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FILE - At left, in a March 25, 2017, file photo, Vancouver Canucks' Brock Boeser makes his NHL debut in an NHL hockey game against the Minnesota Wild, in St. Paul, Minn. At right, in an April 9, 2016, file photo, North Dakota forward Brock Boeser (16) celebrates his shorthanded goal against Quinnipiac during the first period of an NCAA Frozen Four championship college hockey game, in Tampa, Fla. After North Dakota lost the seventh-longest game in NCAA Tournament history, Boeser traveled back to campus, told coaches and teammates he decided to turn pro and the next morning boarded a flight from Grand Forks to Minneapolis. He signed his first NHL contract, got a crash course on systems from the coaching staff and was in the Vancouver Canucks’ lineup at 1 p.m. against his hometown Minnesota Wild. (AP Photo/File)

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FILE - At left, in a March 25, 2017, file photo, Vancouver Canucks' Brock Boeser makes his NHL debut in an NHL hockey game against the Minnesota Wild, in St. Paul, Minn. At right, in an April 9, 2016, file photo, North Dakota forward Brock Boeser (16) celebrates his shorthanded goal against Quinnipiac during the first period of an NCAA Frozen Four championship college hockey game, in Tampa, Fla. After North Dakota lost the seventh-longest game in NCAA Tournament history, Boeser traveled back to campus, told coaches and teammates he decided to turn pro and the next morning boarded a flight from Grand Forks to Minneapolis. He signed his first NHL contract, got a crash course on systems from the coaching staff and was in the Vancouver Canucks’ lineup at 1 p.m. against his hometown Minnesota Wild. (AP Photo/File)

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