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Open Post- Game 2 Of The Prospect Tournament

Puck drop is 7pm ET and the stream is scheduled to begin at 6:40pm.

Sebastian Cossa is scheduled to start in goal for the Wings against the St. Louis Blues.

 

YouTube version.  Or, below.

 

 

The stream below is via DetroitRedWings.com

 

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Hippy Dave's avatar

The stream’s not working… any YT links?

Posted by Hippy Dave from Somewhere West of Detroit on 09/18/21 at 07:38 PM ET

Hippy Dave's avatar

Found it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpprwl34F8o

Posted by Hippy Dave from Somewhere West of Detroit on 09/18/21 at 07:39 PM ET

Royal Grand Exalted PooBah's avatar

Cossa in net and not looking good so far. No replays so far tonight which sucks.

Posted by Royal Grand Exalted PooBah from the basement of the Alamo on 09/18/21 at 07:49 PM ET

ilovehomers's avatar

Raymond goal

https://mobile.twitter.com/RyanHanaWWP/status/1439369936053342210

Posted by ilovehomers on 09/18/21 at 08:01 PM ET

Royal Grand Exalted PooBah's avatar

I haven’t seen much from Tyuts tonight. Veleno looks great tonight. Cossa looked better in the second.

Posted by Royal Grand Exalted PooBah from the basement of the Alamo on 09/18/21 at 08:40 PM ET

Hippy Dave's avatar

Cossa’s stinkin’ it up out there….

Posted by Hippy Dave from Somewhere West of Detroit on 09/18/21 at 09:14 PM ET

damndog revenge   From the bowels of Detroit's avatar

Oh boy. 5 goals

Posted by damndog revenge From the bowels of Detroit on 09/18/21 at 09:14 PM ET

ilovehomers's avatar

Lucas Raymond x2

https://mobile.twitter.com/RyanHanaWWP/status/1439396735470682115

Posted by ilovehomers on 09/18/21 at 09:48 PM ET

Paul's avatar

Ken Kal with a short recap, Blues win 5-2.

Raymond with both Red Wings goals tonight.  Wings allow 3ppg’s, Cossa played whole game in goal. Berggren injured left after the first. Curry also hurt. Sebrango fought Guy. Chippy physical game. Detroit is 1-1 in the tournament & play Columbus tomorrow at 6pm.

Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 09/18/21 at 09:55 PM ET

Paul's avatar

Watch coach Simon post-game.

Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 09/18/21 at 10:31 PM ET

Paul's avatar

Kevin Allen of Detroit Hockey Now,

The Detroit Red Wings lost 5-2 to the St. Louis Blues in a chippy,  physical game at the NHL Prospects Tournament Saturday night.  Here are five takeaways from that contest.

Everybody Loves Raymond
The Red Wings’ prize forward prospect, the No. 4 overall pick in the 2020 draft, scored twice to give him three goals in two games. He was dynamic in his first game of the tournament and he showed more magic in this game. Raymond played the entire two minutes of two Red Wings’ power plays. What he showed against St. Louis was an ability to stickhandle in traffic and release his shot quickly.

This is rookie tournament competition, not the NHL. But just seeing how far he has come in the past year gives rise to the thought that he has a realistic chance at making the Red Wings.

Berggren’s Injury Hurt
The line of Jonatan Berggren, Joe Veleno and Raymond was vibrant in their first four periods together, and then Berggren left the game with an undisclosed injury. Coach Ben Simon had no update. If he is out for an extended period, it would certainly hamper his chances of making the Red Wings.

continued

Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 09/18/21 at 10:50 PM ET

Chris in Hockey Hell's avatar

I see that the St. Louis prospects are just as dirty and cheap as the guys on the big club.

Posted by Chris in Hockey Hell from Ann Arbor, MI but LIVING in Columbia, TN on 09/18/21 at 10:52 PM ET

Paul's avatar

from The Malik Report,

Oh, man, this was a frustrating one.

The Detroit Red Wings’ prospects dropped a 5-2 decision to the St. Louis Blues on Saturday night, and it was a difficult night all around for the Red Wings’ youngsters, who stand at 1-and-1 going into tomorrow’s tournament finale opposite the Columbus Blue Jackets (6 PM EDT on the Red Wings’ YouTube channel).

Despite Lucas Raymond’s pair of goals, Sebastian Cossa, perhaps as expected, had a bit of a bumpy outing as the big, mean and talented Blues pounded upon the Wings from the opening faceoff, and the Blues built up a 3-1 first-period lead that they would never relinquish as Cossa found his sea legs.

Things got worse for the Wings in the injury department as Jonatan Berggren and Patrick Curry took heavy hits and left the ice in pain, with Berggren finishing out the first period and then sitting out the rest of the game. Joe Veleno at least told the media that he was going to speak with Berggren post-game, but coach Ben Simon had no updates on the prized center…

continued with comments on the players too…

Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 09/19/21 at 07:42 AM ET

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