Tuesday, January 27, 2015

2015 Draft Spotlight: Brock Boeser

He helped USA capture another gold medal at the World Junior A Challenge and currently leads the Waterloo Black Hawks in scoring with 23 goals and 42 points through 32 games. If you're looking for a power forward with an offensive touch, don't look past Brock Boeser

Boeser, (pronounced Bess-er), is a Minnesota native in his first full season in the USHL. After playing 8 games with Sioux City last year, Boeser resurfaced with Waterloo this season and, despite the team's last place standing, the soon-to-be 18-year-old has impressed.

We featured Boeser during our 2015 Draft Spotlight segment on December 13th, during the World Junior A Challenge. At that time we discussed the tournament, getting the chance to represent his country, his uncertain NCAA future, his WHL option and more. 

You can hear that interview after the jump.

Photo: The Hockey News
Brock Boeser (RW)

Waterloo Black Hawks
6'1, 193 lbs  Shoots: Right
Drafted 4th overall in 2013 by Sioux City

Our exclusive interview with Brock Boeser is right here:

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