This week the Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Goalie of the Week is Ben Kraws of the Tri-City Storm. Kraws stopped all but one of the shots he faced against the Omaha Lancers on Saturday before stopping 29 of 31 attempts against the Fargo Force on Sunday to help the Muskies earn two key wins and keep their place in the last Clark Cup Playoffs spot in the West. This is Brink’s second Player of the week honor (October 30th, 2018).
Ben Kraws’ statistics stand at:
W:20 L:14 T:0 GAA: 2.91 SV%: 0.895
Prior to playing in the USHL, Ben Kraws’ youth hockey experience spanned both Detroit and Buffalo. A Cranbury, NJ native, Kraws (18) played for Little Caesars of the High Performance Hockey League and for the Buffalo Jr. Sabres of the Tier One Elite Hockey League and the Ontario Junior Hockey League. Ben has committed to play for Enrico Blasi at Miami University in 2019.
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