The New Jersey native will be headed back to Massachusetts in the fall to play hockey at Westfield State University. Julian Boisclair currently has 11 goals and 11 assists for 22 points for the Rangers the 2021-2022 season. He also leads the team in game winning goals which has immensely contributed to the Rangers success.
“Julian is a very hard working guy that has a bright future ahead of him,” Coach DeCaprio said. “He is a strong skater and will be a huge asset to Westfield State for the next four.”
The coach-to-player relationship between Rich DeCaprio and him have greatly contributed to the next step in Julian’s future hockey career. “If it wasn’t for Coach DeCaprio, I definitely would not be where I am now,” Boisclair noted. “He connected me to any coach I was interested in and assisted me with all of my decisions.”
Along with playing DIII hockey, Julian will be pursuing exercise science at Westfield State. He explained, “I am super excited about college after playing juniors for the past two years and getting back to being a ‘normal’ student.” But before heading off to his new team, Boisclair looks forward to finishing strong as he gears up for post-season hockey with the Rangers.
Julian also took the time to recognize those who have helped him make it onto a college roster. “I would like to thank my parents, my trainer Joe DeMarco and all of my past coaches for the help along the way.”
The Rangers are in the home stretch and will look to continue their winning streak this upcoming Tuesday. BJR will face off against the Seacoast Spartans for one final time this regular season.