Detroit Red Wings Minor League and Prospect Check-in

Red Wings Prospect Check In March

The Detroit Red Wings are currently one of the hottest teams in the league as they are 10-2-3 since the calendar flipped to 2024 recording 23 points in their last 15 games. The Red Wings affiliates are also having solid seasons with their AHL affiliate the Grand Rapids Griffins currently with a record of 21-15-4-2 with 48 points and tied for second in the Central Division, they are 9-2-2 since 2024 began and are 7-0-1 in their last eight games. The Red Wings ECHL affiliate the Toledo Walleye are leading the Central division with a 27-9-4-5 record and 63 points, they are 7-5-5 since the 2024 began and have recorded a point in their last five games. How are the Red Wings top ten prospects currently performing to this point in the season?

Red Wings Prospect 2023-24 Season Check-In

Forward – Red Savage – Michigan State University

Savage this season at Michigan State has played in 30 games and he has recorded 26 points coming on ten goals and 16 assists. In his last three games, he has recorded two goals.

Forward – Cross Hanas – Grand Rapids Griffins

Hanas this season with Grand Rapids has played in 33 games and he has eight points on four goals and four assists. He scored a goal in his last game which came on Saturday.

Forward – Amadeus Lombardi – Grand Rapids Griffins

Lombardi has played in 40 games this season and he has recorded 14 points on four goals and ten assists. In his last three games, he has two points on a goal and an assist.

Defenseman – Albert Johansson – Grand Rapids Griffins

Johansson has played in 36 games this season and he has recorded 13 points on four goals and nine assists. He hasn’t recorded a point since January 27th going pointless in the last three games.

Forward – Elmer Soderblom – Grand Rapids Griffins

Soderblom has spent the season in the AHL playing in 38 games and he has recorded 18 points on five goals and 13 assists. He has three points in his last five games coming on a goal and two assists.

Defenseman – Shai Buium – University of Denver

Buium at Denver this season has played in 27 games, and he has 25 points on seven goals and 18 assists. He is currently on a five-game point streak in which he has recorded seven points on three goals and four assists.

Defenseman – William Wallinder – Grand Rapids Griffins

Wallinder this season has played in 40 games with Grand Rapids and he has recorded eight points coming on three goals and five assists. Over his last four games, he has two points on a goal and an assist.

Forward – Dmitri Buchelnikov – Admiral Vladivostok

Buchelnikov this season played in the VHL for SKA-Neva St. Petersburg in ten games he had 12 points on three goals and nine assists. He played in one game in the MHL for SKA-1946 St. Petersburg and he recorded an assist in the loan appearance. Currently, he is playing on loan in the KHL with Admiral Vladivostok, and in 48 games he has 24 points on 12 goals and 12 assists.

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Goalie – Trey Augustine – Michigan State University

Augustine this season has played with Michigan State all season and played in the World Juniors-20 tournament. In four games for Team USA at the Juniors he went 4-0-0 with a 1.75 GAA and a .936 save percentage leading USA to Gold. With the Spartans this season he is 18-6-2 in 27 games with a 2.87 GAA, a .917 save percentage, and three shutouts. He is 3-0-0 in his last three games giving up three goals on a total of 95 shots; he also has a shutout in one of those three games.

Defenseman – Andrew Gibson – Soo Greyhounds

Gibson this season has been playing in the OHL with the Soo Greyhounds and in 51 games he has 33 points on seven goals and 26 assists. In his last six games, he has two points on a goal and an assist.

Forward – Carter Mazur – Grand Rapids Griffins

Mazur has spent this season with Grand Rapids and in 36 games he has 22 points on 11 goals and 11 assists. He is currently on a two-game point streak and over his last five games he has four points on a goal and three assists. Mazur also ranks third on the team in points and second in goals.

Defenseman – Axel Sandin-Pellikka – Skelleftea AIK

Sandin-Pellikka this season played with Skelleftea AIK in the SHL and in 27 games he had 13 points on nine goals and four assists. He also played for Team Sweden in the World Juniors-20 tournament and in seven games he had six points on two goals and four assists, in all the International Junior games he played in which was 14 he had ten points on five goals and five assists. He suffered an injury in the tournament and has not played since.

Goalie – Sebastian Cossa – Grand Rapids Griffins

Cossa has spent the whole season in the AHL with Grand Rapids and in 21 games he is 10-7-4 with a 2.70 GAA and a .908 save percentage. In his last five games, he is 4-0-1 giving up ten goals on 117 shots.

Forward – Nate Danielson – Portland Winterhawks

Danielson started the season playing with the Brandon Wheat Kings of the WHL and in 26 games he had 26 points on 12 goals and 14 assists. He would be traded to the Portland Winterhawks of the WHL and in 11 games with them he has 14 points on three goals and 11 assists. In his last four games, he has six points on one goal and five assists. He also played for Team Canada in the World Junior ’s-20 tournament and in five games he had three points on a goal and two assists.

Forward – Marco Kasper – Grand Rapids Griffins

Kasper this season with Grand Rapids has played in 42 games and he has 22 points on seven goals and 15 assists. He is currently on a two-game point streak coming on a goal and an assist. Kasper ranks fifth on the team in points and sixth on the team in goals.

Defenseman – Simon Edvinsson – Grand Rapids Griffins

Edvinsson this season has spent the majority of his time with Grand Rapids, but he also had a brief stint in Detroit. With the Red Wings, he played in two games and recorded an assist. With the Griffins in 39 goals, he has recorded 24 points on six goals and 18 assists. In his last four games, he has recorded three points all coming on assists.

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