Colin Boucher

Colin Boucher
Colin Boucher

Coin Boucher started young in the game of lacrosse, he was playing the game at 4 years of age.
He played his early career with Huntsville Minor Lacrosse. In the Bantam age category, his team were silver medalists in the “B” provincial finals.
Colin was drafted to Brampton Jr. A in 2005 and was immediately traded to Orillia on the very same day.
In 2006 Colin played in the Jr. A all-star game.
He went on to be named the Sr B defensive player of the year in 2012, and was twice named the CLAX defensive player of the year in 2012 and 2014.
Colin went on be named to 3 CLAX all star teams.
2013 saw Colin and his team the St. Catherines Saints win the Sr. B Presidents Cup.
He further added to his resume with wins on the Six Nations Chiefs with Sr. A Mann Cups in both 2013 and 2014.
It was shortly thereafter that Colin was drafted to the National Lacrosse League (Professional). Colin’s Pro career saw him play with the Buffalo Bandits, the Vancouver Stealth, the Rochester Knighthawks, and finally the Toronto Rock.