Spitfires’ Boka commits to Queen’s for 2020-21


The Queen’s University Gaels men’s hockey program has announced that Windsor Spitfires overage graduate Luke Boka has committed for the 2020-21 season.

A newly-turned 21-year-old from Plymouth, Mich., Boka completed a five-year OHL career, graduating as the Windsor Spitfires’ all-time games played leader with 313 career regular season contests. Boka amassed 140 points (60-80–140) in that span, posting a career-high 17 goals in his overage season along with a total of 36 points (17-19–36).

The 6-foot, 196Ib. right-winger was voted the Western Conference’s top shot blocker for a third straight season in the 2019-20 OHL Coaches Poll. He hoisted the Memorial Cup with the Spitfires in 2017 and was originally the club’s fifth round pick in the 2015 OHL Priority Selection.

Boka joins a Queen’s recruiting class that also consists of Spitfires teammate Thomas Stevenson in addition to other OHL grads in Anthony Popovich (Flint), Jakob Brahaney (Kingston) and Jacob Paquette (Peterborough).

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