Bobby Brink

Philadelphia Flyers

  • 2019-Present

Bio

Bobby Brink was born in 2001 and grew up in Minnetonka, MN. He graduated from Breakaway Academy in 2016. After attending Breakaway Academy, he went on to play high school hockey for Minnetonka. While playing for Tonka he won the 2018 Class AA State Championship. At the same time, he was a part of the USA National Team Development Program. He then graduated high school in 2019 and was drafted into the USHL with the Sioux City Musketeers. In 2019, Brink was drafted into the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers as a second-round draft pick. After playing in the USHL for two years Brink went to play Division I hockey at the University of Denver, where he is currently playing.

Brink’s Notable Achievements: 2018 High School Class AA All-Tournament Team, 2018 World Jr. A Challenge Gold Medal, 2018 World Jr. A Challenge Tournament MVP, 2018 USHL Forward of the Year, 2018 WJC Bronze Medal, WJAC – 19 Champion, 2019 USA World Juniors, 2019-2020 NCHC All-Rookie Team, World Junior Gold 2021