Alex Campbell is this weeks’ Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Player of the Week. Omaha Lancers Forward, Alex Campbell had a massive game against the Sioux City Musketeers to begin the week. On New Year’s Eve he snuck two pucks past Muskie goalie- Connor Androlewicz. Both goals were scored in the opening period. He went on to provide an assist on Jack Randl’s goal, less than a minute into the third frame. Lastly, with 51 seconds left in the game, Alex got a head start ringing in 2020 with another goal to complete his hat-trick.
Campbell closed out the week by teaming up with Nash Nienhuis to feed Jack Jensen the puck. With the assist, Jensen scored at 3:59 in the third against Lincoln, on Sunday. The goal proved critical as Omaha was digging their way back from a two goal deficit. Teammate Nolan Renwick went on to tie it up just 21 seconds later. 3:28 into overtime, Chase Bradley scored the game winner for the Lancers.
Forward, Alex Campbell (18) is a native of Chateauguay, QC, Canada. Through his youth, Campbell spent the majority of his development with the Collège Sainte-Anne of the Ligue de Hockey Préparatoire Scolaire and Stanstead College. Alex broke into the Juniors with the Victoria Grizzlies of the BCHL in 2018. He was drafted in 2019 round 3 #65 overall by Nashville Predators in the NHL Draft. He has committed to play for Clarkson University beginning in 2020
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