Brett Bulmer is heading for a bright future in the National Hockey League.
Bulmer, born and raised in Prince George, was a second-round draft pick of the NHL’s Minnesota Wild in the summer of 2010. He went on to skate in the 2010-11 American Hockey League playoffs with the Wild’s farm team, the Houston Aeros, and then nearly landed on Minnesota’s roster for the current NHL season. He played in nine games for the Wild and picked up three assists in those contests before he was sent back to his junior team, the Kelowna Rockets. With the Rockets, Bulmer is proving himself to be one of the most dangerous offensive players in the Western Hockey League.