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Brock Boeser reveals what moment caused his blood clotting issue


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James Connelly
May 23, 2024  (4:17 PM)
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Vancouver Canucks winger Brock Boeser
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Brock Boeser was sidelined for game seven of the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs for the Vancouver Canucks due to a blood clotting issue that stemmed from game one of the series.

Today, the Vancouver Canucks did their exit interviews after being eliminated in the second round of the playoffs by the Edmonton Oilers. Star winger Brock Boeser missed game seven of the series due to a blood clotting issue that was thankfully not life-threatening.
Boeser revealed the moment that the issue started:
Boeser says a shot block in Game 1 vs EDM led to a bruise that caused some complications and led to clotting issue

Boeser also shared how he felt the morning of game seven knowing he would not be able to help his teammates out.
"It was an emotional morning for me."

Brock Boeser speaks on his season-ending injury and not being able to play in Game 7 against the Oilers.

Before being sidelined, Boeser was among the Canucks top players in the playoffs scoring seven goals and 12 points through 12 games. He was able to finish with the team lead in goals and points despite missing that final game.
Boeser will now set his sights on completely rehabilitating before the upcoming 2024-25 season where he will look to build off the career year he just had.
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