A native of Hibbing, Manitoba, Milt "Curly" Brink had an eight-year professional hockey career, including a very short stint in the NHL with the Chicago Blackhawks.
In 1931-32, Brink played five games with the Boston Cubs of the CAHL, scoring one goal. In 1932, he joined the Eveleth Rangers where he remained for the next three years. In 1933-34, he had the finest offensive output of his career, scoring 17 goals and 34 points.
By 1935-36, Brink joined the Kansas City Greyhounds of the AHA. IN 45 games he put together a nine-goal season with 29 points. Early the following year he was sent to the Minneapolis Millers and then had the chance to play in the NHL, starting five games with the Chicago Blackhawks in the 1936-37 season, being held off the official scoresheet.
Brink joined the St. Paul Saints of the AHA in 1937-38, scoring 34 points on eight goals and 26 assists in 48 games. He suited up for five games with the Wichita Skyhawks the following year before retiring from professional hockey at the age of 28.