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Friday Prospects -- The Juniors

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Junior hockey. Is there anything so exciting? Well, most likely there are many things more exciting than junior hockey. But I'd like to think those who have had the pleasure of experiencing junior...

Friday Prospects -- The 2009 Trio

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Welcome to the third installment of Friday Prospects. This is a weekly look around the wonderful hockey world, profiling three semi-randomly chosen Red Wings prospects to be detailed and analyzed,...

Fischer made the transition from the Czech Republic to Quebec when he started his major junior...

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Fischer made the transition from the Czech Republic to Quebec when he started his major junior hockey career in 1997. As a result, he understands what Nestrasil is going through and has already been a big help to his fellow countryman. "He’s from Czech Republic like me so in that case it will be way easier for me," Nestrasil said. "We spoke right after the draft and at the dinner for team stuff. Here, when he saw me on the ice and do something wrong, he come up and tell me how to do it right." Both Fischer and Nestrasil look forward to working together over the next few years as Nestrasil works to develop into an NHL player. "I’m really excited to work with him next year and work on his skating," Fischer said. "He needs to work on taking pucks to the net and just on every young guy, living hockey and being professional, being ready, and having good habits all the time."

-- DetroitRedWings.com I conducted an 11-minute interview with Detroit's third round pick, Andrej Nestrasil, earlier today. The quote above is just an excerpt of an article I did on the power forward.
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My Detroit Red Wings 2009 Draft Review

Hi everyone, I just posted my review for the Detroit Red Wings 2009 draft at Bleacher Report. I believe the Wings did a great job this time and I continue to be amazed at just how well our scouts...

Detroit Red Wings 2009 NHL Entry Draft Review

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The Detroit Red Wings made seven draft picks in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft and Winging It In Motown reviews the selections.

2009 NHL Draft: Detroit Red Wings select Adam Almqvist in seventh round

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The Detroit Red Wings select Adam Almqvist with their last pick (210th overall) in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft.

2009 NHL Draft: Detroit Red Wings select Mitchell Callahan in sixth round

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With the No. 180 pick (sixth round), the Detroit Red Wings select right winger Mitchell Callahan of the Kelowna Rockets (WHL).

2009 NHL Draft: Detroit Red Wings select Nick Jensen in fifth round

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The Detroit Red Wings use their fifth round pick (150th overall) to draft defenseman Nick Jensen.

2009 NHL Draft: Detroit Red Wings select Gleason Fournier in third round

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The Detroit Red Wings use a third round pick (90th overall) to grab Gleason Fournier, the first defenseman they took in the draft.

2009 NHL Draft: Detroit Red Wings select Andrej Nestrasil in third round

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The Detroit Red Wings take Andrej Nestrasil with the 75th overall pick (third round).

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