Jesse Tucker is this weeks’ Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Player of the Week. Jesse played twice this weekend but it was his performance on Saturday that earned him this week’s top honor. Three of the seven goals the Green Bay Gamblers scored against the Cedar Rapid RoughRiders were Tucker’s. In addition to the hat-trick, Jesse added an additional pair of assists. In just one game, Tucker doubled his goal total and his assist total for the season thus far.
Forward, Jesse Tucker (19) is from Longlac, ON, CAN. His twin brother, Tyler Tucker plays with the Barrie Colts of the OHL. Throughout his youth, Jesse played with the Minor Midget Toronto Titans before progressing into the OJHL. He played the majority of his OJHL stint with the North York Rangers. Jesse was drafted in Drafted 2018, 8 #125 overall by Green Bay Gamblers in the USHL Entry Draft. Last year, Tucker accumulated a total of 43 points with the Gamblers. He has committed to play for Lake Superior State Univ. beginning in 2020.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 soundcloud.com
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