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LATEST | Former Canucks identifies the precise adjustment Brock Boeser needs to make to find his groove


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Felip Gosselin
June 9, 2023  (7:46 PM)
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Brock Boeser has had quite a rough patch as of late. From injuries to personal loss, the 26-year-old has seen it all. The forward was the Canucks top pick (23rd OA) in the 2015 Draft, and he's lived up to the expectations.

Out of college, Boeser displayed elite-level numbers with 29 goals and 55 points in only 62 games over his rookie year. Boeser had been steady in his production until the last two years when he displayed his two worst points per games production ratio (2021-2022: 0.64 PPG / 2022-2023: 0.74 PPG) which is below his career average of 0.84 PPG. Boeser turned over a new tide with Rick Tocchet as the new bench boss.
The Former Canucks and now analyst, Frank Corrado, visited Sekeres and Price and pointed out was Boeser needed to adjust his game in order to gain his elite-level status back:
"Play with a little more of an engine, it would go a long way...he's gotta be in the gym...more explosive...that fast twitch...players are not loading their bodies as much."

In the early stages of his career, Boeser was explosive and dangerous, and nobody wanted him to release his wicked wrist shot. When you consider that a down year, 55 points in 74 games still represent decent numbers. Boeser still has the potential to put consistent numbers on the board, and if he gets the opportunity to compete in a full season, he may just break the 30 goal mark for the first in his career in 2023-2024
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