Adam Brooks was named the Canadian Hockey Leagues player of the week yesterday.
#CHL Player of the Week is @MapleLeafs prospect and @TheWHL Top Scorer @adambrooks77 @WHLPats 10PTS (4G 6A) in 4GP following holiday break pic.twitter.com/rlmQtS7NhH— CanadianHockeyLeague (@CHLHockey) January 3, 2017
As I assume you read in my prospects recap Brooks had ten points in four games last week, with the big highlight being a five point game on December 27th against the Brandon Wheat Kings, check out the highlights below:
This isn’t just his league’s player of the week award, Brooks was named best player out of all three Major Junior hockey leagues, the WHL, OHL AND QMJHL. That’s pretty good.
Adam Brooks is having one helluva year with Regina, scoring 63 points in just 29 games so far this season. The Pats are looking to go far this year, and Brooks will be a major player in whatever they do.