Detroit Red Wings Prospect Check-in Week of 12/4-12/10

Red Wings Prospect Check In

The Detroit Red Wings had a rough week, going 1-1-1, and suffered some losses along the way, while things for their minor league affiliates went a little better as they combined to go 3-3-1 but were outscored 27-25. The Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League went 1-2-1 and scored as they lost both games to the Toronto Marlies last week and split with the Belleville Senators. The Toledo Walleye, the ECHL affiliate of the Red Wings, went 2-1-0 but were outscored by their opponents 15-14. The Griffins still sit in sixth place in the Central Division at 8-11-2-1 with 19 points, while the Walleye still sit in first place in the Central Division in the ECHL at 13-4-1-2 with 29 points and have a lead over second place by five points. The three stars of the week for the Red Wings prospects are

Detroit Red Wings Prospects Three Stars of the Week

3.) Goalie – Trey Augustine – Michigan State Spartans

In two games this past weekend, Augustine led the Spartans to two wins; on Friday, he picked up a 5-2 win, stopping 35 of the 37 shots he faced, and on Saturday, he got a 2-1 win, stopping 31 of the 32 shots he faced. On the weekend, he went 2-0-0, allowing three goals on 39 shots. He brought his record to 11-3-2 on the season and posts a 2.97 GAA and a .916 save percentage.

2.) Defenseman – Antti Tuomisto – Toledo Walleye

Tuomisto had four points this week, coming on three goals and an assist. He didn’t record a point in Wednesday’s game, but once the weekend hit, he turned it on; on Friday, he scored a goal and had an assist, and on Saturday, he found the back of the net twice. With Toledo this season, he has six points in five games, coming on four goals and two assists.

1.) Forward – Nate Danielson – Brandon Wheat Kings

Danielson has been red hot as of late, and this past week was no different as he recorded a point in all three games. On Tuesday, he recorded two goals, then on Friday, he recorded a goal and an assist, and on Saturday, he recorded an assist as he finished the week with five points on three goals and two assists. For the season, in 24 games, he has 25 points on 11 goals and 14 assists.

Week Ahead:

The Griffins have a quiet week compared to last week as they only play two games, with the first coming on Wednesday when the Texas Stars come to town; the Stars are the AHL affiliate of the Dallas Stars. The two teams will also play against each other on Friday, and the puck drop for both games will be at 7:00 PM.

The Walleye again have three games this week, with all three coming against the Iowa Heartlanders, who split the series at the beginning of the month. The Heartlanders are the ECHL affiliate of the Minnesota Wild. The first game on Friday will start at 6:35 PM, Saturday’s game will start at 6:05 PM, and Sunday’s game will begin at 2:05 PM.

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