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by George Malik on 06/23/12 at 12:45 PM ET
Via the Red Wings:
With the 140th overall selection in the 2012 #NHLDraft, your @DetroitRedWings select Michael McKee (D) from the Lincoln Stars.
McKee has committed to Western Michigan University. He is listed at 6’4” and 230 lbs.
You can follow DRW fifth round pick Mike McKee on Twitter at @mikemckee23.
McKee is huge—6’4” and 225 pounds—and NHL.com had him unranked and listed his stats only:
SEASON TEAM LEAGUE GP G A P PIM
2010-2011 KENT SCHOOL HIGH-CT 27 8 15 23 50
2011-2012 LINCOLN USHL 59 2 17 19 237
RWC on McKee:
5-140. D Mike McKee, 6-4, 232, Lincoln (USHL), 59-2-17-19-237. Numbers you need to know that you don’t often see from a Red Wings’ draftee — 6-foot-4, 232 pounds and 237 penalty minutes. Not ranked by Central Scouting, the rugged defenseman plays with a mean streak and is headed to Western Michigan next season in the Red Wings’ back yard.
Here’s the Macomb Daily’s Chuck Pleiness’s take on McKee…
In the fifth round, with the 140th overall pick, the Wings take defenseman Michael McKee from the Lincoln Stars.
McKee has committed to Western Michigan University and is listed at 6-4 and 230 pounds.
And here’s MLive’s Ansar Khan on McKee:
The Detroit Red Wings selected big defenseman Michael McKee of the Lincoln (USHL) in the fifth round (140th overall) of the NHL entry draft at the Consol Energy Center.
McKee has committed to Western Michigan University.
He had 14 goals, 29 points and 127 penalty minutes in 39 games this past season for Lincoln.
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