Full Analysis of Detroit Prospect Tournament Roster

The Detroit Red Wings posted their prospect tournament schedule and roster on Wednesday morning. Garth Wickham posted the schedule and roster in his article “Red Wings Announce 2022 NHL Prospect Tournament Roster and Schedule”.

Here is a closer look at the full roster announced on Wednesday.

Goaltenders (3)

Sebastian Cossa, G

Top goaltending prospect Sebastian Cossa leads the three goaltenders that will play in the tournament. Cossa will turn professional after completing his junior career with Edmonton (WHL) last year. Cossa will likely be a backup in Grand Rapids (AHL) or Toledo (ECHL) to start the season. Jan Bednar is unsigned and will return for his over-age year in Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL). Undrafted goaltender Andrew Oke plays for Saginaw (OHL) and is the third goalie in the group.

Sebastian Cossa

Acquired: 2021 round 1 #15 overall

2021-2022 Team: Edmonton (WHL)

GP: 46

Record: 33-9-3

GAA: 2.28

SV%: .913

Jan Bednar

Acquired: 2020 round 4 #107 overall

2021-2022 Team: Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL)

GP: 47

Record: 28-14-4

GAA: 2.72

SV%: .912

Andrew Oke

Acquired: Free Agent Invitee

2021-2022 Team: Saginaw (OHL)

GP: 36

Record: 13-16-1

GAA: 4.63

SV%: .848

Defensemen (7)

Simon Edvinsson, LD

Seven defense prospects have been invited to this tournament. Simon Edvinsson, Albert Johansson, Donovan Sebrango, Seth Barton, and Eemil Viro are signed to entry-level contracts with Detroit and will likely make the Grand Rapids (AHL) core defense this season. Oscar Plandowski (Drummondville, QMJHL) and Tnias Mathurin (North Bay, OHL) are unsigned drafted prospects and will be returned to their junior teams. 

Simon Edvinsson

Acquired: 2021 round 1 #6 overall

2021-2022 Team: Frolunda (SHL)

GP: 44

G: 2

A: 17

PTS: 19

Albert Johansson

Acquired: 2019 round 2 #60 overall

2021-2022 Team: Farjestad (SHL)

GP: 52

G: 5

A: 20

PTS: 25

Donovan Sebrango

Acquired: 2020 round 3 #63 overall

2021-2022 Team: Grand Rapids (AHL)

GP: 65

G: 1

A: 6

PTS: 7

Seth Barton

Acquired: 2018 round 3 #81 overall

2021-2022 Team: Grand Rapids (AHL)

GP: 20

G: 1

A: 5

PTS: 6

Eemil Viro

Acquired: 2020 round 3 #70 overall

2021-2022 Team: TPS (Liiga)

GP: 52

G: 3

A: 4

PTS: 7

Oscar Plandowski

Acquired: 2021 round 5 #155 overall

2021-2022 Team: Charlottetown (QMJHL)

GP: 64

G: 4

A: 13

PTS: 17

Tnias Mathurin

Acquired: 2019 round 5 #137 overall

2021-2022 Team: North Bay (OHL)

GP: 52

G: 5

A: 20

PTS: 25

Forwards (14)

Pasquale Zito, LW/C

The Red Wings have invited 14 forwards to this tournament. Elmer Soderblom and Cross Hanas are signed to entry-level contracts with Detroit and will likely play in Grand Rapids (AHL) to start the season. Kirill Tyutyayev, Drew Worrad, and Trenton Bliss are signed to AHL deals with Grand Rapids (AHL). Pasquale Zito (Niagara, OHL) and Amadeus Lombardi (Flint, OHL) are unsigned drafted prospects who will return to their junior teams. Seven forwards who are free agent invitees will participate in the tournament. They include Riley Piercy (Flint, OHL), Jake Uberti (Free Agent), Marcus Limar Lantz (Sarnia, OHL), Julien Anctil (Sherbrooke, QMJHL), Ivan Ivan (Cape Breton, QMJHL), Jacob Mathieu (Rimouski, QMJHL), and Mitchell Martin (Kitchener, OHL).

Pasquale Zito

Acquired: 2021 round 6 #166 overall

2021-2022 Team: Windsor (OHL)

GP: 49

G: 22

A: 20

PTS: 42

Riley Piercy

2021-2022 Team: Flint (OHL)

GP: 59

G: 27

A: 31

PTS: 58

Jake Uberti

Acquired: Free Agent Invitee

2021-2022 Team: Mississauga/Niagara (OHL)

GP: 52

G: 19

A: 16

PTS: 35

Drew Worrad

Acquired: Free Agent Invitee

2021-2022 Team: Grand Rapids (AHL)

GP: 11

G: 1

A: 3

PTS: 4

Trenton Bliss

Acquired: Free Agent Invitee

2021-2022 Team: Grand Rapids (AHL)

GP: 3

G: 0

A: 0

PTS: 0

Cross Hanas

Acquired: 2020 round 2 #55 overall

2021-2022 Team: Portland (WHL)

GP: 63

G: 26

A: 60

PTS: 86

Amadeus Lombardi

Acquired: 2022 round 4 #113 overall

2021-2022 Team: Flint (OHL)

GP: 67

G: 18

A: 41

PTS: 59

Kirill Tyutyayev

Acquired: 2019 round 7 #190 overall

2021-2022 Team: Grand Rapids (AHL)

GP: 9

G: 0

A: 3

PTS: 3

Marcus Limpar Lantz

Acquired: Free Agent Invitee

2021-2022 Team: Orebro HK (J20 Nationell)

GP: 42

G: 13

A: 24

PTS: 37

Julien Anctil

Acquired: Free Agent Invitee

2021-2022 Team: Sherbrooke (QMJHL)

GP: 67

G: 26

A: 42

PTS: 68

Elmer Soderblom

Acquired: 2019 round 6 #159 overall

2021-2022 Team: Frolunda HC (SHL)

GP: 52

G: 21

A: 12

PTS: 33

Ivan Ivan

Acquired: Free Agent Invitee

2021-2022 Team: Cape Breton (QMJHL)

GP: 65

G: 31

A: 34

PTS: 65

Jacob Mathieu

Acquired: Free Agent Invitee

2021-2022 Team: Rimouski (QMJHL)

GP: 68

G: 23

A: 12

PTS: 35

Mitchell Martin

Acquired: Free Agent Invitee

2021-2022 Team: Kitchener (OHL)

GP: 65

G: 17

A: 23

PTS: 40

Chris Giles

Chris Giles is a former junior hockey player and coach from Canada. He has been a diehard Detroit Red Wings fan for almost 50 years. Chris is an avid golfer who has volunteered at several PGA and Canadian Open Championships throughout North America.

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