Monday, June 14, 2010

Tyler Bozak Has Huge Rookie Season In NHL

(above) DU alum Tyler Bozak

From: The Hockey Writers

University of Denver Alum Tyler Bozak made his rookie season in the NHL a memorable one.

Bozak came into the Maple Leafs organization similar to any other young prospect, amid extraordinary hype. Despite the expectations though, his AHL performance was rather ordinary and it wasn’t until he rose to the NHL that Leafs Nation got a full glimpse of his exceptional talents.

Bozak finished first in points-per-game among all rookies this past season, and maintained an impressive 56 percent success rate in the faceoff circle. Bozak also possessed great chemistry with prolific sniper Phil Kessel, and moving into the 2010-2011 campaign he will seek to replicate his wonderful first season with the Leafs.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

He didn't assault any women.....a good year for him.

Anonymous said...

??? @ anon.....

Just what does that mean???

Strange comment...

I don't seem to recall Tyler Bozak having done anything along those lines.

Anonymous said...

He didn't. 12:16 is an idiot.

Anonymous said...

My lil sis used to date him back in the day. He would smack her around from time to time. I can't say I blame him. She had a bad attitude and liked to sas talk...

Anonymous said...

Tyler Bozak will be a great center for years to come. Hes got alot of skill just needs to bulk up.You watch!

Ryan said...

He was great. Not afraid to get his nose dirty along the boards and in the faceoff circle he was top notched.

A great number 2 center in the NHL for a while I think.

Anonymous said...

Bozo the King!!!
What you should do, DG, is just save this headline and story, as a template for future use - you're going to need it, buddy! You can just insert the names and photos as they evolve.... Marc, Rhett, Beau, Jason, Dakota..... oh the humanity. Will it ever stop? I sure as hell hope not!

Anonymous said...

I know 12:16, he's really not a bad guy despite his dilemma of deciding between calling his father "dad" or "grandpa"....

(lo and behold, my word verif. is UNDicaut)