UMD Recruits - Brett Boehm

Brett Boehm was born on September 9th, 1994 in Martensville, Saskatchewan and is the University of Minnesota Duluth’s only recruit from Canada, as of now.   Brett is a 6’1” 160lb forward currently skating in the SJHL for the Flin Flon Bombers.

Brett has been putting up big numbers for the last few years, starting with Beardy’s Blackhawks in the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League.  In the ’10-11’ season, Brett posted 18 goals and 19 assists for 37 points in 48 games.  Not to bad being his first year with the Blackhawks.  The following year he stayed with team, almost doubling his stats with 41 goals and 47 assists for 88 total points in 47 games.   Boehm was able to finish off his SMHL career with 125 points, 59 of those points being goals, in only 2 seasons.

After his success in the SMHL, Brett then moved to the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League to play for the Flin Flon Bombers.   Although he’s only played in 6 games this season with the team, Brett has recorded 6 goals and 3 assists in the short amount of time.

It’s pretty evident Brett doesn’t have any trouble finding the net in one way or another.  And at 6’1” he’s building his way into being a strong, powerhouse forward, and one that UMD can really benefit from.  Look for Brett to join the Dogs in 2014 and make a big impact from his freshman year on.  Bulldog Country is very excited for Brett to pull on the UMD sweater and wishes him the best of luck until that day comes.