Detroit Red Wings November Prospect Check-in

Red Wings November Prospects

The Detroit Red Wings enter December with a 12-7-3 record and sit in a wild-card spot for the playoffs. Their minor league affiliates, however, are in different spots, with the Grand Rapids Griffins, the Red Wings AHL affiliate, in sixth place in the Central Division at 5-8-1-1 with 12 points. The Red Wings ECHL affiliate, the Toledo Walleye, are in first place in the Central Division at 9-3-1-1 and 20 points. The Griffins went 4-5-0-1 in November while Toledo went 8-3-0-1 in November. 

Top Prospects November

Defenseman – Simon Edvinsson – Grand Rapids

Edvinsson appeared in ten games and recorded eight points on a goal and seven assists. He scored 11 points in 16 games, coming on three goals and eight assists. 

Forward – Marco Kasper – Grand Rapids 

In November, Kasper played in ten games, recording four points, all on assists. In 16 games this season, he has five points on a goal and four assists. 

Forward – Nate Danielson – Brandon Wheat Kings 

In 11 games for the Wheat Kings, Danielson had ten points on five goals and five assists.  In 20 games through November, he has 17 points on eight goals and 12 assists. 

Defenseman – Axel Sandin-Pellikka – Skellefteå AIK

Sandin-Pellikka played in seven games in November and recorded four points on a goal and three assists. In 22 games this season, he has 12 points on eight goals and four assists. 

Forward – Carter Mazur – Grand Rapids 

Mazur played in ten games in November and put up six points on two goals and four assists. He made his season debut on November 1st. 

Defenseman – William Wallinder – Grand Rapids 

In ten games in November, he had two points coming on assists. This season, in 16 games, he has three points on a goal and two assists. 

Goaltender – Sebastian Cossa – Grand Rapids 

In November, he played in four games going 1-2-1, and allowed 15 goals on 113 shots. This season, he is 2-3-2 in seven games and has allowed 22 goals on 215 shots. 

Goaltender – Trey Augustine – Michigan State

In November, Augustine went 5-1-2 in eight games, allowing 23 goals against 297 shots. This season, he is 9-4-2 and has allowed 46 goals on 514 shots. 

Forward – Elmer Soderblom – Grand Rapids 

Soderblom played in seven games, recording three points, a goal, and two assists. For the season in 13 games he has four points on a goal and three assists. 

Forward – Amadeus Lombardi – Grand Rapids

Lombardi had five points in nine games in November on three goals and two assists. In 16 games, he has six points on three goals and three assists. 

Forward – Red Savage – Michigan State 

In November, Savage played in eight games, recording five points on a goal and four assists. In 16 games this season, he has 16 points on five goals and 11 points. 

Forward – Alexandre Doucet – Toledo 

Doucet played in four games and recorded four points, coming on a goal and three assists. He has only played in six games for the season and has nine points on four goals and five assists.  


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