Swift Current Broncos prospect Jake DeBrusk is excited about locking up his future with the team and signing a WHL contract.eB
"I was very happy to sign it and very proud they put me in a position to sign it," DeBrusk said. "Ever since I got drafted I kind of wanted to be a Western League guy and that first year I came there my experience was so good that this was one of my main goals signing a contract."
DeBrusk has 19 points in 15 games of Midget AAA hockey this season. He believes his game has benefited from his growth from 5'5 when he was drafted to 5'10 now.
Full Interview with Jake DeBrusk "I think I am offensive player and I have always been that offensive playe," DeBrusk said. "But with the size and strength I've been getting it's just been going in a lot more for me now. I have had some games where I have been off some but I'm always getting chances, always getting something done basically."
The Broncos picked DeBrusk in the 7th round of the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.
He's the son of former NHLer Louie DeBrusk.
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