This week the Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Goalie of the Week is Jake Barczewski of the Tri-City Storm. Still manning the pipes in teammate Isaiah Saville’s absence, Barczewski remains impressive. This week’s USHL Goalie of the Week nod comes just two weeks after his last. He backed his team to a seven goal shutout Friday against the Gamblers. He stopped 27 shots in the win. On Saturday he went 19 for 21 in the Storm’s 5-2 defeat of Green Bay.
Jake Barczewski’s statistics stand at:
W:15 L:6 T:0 GAA: 2.63 SV%: 0.908
Jake Barczewski (20) is a product of O'Fallon, MO. His youth hockey was spent refining his craft within the Tier 1 Elite Hockey league. He played for the St Louis AAA Blues. In 2016, Barczewski broke into the Juniors and began playing with the Janesville Jets. He played 35 games in the NAHL and achieved a 1.94 GAA. Ultimately his play led to him being drafted #34 overall by Tri-City Storm in the 2017 USHL Entry Draft. Jake has committed to Canisius College beginning in the 2019 season.
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