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Zac Boyer

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Shot  Right
Height  1.88 m
Position  Winger
Role  Ice hockey player
Career end  2003

Name  Zac Boyer
Career start  1992
Playing career  1992–2003
Weight  91 kg
Played for  Dallas Stars
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Born  October 25, 1971 (age 44) Inuvik, NT, CAN (1971-10-25)
NHL Draft  88th overall, 1991 Chicago Blackhawks

Zachary Jason Boyer (born October 25, 1971 in Inuvik, Northwest Territories) is a former National Hockey League right winger.

He is perhaps best remembered for scoring the tournament-winning goal for the Kamloops Blazers at the 1992 Memorial Cup with 14 seconds remaining in the third period of the championship game.

Drafted by the Blackhawks, Boyer spent two seasons with the Dallas Stars with time split with the IHL Blazers, Indianapolis Colts, Michigan K-Wings, Orlando Solar Bears and Houston Aeros. Boyer played in Europe (SC Herisau, EC Villacher SV, Düsseldorfer EG), but ended his playing career with Colorado Gold Kings and Orlando Seals.

References

Zac Boyer Wikipedia


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