Brendan Furry is this weeks’ Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Player of the Week. Brendan had an incredible week for the Tri-City Storm. Playing in all three games, Brendan amassed 3 assists in his first matchup with the Central Illinois Flying Aces. He grabbed another assist in the following game against Aces. On Sunday, he faced the Waterloo Black Hawks where he registered yet another assist but more importantly put up a goal in each period he played to earn a hat-trick in his team’s 6-3 victory.
Brendan Furry (20) is a native of Toledo, OH. The 5’11” left wing played his youth hockey with Belle Tire of the Tier 1 Elite Hockey League. He broke into Juniors skating with the Amarillo Bulls of the NAHL. Prior to joining the Storm, Brendan played with the Omaha Lancers. He has committed to play for Niagra University beginning in 2019.
This week, the USHL Player of the Week is brought to you by the Great Western Futures Super Camp. The Futures Super Camp is the premier place for players to gain exposure among USHL / WHL / BCHL / NAHL coaches as well as many other junior and college coaches. Hockey players born between 2000 and 2006 looking for exposure to Division 1 College Hockey and for kids looking for exposure to Junior Hockey at all levels are encouraged to register today at: http://greatwesternhockey.com/registration/
*Photo courtesy of kearnyhub.com
**Do you have a business and want to boost your traffic, grow your brand, and build your online presence? JuniorHockey.com’s USHL Player of the Week receives tremendous amounts of traffic monthly. With a strong search engine ranking and loyal audience, this becomes a perfect opportunity for sponsorship. To learn more about how your business and brand can be featured, send an email to the column’s author Michael Moore at: email@example.com
* Disclaimer: This site may contain advice, opinions and statements from various authors and information providers. Views expressed in this article reflect the personal opinion of the author, Michael Moore, and not necessarily the views of JuniorHockey.com. JuniorHockey.com does not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any advice, opinion, statement or other info provided in the article, or from any other member of this site.