Detroit Red Wings in the NCAA

Red Wings NCAA prospects

The Detroit Red Wings have some talented prospects in their pipeline; we all know they have Nate Danielson and Axel Sandin-Pellikka, but one thing that may have been forgotten is the number of prospects currently playing at the NCAA level. The Red Wings currently have 14 playing with eight forwards, four defensemen, and two goalies. So, how are they doing this season?

Forwards

Red Savage – Michigan State Spartans

The Red Wings drafted Savage with the 114th overall pick in the 2021 draft. This is his first season at Michigan State after he transferred from Miami, Ohio, and he has played in 18 games and recorded 18 points on six goals and 12 assists.

Chase Bradley – Connecticut Huskies

Bradley was drafted with the 203rd overall pick in the 2020 draft. This is his third season at UConn, and in 15 games, he has 11 points on six goals and five assists.

Dylan James – North Dakota Fighting Hawks

James was drafted 40th overall in the 2022 draft by Detroit. This is his second season at North Dakota, and in 18 games, he has eight points on three goals and five assists.

Brennan Ali – Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Ali was drafted with the 212th overall pick in the 2022 draft. This is his first season at Notre Dame, and in 18 games, he has seven points coming on two goals and five assists.

Ryan O’Reilly – Arizona State Sun Devils

O’Reilly was drafted with the 98th pick in the 2018 draft. This is his fourth season at Arizona State, and so far, in 17 games this season, he has four points on two goals and two assists.

Kienan Draper – Michigan Wolverines

Draper is the son of former Red Wing Kris Draper, and Detroit drafted him with the 187th pick in the 2020 draft. With the Wolverines this season, he has played in 16 games and has three points on a goal and two assists.

Sam Stange – Wisconsin Badgers

Stange was drafted 97th overall in the 2020 draft by Detroit. This is his fourth season, and he has only played in three games this season and has not recorded a point.

Owen Mehlenbacher – Wisconsin Badgers

Mehlenbacher was drafted with the 201st pick in the 2022 draft. This is his first season with the Badgers, and in six games, he has yet to record a point.

Defenseman

Shai Buium – Denver Pioneers

Buium was drafted with the 36th overall pick in the 2021 draft. This is his third season at Denver, and he has played in 17 games and recorded 15 points on four goals and 11 assists.

Cooper Moore – Quinnipiac Bobcats

Moore was drafted 128th overall in the 2019 draft by Detroit. He started his collegiate career at North Dakota, where he spent three seasons. This is his first year with Quinnipiac, and in 17 games, he has 11 points, all coming on assists.

Kyle Aucoin – Harvard Crimson

Aucoin was drafted 156th overall in the 2020 draft. He is in his third season at Harvard, and this year, in eight games, he has one point coming on an assist.

Brady Cleveland – Wisconsin Badgers

Cleveland was drafted with the 47th overall pick in this year’s draft. He is in his first season at Wisconsin, and he has only played in ten games but has not yet recorded a point.

Goalies

Trey Augustine – Michigan State Spartans

Augustine was drafted in this year’s draft by the Red Wings with the 41st overall pick. This is his first season with Michigan State, and he has burst onto the scene as he is 11-3-2 in his first 17 games with a 2.97 GAA, a .916 save percentage, and one shutout; he has the Spartans currently ranked seventh overall in the country as well.

Carter Gylander – Colgate Raiders

Gylander was drafted 191st overall in the 2019 draft. This is his fourth season at Colgate, and in 14 games, he is 5-7-2 with a 2.91 GAA and a .900 save percentage; he has not recorded a shutout yet this season.

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