Mike Brodzinski



  • DOB: 5/28/1995
  • Ht: 5-11
  • Wt: 195
  • Shoots: R
  • Years on Team: 2
  • School: Minnesota
  • Hometown: Ham Lake, Minnesota
  • Drafted: 2013 5th Round #141

2017-18: 2nd professional season...the AHL rookie appeared in 45 games for the Barracuda scoring 2 goals to go along with 5 assists...scored his first AHL goal on 10/22 vs Cleveland

2016-17: Scored his first pro goal on Nov. 12, 2016 at Utah as a member of the Allen Americans (ECHL)

2015-16: Made his pro debut on March 26 vs. San Diego…Named to the Big-10 Second AllStar Team after leading all Minnesota blueliners and with 21 points and ranked T-2nd in power-play goals (3) and 1st in power-play points (11) in 37 games…Finished his collegiate career by playing in 99 games and tallying 48 points (18 goals, 30 assists) and a plus-26 rating

2014-15: Helped Minneosta defeat Michigan, 4-2, in the Big Ten Championship, contributing one assist...Ranked T-5th on the team in plus/minus (10)...2013-14: T-2nd amongst all team defenseman in goals (6)…Ranked 3rd in the nation in goals (6) and 12th in even strength points (13) amongst all freshman defenseman…Was named Big 10 third star of the week on Nov. 26

2012-13: Will attend the University of Minnesota in 2013-14…Participated in Team USA’s 2013 National Junior Evaluation Camp…Named to the USHL All-Rookie and Second All-Star teams…Participated in the USHL Top Prospects Game… Led all USHL defensemen in goals (16) and T-6th in points (33) in his first season in the league…His 16 goals were the most for a USHL defenseman since 2009-10…3rd amongst league blueliners in shots (153)…3rd on Muskegon in points and led the team in power-play goals (9)…His brother, Jonny, was drafted 148th overall in 2013 by Los Angeles, making the brothers the first non-twins taken in the same round of a draft…His father, Mike, played in one game for the University of Minnesota…

2011-12: Led Blaine High School in points (33) and assists (20) and T-1st in goals (13)… Participated in the Under-17 Five Nations Tournament and helped the U.S. Select Team win the gold medal…2010-11: T-4th in goals (9) and points (23) as Blaine won the 2011 Section Championship.

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