Brock Boeser and Da Beauty League are participating in a charity game to celebrate Hockey is for Everyone. Boeser will once again see a familiar face on the other team.
Da Beauty League is entering their playoffs and surprise, surprise Brock Boeser is leading with 30 points in seven games. Jessi Pierce from NHL.com revealed Boeser and other NHL players from the Hockey State will play a charity game in between their Da Beauty League playoff contests.
The Vancouver Canucks future star will play a friendly game against representatives from Minnesota Special Hockey, an organization that gives any players the chance to play in a fun league. Boeser played in a similar game last year, where Canucks fans learned about the friendly rivalry he has with his sister, Jessica.
Boeser went on to talk more about his sister:
"“[Jessica’s] always loved hockey, and she’s always played. I used to go to some of her games, and sometimes my parents would drag me, but it was always fun to watch her play. She loves when she gets to be in the spotlight sometimes. It’s awesome to see, and I know all those kids have a lot of fun. They’re big supporters of us, so for us to support them in front of a huge crowd, they all have a lot of fun.”"
His sister isn’t afraid to take jabs at her brother, joking that is the better hockey player. After all, Jessica did have a pair of points in last year’s game. It’s always nice to see Vancouver Canucks players use hockey as a medium to do something good.
Ever since he was drafted, Boeser’s character has been praised time and time again. Naturally, he likes to give back to where it all started and yet another reason why fans like him so much. The anticipation is mounting for an exciting follow-up season from Boeser, but it’s fantastic he can still have this much fun while training.