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Mo Seider Is Popular In Germany

from Bob Duff of Detroit Hockey Now,

If you think Moritz Seider’s season for the Detroit Red Wings means a lot to the team, you’d be right. But it pales in comparison to the reception Seider is receiving as he prepares to lead his country into battle at the IIHF World Championship tournament.

In Germany, Seider is kind of a big deal.

The national media is citing Seider as the most exciting and even more significantly, the most important player on Germany’s roster.

“Mo is a phenomenon for me,” German captain Moritz Müller told German website n-tv.de....

His German teammates rave about Seider’s abilities. He’s the complete package they believe, capable of doing it all from the back end.

“Beast Mode!” was the descriptive veteran German goalie Philipp Grubauer of the Seattle Kraken applied to Seider’s skillset.


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I’m still waiting for Mo to reveal who he considers to be the most influential coach to date….

Posted by pnwwing on 05/12/22 at 11:18 AM ET

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