Bryan Bosch spent three seasons with the Lethbridge Hurricanes from 1987 to 1990, as well as one season with the Calgary Wranglers.

An original Hurricane, Bosch appeared in 211 regular season games as a ‘Canes racking up an impressive 299 points (108g-191a) along with 72 penalty minutes. In his four seasons in the Western Hockey League with the Hurricanes/Wranglers franchise, the product of Calgary, Alberta appeared in 285 regular season games collecting 356 points (122g-234a) and 77 penalty minutes.

His best offensive season came in his last year with the Hurricanes where he produced 138 points (48g-90a) along with 34 penalty minutes while appearing in all 72 games. That season, he went on to collected an additional 26 points (13g-13a) in 19 post-season games helping the Hurricanes to the WHL Final.

Bosch ranks 11th in Hurricanes All-Time Goals (108), 3rd in All-Time Assists (191) and 5th in All-Time Points (299) while ranking 8th in All-Time Points-Per-Game (1.417). His 138 points in 1989-1990 is the third highest point total by a Hurricane in a single season. He also set the record for most assists in a single season with 90 that same year.

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