Vancouver Canucksstates thatBlock Bozerhas signed a three-year contract extension. The
team announced their signature on Friday, stating that the deal would pay Bozer $ 6.65 million per season.
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"We are I'm very happy that I signed a new contract for Brock, "said Patrick Allbin. "He was a very talented player and an effective goal scorer throughout his career.
" I look forward to his game progressing in the coming years.
Vancouver Canucks General Manager Patrick Allbin today agreed that the club will sign a three-year contract with right-wing Brock Boeser for $ 6.65 million per season. Was announced.
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Bosa has 46 points (23 goals) in 71 games last season , 23 assists) and exceeded 20 goals. 4th in 5 seasons.
He also tied the team lead with six game-winning goals from 2021 to 2010, ranking second among Kanax skaters with 11 power play goals, in both categories. Established the best of his new career.
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324 times Six seasons in Vancouver, a 6-foot-1 and 208-pound forward scored 256 points in a regular season match.
Born in Burnsville, Minnesota, Bozer was named 23rd overall in the first round by Vancouver in the 2015 NHL Draft.
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