SPHL: Kicking things off in the professional ranks this week, we take a look at Brandon Wahlin (Bruins ’11-13). Whalin is playing in his third professional, spending all of this season with the Roankoke Rail Yard Dawgs of the SPHL. Wahlin has racked up 11 points in 25 games this season, good enough for fourth highest total on the Rail Yard Dawgs roster.
Photo Credit: Mark Sawyer, Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs.
Photo Courtesy: Brian Gardner, Roanoke Rail Yard Dawks.
NCAA DI: In his freshman season at the Univ. of Maine, AJ Drobot (Bruins ’15-17) has seen a ton of action. The Churchville, PA, native has played in all 23 games for the Black Bears this season scoring two goals and two assists.
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NCAA DIII: Toby Sengvongxay (Bruins ’16-18) is carrying on in his junior year at Gustavus Adolphus College. The Luverne, MN, native gets to play college hockey only two hours away from his hometown, in St. Peter. After a sucessful freshman season where he netted12 points in 25 games, the sophomore is on pace to equal that total for a second straight year with six points so far in his first 13 games.
USHL: Perhaps the biggest success story of former Austin Bruins as of late is Kyle McClellan (Bruins ’18-19). The Omaha Lancers goaltender was chosen as Goalie of the Week in the USHL for the first week of the 2020 calendar year. On the season, McClellan is 8-5-3-0 with a 2.39 goals-against average and a .912 save percentage. McClellan has won his last five starts going back to December 27, 2019.