via Ansar Khan tweets,
Lalonde said Hellberg will start tomorrow and Husso on Sunday.
Lalonde said no time frame on Fabbri’s return but expected back this season.
Winged Wheel featuring Dylan Larkin
Did not see that coming a week ago.
Playing with Krejci and Pastrnak can add couple of millions to Bert new contract
Embrace the dive!
from Kevin Allen of Detroit Hockey Now,
Many NHL prospects initially draw attention because of what they can do with 75 feet in the offensive zone. Miami center Red Savage may play for the Detroit Red Wings someday because of what he does with the other 125 feet of an NHL ice sheet.
“To me, he’s the 200-foot player that every team needs,” said former NHL goaltender John Vanbiesbrouck who oversees USA Hockey national teams.
Vanbiesbrouck watched Savage grow up in the U.S program and appreciates that Savage takes pride in being a full service player. He works and thrives at the sport’s less glamorous roles.
“He can be very aggressive on the forecheck and in the neutral zone it’s not a problem for him to have the puck and make a play,” Vanbiesbrouck said. “In the D zone, that’s probably where he probably excels the most. He kills a lot of plays, really bears down taking draws.”
Savage’s Miami team plays Game 1 of a National Collegiate Hockey Conference playoff series against Denver tonight. Red Wings prospects Carter Mazur and Shai Buium play for the Pioneers.
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