Brock Bremer is this weeks’ Great Western Futures Super Camp’s USHL Player of the Week. Brock’s impressive play began Friday night when teammates Josh Lopina and Justin Lee fed Bremer the puck and in-turn he beat Even Fear to find the back of the net. Though his team would fall in that matchup in a shootout, Saturday would prove far more productive for the Stars in their defeat of the Green Bay Gamblers, 7-3. Three of those seven goals posted by Lincoln were scored by Bremer. He also managed to assist Matthew Barbolini on his goal in the first.
Brock Bremer (19) grew up in Forest Lake, MN. The right-handed left wing played for Hill-Murray School. He entered the Juniors playing for the Camrose Kodiaks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Bremer was recently acquired by the Stars from the Muskegon Lumberjacks on January, 17th 2019. He has committed to play for the University of Nebraska-Omaha beginning in 2019-20.
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