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Wings Will Be Able To Keep An Eye On Prospect Albin Grewe

from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News,

The Red Wings are going to be able to monitor the progress of Albin Grewe a little better next season.

The Swedish prospect, who was a Wings’ 2019 third-round pick, last week signed an Ontario Hockey League contract with the Saginaw Spirit.

So, the Wings can keep tabs on one of their more intriguing prospects with a drive north on I-75.

“He wants to do what he can for his development, and playing more games over here in the best junior league in Canada is definitely going to help his development,” said Shawn Horcoff, the Wings’ director of player development.

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RWBill's avatar

Welcome to Saginaw, a booming city with 50% of the population it had in 1970.

Posted by RWBill on 07/21/20 at 11:08 PM ET

d ca's avatar

Welcome to Saginaw, a booming city with 50% of the population it had in 1970.

Posted by RWBill on 07/21/20 at 11:08 PM ET

It has a mid-sized university with a 60% female ratio—most of which live off-campus. At his age who cares about the declining population of the region.

Posted by d ca on 07/22/20 at 04:33 AM ET

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