|DRAFTED:||PHX: 2008-8 overall|
|Signed as a free agent by Rauma (Finland), September 27, 2012.|
Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 7-19-26 in 48 games...Had three power-play goals and two game winners...Had a team-high 27 takeaways...Ranked second on the team among Coyotes forwards in TOI/game (18:28) and third among forwards in hits (77)...Had five multi-point games...Scored the GWG vs. COL, Apr. 6...Recorded two assists vs. DET, Apr. 4...Scored a pair of goals, including the GWG vs. LAK, Mar. 12...Recorded 0-2-2 vs. MIN, Feb. 28...Collected 1-1-2 at VAN, Feb. 26...Scored a goal vs. CGY, Feb. 18...Scored the GDG in the shootout at SJS, Feb. 9...Scored a PPG vs. DAL, Feb. 2... Had a four-game point streak (1-4-5) from Jan. 20-26.
One of six Coyotes to play in all 82 games…Recorded 108 hits…Notched a goal in a 4-1 win at MIN, Apr. 7…Recorded 1-1-2 at STL, Apr. 6…Skated a season-high 21:52 in a 3-2 win vs. COL, Mar. 22…Played in his 200th career NHL game vs. COL, Mar. 22…Scored the GWG vs. SJS, Mar. 10…Scored the GDG vs. LAK, Feb. 21…Netted a goal vs. DAL, Feb. 18…Registered two goals at COL, Dec. 29…Scored a goal vs. PHI, Dec. 3…Netted the GWG vs. DAL, Nov. 26…Scored a goal at PHI, Nov. 17…Recorded a goal and had a season-high four shots vs. MTL, Nov. 10…Scored his first goal of the season at NSH, Oct. 13…2012 Playoffs: Ranked tied for fourth on the team in playoff scoring with 4-4-8…Fourth on the team in shots (32)…Played in all five games against LAK in the WCF and scored a goal in Game 1, May 12…Registered 1-2-3 in five games of the WCSF against NSH…Scored a goal in Game 1 vs. NSH, Apr. 27…Recorded 2-2-4 in six games of the WCQF against CHI…Scored the OT GWG in Game 4 at CHI, Apr. 19…Scored the OT GWG (first career postseason goal) and had an assist in Game 3 at CHI, Apr. 17.
Appeared in 34 games for the Coyotes, recording 4-10-14…Ranked third on the team in plus/minus (plus-11)…Appeared in 36 games with San Antonio (AHL) and posted 12-22-34 and a plus-11 rating…Scored the lone PHX goal vs. SJS, Mar. 26…Notched a goal vs. CBJ, Mar. 24…Netted a goal vs. DET, Mar. 5…Had a career high four-game assist streak (0-6-6) from Feb. 22-27…Scored his first goal of the season at DAL, Feb. 9…Played in his 100th career NHL game at LAK, Jan. 20…Picked up his first point (assist) of the season at DAL, Dec. 26…2011 Playoffs: Played in all four games against DET in the WCQF, collecting one assist…Made his Stanley Cup Playoff debut in Game 1 at DET, Apr. 13.
Appeared in 14 games for the Coyotes, recording 1-2-3…Notched an assist in back-to-back games, vs. DAL, Nov. 27 and at ANA, Nov. 29…Scored his first goal of the season in win vs. NYR, Jan. 30…Also played in 64 games with San Antonio (AHL), collecting 11-27-38…Ranked fourth on the Rampage in assists and sixth in points…Notched seven multi-point games…Compiled an eight-game point streak (4-8-12) for San Antonio from Jan. 27 to Feb. 21…Tallied three assists vs. Grand Rapids, Oct. 18.
Appeared in 78 games for the Coyotes as a rookie, recording 11-17-28 and 18 PIM…Led all Coyotes rookies in goals, assists, points, games played, shots (116) and average TOI (15:32)…Ranked ninth on the team in scoring…Tied for second among all NHL rookies in GWGs (3)…Finished with four multi-point games…Scored the GWG in a 3-0 win at COL, Apr. 1…Collected two assists vs. ANA, Mar. 19…Represented the Coyotes at the 2009 YoungStars Game in Montreal during NHL All-Star weekend…Tallied the GWG and an assist in a 4-3 win at CGY, Jan. 17…Collected a goal and an assist in a 5-4 SOL vs. DET, Dec. 13…Recorded an assist in back-to-back wins over LAK (Dec. 2) and TOR (Dec. 4)…Scored two goals and logged a season-high 22:52 TOI in a win vs. FLA, Nov. 8…Picked up his first NHL assist in win vs. PIT, Oct. 30…Scored his first NHL goal in win at ANA, Oct. 12…Made his NHL debut in season-opening win vs. CBJ, Oct. 11.
Appeared in 62 games for Kitchener (OHL), recording 29-44-73 and 14 penalty minutes…Ranked second on the team in points (73), third in assists (44) and fourth in goals (29)…Ranked tied for second in the OHL with a team-leading nine game-winning goals…Ranked third in scoring among all OHL rookies…Voted Best Skater in the OHL’s Western Conference in the annual Coaches Poll…Tallied a goal and an assist in the 2008 CHL Top Prospects Game…Finished the regular season on a seven-game point streak, recording 4-9-13 in that span…Recorded a season-high five points with two goals and three assists at Oshawa, Jan. 19…Compiled a season-long nine-game point streak (5-10-15) from Jan. 19 to Feb. 12…Helped lead Kitchener to the OHL Championship by recording 9-26-35 in 20 playoff games…Tied for the OHL lead in postseason assists (26) and ranked second in the OHL in postseason points (35)…Closed out the OHL playoffs with a 10-game point streak, recording 3-16-19 from Apr. 20 - May 12…Registered 2-11-13 in the seven-game OHL Championship series against Belleville…Helped Kitchener to the Memorial Cup final by recording 2-4-6 in five games.
Spent the season with Frolunda (Sweden), playing for the club’s Under-18, junior and pro teams…Played in 39 gamed for Frolunda Jr., recording 19-30-49 and 14 PIM…Helped Frolunda win the Swedish Junior Championship by collecting 6-5-11 in eight postseason contests…Also recorded 3-2-5 in three games with Frolunda U-18…Appeared in two games with the Frolunda pro club.
Appeared in 37 games for Frolunda Jr., recording 9-8-17 and 22 PIM…Notched one assist in two playoff games…Played in five games for Frolunda U-18 and scored two goals.
2011: In six games with Denmark at the IIHF World Championship in Slovakia, Boedker netted three goals and collected one assist…Averaged 20:06 TOI/game…2009: Represented Denmark at the IIHF World Championship in Switzerland…Recorded 3-1-4 in six games to rank tied for second on the team in scoring…2008: Participated at the IIHF World Junior Championship in the Czech Republic for Denmark…Ranked second on the team in scoring with 2-4-6 in six games.
Nickname is “Bods”…If he weren’t a hockey player, he would like to work in construction…Favorites include Denzel Washington (actor); “The DaVinci Code” (book); “Gridiron Gang” (movie); Linkin Park (music group); and football (sport other than hockey)…Credits his father for having the most influence on his hockey career…Played alongside his older brother, Mads, at the 2009 IIHF World Championship and 2008 IIHF World Junior Championship for Denmark…Favorite place to visit is Copenhagen, Denmark.