Spitfires’ Boka sets all-time franchise games played record


No player in the storied past of the Windsor Spitfires has played more regular season games than Luke Boka.

The overage captain suited up in his 307th career contest on Sunday night in Oshawa, passing John Scott Dickson (2000-05) for first on the all-time franchise list.

Boka has 33 points (17-16–33) through 53 games in his fifth season as a Spitfire, entering the stretch run of an OHL career that included a Memorial Cup title in his sophomore season. The 6-foot, 196Ib. winger has accumulated 60 goals, 77 assists and 137 points over his 307-game tenure, adding eight points (1-7–8) over 22 playoff games.

A native of Plymouth, Mich., Boka was Windsor’s fifth round (95th overall) pick in the 2015 OHL Priority Selection. His Spitfires currently sit fifth in the Western Conference with an overall record of 32-19-5-0.

Boka spoke with the OHL This Week Podcast last week and extended his thanks to numerous teammates and coaches who have helped him throughout his time in the League. You can listen to that episode here.

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