TheSecretIsMe Posted December 15, 2016 Share Posted December 15, 2016 TL DR; The bad news: The operation ends Boeser’s hopes of playing in the World Junior Championship -- the grand event that showcases the best under-20 hockey players in the world. Boeser played last season and won a bronze medal. The good news: The operation is expected to get Boeser back to 100 percent and UND is planning to, next month, see the guy that racked up 60 points as a freshman and led the Fighting Hawks to the NCAA national title. “The biggest thing is making sure Brock is 100 percent healthy for the second half of the season,” Berry said. “The whole first half he was battling it. He tried to play through his wrist injury and was getting to a point where needing some rest, we thought, would be the best thing for him. It wasn’t progressing to where we wanted it to be or where he wanted it to be.http://www.grandforksherald.com/sports/und-hockey/4179938-boeser-have-surgery-wrist-will-miss-world-juniors Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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