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Recap Of Detroit’s Picks From Rounds 2-7

Blog: The Malik Report By Paul

DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings today made 10 selections during the second day of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft at the United Center in Chicago. The Red Wings added defenseman Gustav Lindstrom in the second round (38th overall) before selecting four times in the third round, picking up defenseman Kasper Kotkansalo (71st overall), center Lane Zablocki (79th overall), center Zach Gallant (83rd overall) and goaltender Keith Petruzzelli (88th overall). In the fourth round, the Red Wings selected defenseman Malte Setkov (100th overall) and tabbed defenseman Cole Fraser in the fifth round (131st overall), right wing Jack Adams (162nd overall) and defenseman Reilly Webb (164th overall) in the sixth round and center Brady Gilmour in the seventh round (193rd overall).

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7th round: Red Wings wrap up draft with Brady Gilmour, drafted 193rd overall

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

The Red Wings drafted 11 players over the course of the 2017 draft, and the 10th player they picked on Day 2 was Brady Gilmour from the Saginaw Spirit, drafted 193rd overall.

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6th round: Red Wings pick Jack Adams 162nd, Reilly Webb 164th

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With the 162nd and 164th picks in the 6th round of the NHL draft, the Red Wings picked Jack Adams and Reilly Webb:

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5th round: Red Wings pick Cole Fraser 131st overall

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With the 131st pick in the NHL draft, the Red Wings picked defenseman Cole Fraser:

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4th round: Red Wings select Malte Setkov 100th overall

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With the 100th overall pick in the 4th round of the NHL draft, the Red Wings selected Malte Sekov:

From EliteProspects.com:

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3rd round: Red Wings draft four players: Kotkansalo, Zablocki, Gallant, Petruzzelli

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In the 3rd round, the Detroit Red Wings had 4 picks--71, 79, 83 and 88--and here are the players the Wings picked with their selections:

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Travis Hamonic Headed to Calgary

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added 11:23am,

 

added 11:37am,

 

added 11:46am, Calgary release is below...

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2nd round: Red Wings draft Gustav Lindstrom 38th overall

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

With the 38th overall selection in the 2nd round of the 2017 draft, the Red Wings picked Gustav Lindstrom:

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Draft Order For Rounds 2-7

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CHICAGO (June 24, 2017) -- Following is the order of selection for Rounds 2-7 of the 2017 NHL Draft presented by adidas today at United Center in Chicago (10 a.m., ET/ 9 a.m., CT, NHL Network, Sportsnet).

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T.J. Oshie On His New Deal

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from Isabelle Khurshudyan of the Wasnington Post,

The 33-goal scorer was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent July 1. This deal will run until Oshie is 38. According to CapFriendly.com, Oshie’s deal includes a modified no-trade clause in all eight years. In the first four years, Oshie has a 15-team list of places he can’t be traded to, and in the final four years, it’s a 10-team list. Oshie said “there’s a very slim chance” he’ll be going through this free agency process again, indicating he could finish his career with the Capitals.

“Term was something we were very interested in,” Oshie said. “… Security is one thing. I’ve played on a couple one-year deals before this, and just the certainty of having the security and not having to worry about it, just play your game and working on winning games instead of getting points or getting goals. It’s nice to just approach the game to win.”...

“I feel like my game almost got freed up,” Oshie said. “It was a new opportunity for me to kind of take back a little bit more of that offensive side of the game. Luckily, I’m a right shot, so I fit in pretty well on the power play. I feel like we’ve had a lot of chemistry going with Ovi and Nick. I mean, you can almost put anyone out there with those two guys and they’re going to put points on the board.

“Just all around, I felt so comfortable and so welcomed in Washington. Honestly, I felt freed up to go out there and play the game that I wanted to play, and I think it fit in well with the team structure.”

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