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53 Bo Horvat C
Height/Weight: 6-0/206 | Birthdate: 5/4/1995 | Birthplace: London, Ontario, Canada | Team: Vancouver Canucks | College: None | NHL Experience: Rookie | Owned/Started%: 13/4 | Average Draft Position: 9999
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4/20/2015

Bo Horvat, C, VAN Point Streak At Five Games For Canucks' Horvat

Bo Horvat

Point Streak At Five Games For Canucks' Horvat

News: Bo Horvat extended his point streak to five games with an assist in Sunday's Game 3 loss to the Flames.
Analysis: The 19-year-old has supplied a goal and four assists during that span. The bright lights of the postseason don't seem to be affecting Bo Horvat, who should make for solid, low-cost lineup filler in daily formats while he continues to stay involved offensively for the Canucks.

4/16/2015

Bo Horvat, C, VAN Canucks' Horvat Runs Point Streak To Three Games

Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Runs Point Streak To Three Games

News: Bo Horvat scored the Canucks' lone goal in Wednesday's Game 1 loss to the Flames.
Analysis: Bo Horvat continues to thrive in spite of his role on a non-scoring line, as he's now collected points in three consecutive games. His totals of 14 goals and 26 points over 69 contests this season (including the playoffs) are more than respectable for a bottom-six forward, but it's probably not enough to make him relevant in most postseason pools. The 19-year-old's value lies primarily in dynasty formats.

3/22/2015

Bo Horvat, C, VAN Canucks' Horvat Nabs Shortie In Win

Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Nabs Shortie In Win

News: Bo Horvat tallied the first shorthanded goal of his career -- and his 13th marker of the season -- to cap a 4-1 win over the Kings on Saturday.
Analysis: The goal came with just a second remaining when the Kings were running an empty net, but Bo Horvat shouldn't be discredited for that. The 19-year-old excelled almost immediately since arriving in Vancouver in November, forcing the Canucks to keep him around after his trial period ended rather than sending him back to the junior ranks. And it's paid dividends to this point, as Horvat has given the Canucks' fourth line a shot in the arm with 23 points in 57 games. His role will only grow from here, making him a worthy late-round sleeper selection in fantasy drafts next season.

3/8/2015

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Hits 10-Goal Mark

News: Bo Horvat hit the 10-goal mark in Saturday's win over San Jose.
Analysis: It was the first goal in six games for Bo Horvat, who has 19 points in 51 games on the season. While his fantasy value remains limited right now due to his fourth-line role, the 19-year-old is on the rise and will become a must-own fantasy asset eventually in the coming years.

2/22/2015

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Scores Ninth Goal

News: Bo Horvat scored his ninth goal of the season in Sunday's win over the Islanders.
Analysis: The good times continue to roll for Bo Horvat, who now has scored five goals in his last nine games. While he's skating on the fourth line, Horvat has still managed to record at least one point in 10 of his last 13 outings. He's going to be a fantasy stud possibly as early as next season and is even worth looking at in deep leagues right now. The 19-year-old is skating on the second power-play unit and is a great depth scorer for Vancouver.

2/17/2015

Bo Horvat, C, VAN Canucks' Horvat Runs Point Streak To Four Games

Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Runs Point Streak To Four Games

News: Bo Horvat extended his scoring streak to four games in Monday's win over the Wild, finding the net for his seventh goal of the season.
Analysis: Bo Horvat was rather quiet for his first three months in the NHL -- scoring just nine points -- but he's taken off here in February. He's tallied three goals and four assists in his last nine games, displaying the offensive abilities that have dynasty leaguers salivating. With an uptick in minutes and a placement on a scoring line next season, it wouldn't be surprising if Horvat earned universal ownership by this time in 2015-16.

2/12/2015

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Scores Again In OT Win

News: Bo Horvat potted another goal in Wednesday's overtime win over Chicago.
Analysis: The 19-year-old is making the best of his fourth-line role, contributing three goals and five points in his last seven games. His fantasy value is limited with his bottom-six role, but he's one to keep an eye on. If another player goes down with injury and Bo Horvat sees increased ice time, he could be worth looking at in deeper formats. The talent is there and Horvat is doing a tremendous job in his first NHL season. You better Bolieve.

2/7/2015

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Scores Fifth Goal

News: Bo Horvat netted his fifth goal of the season in Saturday's win over Pittsburgh.
Analysis: While he likely won't become a household fantasy name for a few more years, Bo Horvat's recent fourth-line contributions aren't going unnoticed. The 19-year-old has recorded three goals and five points in his last eight games, putting him on track for 20 points in his first NHL campaign. The play of the Canucks' bottom-six will go a long way in determining if the team makes the postseason and Horvat is a key piece.

2/3/2015

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Contributing On Offense

News: Bo Horvat collected an assist in Sunday's loss to Minnesota.
Analysis: With two goals and three points in his last five games, the 19-year-old now has 10 points in 34 games in his first NHL season. While he's currently centering the fourth line, Bo Horvat is starting to show he can be valuable in some very deep leagues. Although he's barely averaging a shot per game, Horvat is showing the NHL why the Canucks drafted him ninth overall in 2013. It will be a few years before he becomes relevant in most leagues, but for now, Horvat could be worth looking at if you're in a wickedly deep league.

1/19/2015

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Scores In Win

News: Bo Horvat bagged a goal in Monday's 2-1 win over the Panthers.
Analysis: Bo Horvat entered the contest without a point in seven straight, and has just eight total (three goals) on the season. The 19-year-old should turn into a more productive offensive threat later in his career, but at this point he won't help out most fantasy owners.

12/31/2014

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Bo Horvat

Horvat Scores For Canucks

News: Bo Horvat opened the scoring Tuesday against San Jose with his second goal of the season.
Analysis: It's just the seventh point in 22 games for Bo Horvat, who hasn't been able to escape the bottom-six forward ranks despite the Canucks' choice to keep him around rather than returning him to juniors. He's taken just 17 shots on goal at the NHL level this year, so the 19-year-old can't be counted on as a fantasy producer even in deep formats at this time. Of course, his keeper value remains high.

11/26/2014

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Bo Horvat

Horvat To Stick With Canucks

News: Bo Horvat will remain with the Canucks rather than return to his junior team after his nine-game trial ends.
Analysis: Recalled by the Canucks earlier in November after missing the season's first month while recovering from a shoulder injury, Bo Horvat needed to impress out of the gate to warrant staying in Vancouver, and he was able to do just that. He's been especially superb over the Canucks' last two games, potting his first NHL goal on Nov. 20 and gathering three assists in Sunday's victory Sunday night. The 19-year-old could notice increased ice time after the three-assist performance, so it's certainly worthwhile to track him the next few games and possibly pick him up if he continues to thrive.

11/24/2014

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Dishes Out Trio Of Assists

News: Bo Horvat dished out the first three assists of his NHL career in Sunday's win over Chicago.
Analysis: With a goal and four points in his last two games, the 19-year-old Bo Horvat has likely played his last game in the OHL. Skating on a line with Jannik Hansen, Horvat was fantastic Sunday, going 13-for-16 on faceoffs and logging 14:27 of ice time. While he won't make a huge fantasy impact if he sticks with the Canucks this season, he's one to watch in the future.

11/21/2014

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Pots First Career Goal

News: Bo Horvat scored the first goal of his NHL career in Thursday's shootout loss to Anaheim.
Analysis: It was also his first career point. Bo Horvat skated just 9:50 in the game, scoring the goal on his only shot, and has exceeded 10 minutes of ice time just once in his seven NHL contests thus far, so it's not surprising that he hasn't produced much offense yet. The No. 9 pick in the 2013 draft, Horvat put up zero points in five games with AHL Utica this year and zero in his first six with Vancouver, suggesting that his development has a ways to go yet. Despite Thursday's goal, it seems like he'd be better served playing big minutes at the AHL level than serving fourth-line time for the Canucks.

11/5/2014

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Logs 8:52 In NHL Debut

News: Bo Horvat logged 8:52 of ice time and was a plus-1 in his NHL debut Tuesday against the Avalanche.
Analysis: Although he was held off the scoresheet, Bo Horvat looked solid in the win, registering one shot on goal. The two-way center is a few years away from becoming an impact fantasy player, but as long as he continues to improve, he could stick with the Canucks this season. Horvat, who was selected by Vancouver with the ninth overall pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, is currently centering the Canucks' fourth line. There is lots of pressure on him to perform, but at only 19 years of age, Horvat isn't likely to start producing right away. Patience is a virtue with this kid.

11/2/2014

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Recalled From AHL

News: Bo Horvat has been recalled from the AHL, the Canucks' official site reports.
Analysis: After spending the beginning of the NHL season in the AHL, the Canucks feel that Bo Horvat is ready for the big time. Despite this promotion, Horvat would need to see some injuries to teammates to have significant fantasy value at this point.

10/19/2014

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Sent To AHL For Conditioning

News: Bo Horvat (shoulder) was sent to AHL Utica on a conditioning assignment, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: This could be an indication that the Canucks want to keep Bo Horvat on the NHL roster rather than sending him back to the juniors. The 19-year-old center had a very good year last season, scoring 30 goals and 44 assists in just 54 games played.

10/16/2014

Bo Horvat, C, VAN

Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat (Shoulder) Practices Wednesday

News: Bo Horvat (shoulder) was a full participant in the Canucks' practice for the first time since October 2, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Bo Horvat was expected to be three or four days away from returning to practice, but was ahead of schedule and returned Wednesday. He will likely be sent back to his junior team once he's fully healthy.

10/14/2014

Bo Horvat, C, VAN

Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Still Days Away From Practicing

News: Bo Horvat (shoulder) skated on his own Tuesday, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: The Canucks said that Bo Horvat is about three or four days away from participating in full practice. Horvat was in contention for a roster spot with the Canucks in training camp before suffering the injury, but it now seems likely he'll return to his junior team once he's deemed fully healthy.

10/3/2014

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat's Shoulder Injury Not Serious

News: Coach Willie Desjardins said that Bo Horvat's shoulder injury is not as serious as he initially thought, and that there are no breaks.
Analysis: While it may be a stretch to think that Bo Horvat will suit up for the Canucks' final preseason game on Saturday, the center will likely be ready for the team's regular season opener on October 8 if he manages to make Vancouver's roster.

10/3/2014

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Leaves Preseason Game With Injury

News: Bo Horvat suffered an upper-body injury in the first period of Thursday's preseason win over Edmonton and didn't return, Sportsnet's Dan Murphy reports.
Analysis: Bo Horvat is sore and will be checked out Friday, said coach Willie Desjardins. The injury isn't expected to be serious, but one can never be sure. Horvat has looked good in preseason, but hasn't necessarily stood out as some may have expected. The two-way forward stands a decent chance of making the Canucks' roster in 2014-15.

9/24/2014

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Bo Horvat

Canucks' Horvat Lights Lamp In Preseason Debut

News: Bo Horvat netted the game-winning goal in Tuesday's preseason win over San Jose.
Analysis: It was a big goal for Bo Horvat, who failed to make much of an offensive impact at the 2014 Young Stars tournament in Penticton. Horvat scored his goal on Tuesday by jumping on a rebound and burying the puck over the outstretched leg of Sharks' goalie Alex Stalock. Horvat's strong two-way game makes him an ideal candidate to play with the big boys this season. He will need to continue to impress in preseason if he hopes to stick with the Canucks in 2014-2015.