Myles Westbrook resides in St. Francis, MN, a small town just north of the Twin Cities Metro area. When he’s not playing hockey you can find him hard at work for Kestner Construction, or fishing for smallies (bass) on Mille Lacs or other secret locations.
Prior to his Senior year of high school (Fall 2017) he played in the Minnesota Elite Prep Development League for the Green Giants 18U team. The Green Giants played 20 games over 8 weekends; including
3 games at the NAPHL preview held in October at the Schwanns Super Rink in Blaine, MN. Myles contributed from the blue line tallying 6 goals and 12 assists.
Suiting up for the St. Francis Fighting Saints from 2015-2018, a versatile player, with the ability to answer the call at forward or defense. During his Senior season he was used on special teams-PP and PK skating away with 13 goals and 23 assists.
Following graduation he pursued his dreams and aspirations of playing at the next level-earning a spot on the roster with Sioux Falls Power 18U for the 2018-2019 season. A Tier I Midget Major hockey program affiliated with NAPHL. Playing defense for the Power 18U he tallied- 2 goals, 15 assists, along with the team earning a spot at the Tier I Nationals held in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
This season Myles began with training camp in Odessa with the NAHL Odessa Jackalopes. Jacks Head Coach Todd Watson was impressed with Westbrook both on and off the ice but felt he needed a bit more development at the NA3HL level. “We have some things to work on to get Myles back up with the Jacks this year and potentially for next season as a permanent NAHL player” States RoadRunners Coach Mike Beavis.
Beavis is confident that with hard work and some fine tuning of the young d-man that good things will happen for the RoadRunners this season and for the Jacks in the future when asked about Westbrook.