21 - Brett Lubanski
Brett Lubanski
Height: 5-11
Weight: 187
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Farmington Hills, Mich.
High School: Kenai River Brown Bears (NAHL)
Position: F

• Played for three seasons for the Kenai River Brown Bears (NAHL) in Soldotna, Alaska, for coach Oliver David
• Team captain in 2010-2011 and 2011-2012, while has was an assistant captain in 2009-2010
• Earned 2011-2012 first team All-NAHL West Division honors
• Holds franchise career records for points (159), assists (123) and games played (174)
• Broke his own single-season assist record with 50 in 2011-2012 as he previously set the record with 48 in 2010-2011
• Also set the single-season plus/minus record with a +15 in 2010-2011
• Only inductee in the Kenai River Brown Bear Hall of Fame as he was inducted in March of 2012
• Ranked second in the NAHL in assists with 48 in 2010-2011, while he was 12th overall in points with 63
• Third in the NAHL with 50 assists in 2011-2012, while he was eighth in points with a team-best 67
• Played in the NAHL Top Prospects tournament in January 2011 as his team won the tournament and he posted three points in three games
• Named NAHL West Division Player of the Week
• Named NAHL First Star of the Week and Perani’s Hockey World National Junior Player of the Week
• Also played for Detroit Honeybaked (Tier I AAA Elite Hockey League) for coach Robert Krohl
• Two-time team captain
• Team won 2004-2005 state championship
• Attended Walled Lake Western High School and was a three-year member and two-time captain of the varsity baseball team
• Member of National Honor Society

• Son of Paul and Cathy Lubanski
• Father played lacrosse at Michigan State (Class of 1979)
• Has one brother (Eric) and one sister (Allison)
• Grandfather Eddie Lubanski is a member of five separate Hall of Fames, including the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame and the National Polish-American Athletes’ Hall of Fame, as he was a world champion and is considered as one of the greatest bowlers of all-time