SIOUX CITY (Courtesy USHL) — Sioux City Musketeers forward and 2019 NHL Draft prospect Bobby Brink was named Forward of the Week for the third straight week. Brink becomes the first player in USHL history to earn three consecutive Forward of the Week honors, while also tying the league record for career awards with five.
Brink scored two goals and dished out three assists to earn five points this past weekend. Brink is up to 67 points (35G, 32A) in 42 games this season, an average of 1.60 points per game. His 67 points lead all Sioux City players and are also good for fourth among all USHL players. Brink’s 35 goals lead the Musketeers and are good for second among all USHL players.
The University of Denver commit was listed as a B-rated skater on the NHL Central Scouting Players to Watch List, and was ranked 29th among North American skaters on January’s NHL Central Scouting Midterm Rankings. Brink also helped Team USA win a goal medal at the World Junior A challenge. Prior to his time in the USHL, Brink played for Minnetonka High in his home state of Minnesota.