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Employs a power game highlighted by intelligence and creativity. Owns a heavy and accurate release. A versatile, two-way winger.


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April 2021- The newly signed winger looks to be fitting quite nicely in Iowa and currently has put up 3 points in his first two games of pro hockey. He’s already demonstrated his excellent vision and playmaking ability that makes him such a dangerous player on the ice and Looks to be smoother on the ice. During the NCAA Season, the 6’2 winger sits 14th in Points league-wide with 31 points in 22 games and boasts an impressive 1.41 PPG as a sophomore which puts him fifth league-wide behind guys such as Hobey Baker winner Cole Caufield and more this year. Boldy does however need to put on a few more pounds and become more physical as he relies on his stick way too much which leaves him vulnerable in certain situations. Overall, Boldy has shown great strides since when he was drafted back in 2019 and is probably going to get a look in the NHL before the end of the season. Rayan Tubeec

February 2021 – Boldy is back at Boston College and has picked up where he left off with his hot streak at the end of last season, currently humming at over a point per game. Any concerns with his outlook after his slow initial NCAA start last year are irrelevant now and Boldy is positioning himself well to jump into the NHL for the 2021-22 season. Sam Happi

March 2020 — Boldy found his game late in the year and bounced back to a very respectable 26 points in 34 games over the shortened season. He was outstanding in the month of February, recording 16 points in nine games and registering three points in a game four separate times. He was mired in poor shooting puck for the majority of the season but showed that he belongs fully in the NCAA with his late explosion. He is expected to return to Boston College for the 2020-2021 season where he will look to find that consistency over the full schedule. Sam Happi

February 2020 — Boldy has continued to struggle to find the scoresheet for Boston College as his poor shooting luck has dragged on. His shot generation is up from November, now sitting comfortably over three shots per game, but his shooting percentage has dropped even lower to 2%. Oliver Wahlstom remains a very strong comparable for Boldy’s freshman college season thus far: they have very similar rates of shot generation, and if we normalize for shooting percentage (Wahlstrom had poor shooting luck too, but not to the extent of Boldy so far), they have nearly identical rates of point production. Wahlstrom is in the midst of a decent bounce-back season as an AHL rookie and has gotten into 9 NHL games with the Islanders, and Boldy should enjoy a similar resurgence once his luck finally turns.

Wahlstrom ultimately decided that the NCAA route wasn’t for him, and left Boston College before the conclusion of his freshman year. Boldy isn’t expected to follow those footsteps; he’s more likely to stick it out for a sophomore year than not. If he does opt for a fresh start, joining the AHL’s Iowa Wild could be an option, but it’s unlikely that he’s ready for that level of play at this point in his career. The Halifax Mooseheads own his CHL rights and they’re always one of the more attractive options as far as CHL teams go. We saw Jonathan Gruden, a former teammate of Wahlstrom with the USNTDP, jump to the CHL’s London Knights after struggling last year as a college freshman. Could Boldy follow that path? It’s not overly likely, but it’s a possibility as well. Sam Happi

November 2019 — Boldy is off to a tough start to his college career with Boston College, having managed just one point through his first 11 NCAA games. His struggles seem to be a result of poor puck luck more than anything else: his shot generation– 2.73 shots per game– isn’t as abnormally low as his production, but his shooting percentage is only 3%. BC hasn’t exactly been a friendly environment for top prospects over the past couple years– we saw Oliver Wahlstrom struggle to recapture his NTDP magic with the program last season (he’s now enjoying a solid bounceback season with the AHL’s Bridgeport Sound Tigers). A significant uptick in production should be expected as his luck begins to turn. Sam Happi


June 2019 – Boldy has been drafted 12th overall by the Wild.  Jokke Nevalainen


June 2019 – Boldy was officially measured at 6-foot-2 and 196 pounds at the NHL Draft Combine.  Jokke Nevalainen


February 2019 – Silky, silky, silky. Boldy loves to use his teammates and takes pride in his soft touch and exceptional vision. He’s been making a big impact with the U18s while adding some additional speed and strength. His stride can still be cleaned up to generate even greater acceleration. Boldy has saved his best work for NCAA and international competition. The Boston College commit for 2019-20 is a projected top-10 selection this June and boasts a very high upside. Cam Robinson

Fantasy Upside 8.3
NHL Certainty 8.2
Country USA
Position LW
Roster Type Junior
Shoot/Glove Left
Date of Birth April 5, 2001
Height 6‘2”
Weight 196 lbs
Drafted 2019 Round 1; Overall: 12


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2010-2011 Boston Jr. Bruins Brick Invitational6 3 25 2|        
 2013-2014 Long Island Stars QC Int PW4 4 15 4|        
 2015-2016 Boston Jr. Eagles 14U AAA14U AAA- - -- -|        
  Northeast Elite U15WSI U152 0 00 0|        
 2016-2017 Team Columbia USA-S153 0 00 0|        
  Dexter Southfield School USHS-Prep29 13 1326 -|