I'll have more later, but this is a list of accomplishment Boucher had compiled by the Komets' Chuck Bailey. It's a very impressive list, and not just from Fort Wayne.
Nick Boucher’s pro hockey career at a glance—
•1999-00—Began his college career at Dartmouth College, NCAA. Named Dartmouth Rookie of the Year and team MVP for 1999-00.
•2000—Drafted by Pittsburgh in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft.
•2003—Graduated from Dartmouth as the all-time leader in wins (50) and save percentage (.907).
•2004—Named to the 2004 ECHL All-Rookie Team.
•2006-07—Led Tilburg to the 2007 Dutch Superliga Championship.
•2007-08—Made his debut with the Komets posting his first Fort Wayne Championship. Led IHL goaltenders with 2.32 goals-against average and .913 save percentage. Also led goalies in the playoffs with 2.09 goals-against average. Earned a career season high three league Goaltender of the Month Awards (Nov., Dec., Feb.).
•2008-09— Led IHL goaltenders for second straight year in regular season and playoffs in goals-against average and save percentage (Regular season: 2.43 goals-against average, .919 save percentage. Playoffs: 1.75 goals-against average, .938 save percentage) while leading with 32 wins. Awarded a career season high five Goaltender of the Week Awards including a stretch of receiving the honor each week for three straight weeks. Named IHL Goaltender of the Year. Named an IHL First Team All-Star and was voted by fellow teammates as the Komets’ Most Valuable Player of the Year before capturing his second straight Komet league Championship.
•2009-10— Led IHL goaltenders for the third straight season in the playoffs with 2.62 goals-against-average en route to his third straight Komet league Championship.
•2011-12—His ninth pro season, fifth straight season with Fort Wayne. Topped CHL goaltenders and matched his career high of 32 wins. Registered three shutouts for 2011-12 for a total of 11 Fort Wayne career shutouts and 21 as a pro. Named starting goaltender to the 2012 CHL All-Star Team. Named the Komets’ Most Valuable Player of the Year as selected by the players. Collected his fourth Fort Wayne Championship (CHL Presidents’ Cup) and tied Pokey Reddick for a Komet record of 12 playoff wins by a goaltender.
Fort Wayne career summary:
Regular season: GP 217 W 129L 53 OTL/SOL 18 GAA 2.53 Shutouts 11
Playoffs: GP 48 W 33L 13 GAA 2.46 Shutouts 2
FW totals: GP 265 W 162L 66 OTL/SOL 18GAA 2.51 Shutouts 13
Four league championships (2008, 2009, 2010, 2012) and two league regular season titles (IHL, 2007-08, 2008-09).
One Goaltender of the Year Award (IHL, 2008-09) and was named league Goaltender of the Week 11 times and Goaltender of the Month on six occasions.
Top goaltender in the league in goals-against average and save percentage three straight seasons (2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10).