Ronnie Attard is this weeks’ Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Player of the Week. This was an easy pick after the week that Ronnie put up. Attard scored four goals in Tri-City’s Friday night 7-0 blowout of the Green Bay Gamblers. Much of his success can be paired with the teamwork between him and Brendan Budy, who assisted on three of the four goals. His productivity continued Saturday, when he posted another goal and two assists (one of which was to Budy), in the Storm’s 5-2 defeat of the Gamblers. This is the second time this season Attard has won this distinction (w/o 12/3, 2018)
Ronnie Attard (19) is a native of White Lake, MI. The 6’3” right-handed shot played his youth hockey with both Honeybaked AAA and Victory Honda. Attard has played with the Tri-City Storm since 2016. Ronnie won the gold medal at World Junior A Challenge in 2018. He is ranked 143rd among North American skaters on NHL Central Scouting Midterm Rankings and has committed to play for Western Michigan University beginning in 2019.
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