1-on-1 with Minnetonka’s Bobby Brink after he helped Denver win national title
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Minnetonka’s Bobby Brink was the nation’s leading scorer this year, and now he’s a national champion.
Our Chris Long chatted with the Denver Pioneers forward on the ice in Boston late Saturday night following Denver’s 5-1 win over Minnesota State-Mankato.
***Click the video box above to watch Long’s conversation with Brink***
Brink had the game-winning assist in Denver’s semifinal win Thursday over Michigan, then on Friday finished runner-up for the Hobey Baker Award. The great stretch culminated Saturday night at TD Garden after Denver overcame a 1-0 third period deficit.
Brink was drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in the second round (34th overall) in 2019. The 5-foot-9, 166-pound junior helped lead Minnetonka high school to the Class AA state championship during his sophomore year in 2018. He then left to play juniors for the Sioux City Musketeers in the United States Hockey League.
Brink is expected to sign with the Flyers in the very near future.