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Great Western Futures' USHL Player of the Week: Cal Kiefiuk Junior Hockey News

Published: Monday, 8 Apr 2019  
By: Michael Moore


Cal Kiefiuk is this weeks’ Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Player of the Week. This is the first time Kiefiuk has won this distinction. Cal put up a total of 5 points this weekend. He assisted on a goal in the Central Illinois Flying Aces’ 5-1 defeat of the Lincoln Stars on Friday night. On Saturday he scored a goal himself and added three more assists to beat the Stars, once more: 6-3. 

Cal Kiefiuk (19) is a native of Macomb, MI. The 5’10” left-handed shot played his youth hockey with Honeybaked AAA. Kiefiuk has played with the Central Illinois Flying Aces since 2016 when they were called the Bloomington Thunder. Cal won the gold medal at World Junior A Challenge in 2018. He has committed to play for the University of Michigan 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 MiHockey.com

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Author: Michael Moore
Michael is a professional hockey scout and advisor with Victorious Hockey helping North America’s top hockey prospects fulfill their ultimate playing potential.


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