The case for keeping Brock Boeser
Ever since Boeser arrived in Vancouver, he has been expected to do one thing: score goals. He gets a lot of praise when he is scoring and gets a lot of heat when he isn’t.
However, Boeser has evolved into more than a goal scorer despite not being a fast skater. Over the past few years, he has started to show the capabilities of a playmaker. He can make good passes and is smart with the puck.
At the age of 24, Boeser is entering his prime years and I think we haven’t seen the best of him yet. He still has a ton of potential.
Allvin spoke about Boeser during an appearance on Friday’s edition of Donnie and Dhali: The Team on CHEK TV.
“He is a really, really good player, he is a goal scorer,” said Allvin. ” We will see where it goes with his camp.”
As for Miller, he has already reached his potential and is nearing 30. Out of Boeser or Miller, the latter would be the ideal one to trade away. Miller is having a better season than Boeser and has been the Canucks best forward all season but his trade value is at its highest right now.