Noah Beck is this week’s Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Player of the Week. Beck got a little awesome on the Madison Capitals this weekend. His Fargo Force dismantled the Caps 7-1 on a Thursday tilt. Two of the seven Fargo force goals he paired up with Alex Nordstrom in order to provide the assist on both Mason Salquist and Casey McDonald goals respectively. On Saturday it was his turn. It did not look good at the outset of the game when Madison jumped out to an early two goal lead that lasted until the start of the third period. Force teammate Tristan Broz would get Fargo on the board nearly a minute into the frame. Two minutes later, Beck netted the game-tying-goal imposing overtime. Another two minutes later and Noah would score the game-winner.
Defenseman, Noah Beck (18) is a product of Richmond Hill, ON, Canada. Beck spent the majority of his midget development with the Markham Nationals and the Toronto Nationals. He broke into Juniors with the St. Michael's Buzzers of the OJHL. As a prolific point producer he wound up drafted #149 overall by Fargo Force in the 2019 USHL Entry Draft. He has committed to play for Clarkson University beginning in 2020.
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