Bobby Brink is this weeks’ Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Player of the Week. For the second week in a row, Brink has earned this honor (this his third time this season: November 5th, 2018 & March 26th, 2019). This time around Bobby put up a trio of assists in his game against the Tri-City Storm on Friday. In the following game of the Storm series, he managed to score a goal in the Muskies’ 5-2 loss. On Sunday he completed a hat-trick against the Fargo Force. In total, Bobby scored four goals and three assists for the week.
Bobby Brink (17) is from Excelsior, MN and grew up playing out of Minnetonka. His youth was spent playing with Minnetonka High and Team Southwest. Brink will be eligible for the 2019 NHL Entry Draft and has committed to the University of Denver (beginning in 2020).
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