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to Chicago.
Boeser picked up the primary assist on Alex Biega's first goal of the season. For Boeser, he is now up to 37 points in 42 games but recently saw his five-game point streak snapped. He finished Thursday's loss with a team-high seven shots on goal.
Boeser picked up another goal in Monday's loss to the Flyers.
Boeser took advantage of an unsuccessful clearing attempt by Carter Hart, depositing the puck into the wide-open cage. Boeser also had two PIM and seven shots on target in 23:47 of ice time. This gives him goals in back-to-back games, and seven points in his past five contests. He's up to 36 points in 40 games on the campaign.
Boeser collected an assist in Wednesday's loss to the Hurricanes.
Boeser heads into the All-Star break with five points in his past three outings. He had just a single point in the prior five contests, but appears to have climbed out of the rut. Boeser has 34 points in 38 games, which would put him on pace for 73 points had he not missed 13 games due to injury.
Boeser scored a goal and tallied an assist with three shots on net in a 4-3 victory over the Sabres on Friday.
The 21-year-old snapped a goalless streak with an empty-netter Sunday night, and maybe that's just what he needed, as Boeser found the back of the net again Friday. He's missed time this season, but Boeser still has 16 goals and 31 points in 36 games, including four goals and just as many assists over the last 10.
Boeser scored his 15th goal of the season in a 5-1 win over the Panthers on Sunday.
Boeser's goal, the empty-net nature of it notwithstanding, ends the winger's three-game skid. He's up to 29 points in 34 games, with the forward averaging 0.85 points per game in 2018-19. Up next are the Oilers on Wednesday, and Boeser has excelled against Edmonton this season, posting four points in two games.
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