I am very excited and proud to announce my commitment to Boston University! Thank you to everybody who has helped me! #GoTerriers
— Kieffer Bellows (@BellowsKieffer) June 20, 2014
98 F Kieffer Bellows (Edina) commits to BU. Massive get for the Terriers. A premiere power forward option for 2016, size, skill and speed.
— Over The Boards (@OTBPuckWatch) June 20, 2014
Continues to excel and improve. Bull of a forward with game-shattering scoring ability and a pro build, Bellows is built to dominate and does just that, as he’s tough to contain and has skill to spare at the high school level. WHL rights are owned by Portland.
5. Kieffer Bellows, ’98 F, Edina Bantams (#15 Buzzards) – 6’0”. A big strong young centerman, and a power forward in the making. Has a bomb of a shot. Son of Brian Bellows, the #2 overall pick in the 1982 NHL Draft, a ‘near Bruin’, and a long-time Minnesota North Star.
● Boston Hockey Blog report on Bellows and goalie Connor Lacouvee11. Kiefer Bellows (Edina Bantam AA/Purple) 6-0/194 — We were expecting a little more as we were told that Bellows was The Man among the ’98s in Minnesota. From that, we expected he’d be one of the top few forwards in camp. He wasn’t that, but Bellows is a great prospect and there is a lot to like about his game. The son of former NHL first round pick Brian Bellows is a moose who is very effective down low and in front of the net. He has a heavy shot, he will score -- a lot. Played on easily the top line in camp: [BU recruit Hank] Crone and Khodorenko were usually his linemates. 6-1-7.