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Red Wings make their final three selections in the 2019 NHL draft: D Gustav Berglund at pick 177, LW Kirill Tyutyayev at pick 190, and G Carter Gylander at pick 191.

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Here’s what we know:

Gustav Berglund

Vitals

Position: D
Shoots: R
Born: Jan 8, 2001
Height: 6’2”
Weight: 194 lbs

Stats

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What are other people saying?

Here’s what Future Considerations says:

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Here’s what The Draft Analyst says:

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Quick Analysis

These picks are going to be really hard to analyze because they’re likely to all be players who there isn’t a lot about online. Another right shot D, which I’m on board with. Numbers look pretty good. I’m going to give this one a thumbs up.

Video

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Kirill Tyutyayev

Vitals

Position: LW
Shoots: L
Born: Aug 8, 2000
Height: 5’9”
Weight: 146 lbs

Stats

Prashanth’s Model

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What are other people saying?

Here’s what Future Considerations says:

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Here’s what The Draft Analyst says:

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Quick Analysis

This looks like another potential home run swing in the 7th round. Tyutyayev tore up the MHL, scoring a point a game. He will play in the KHL next year. Kyle agrees with me that this is a potential late round gem.

Plus, we can play this on the Jumbotron when he scores:

Video

Found a little video on him:

Carter Gylander

Vitals

Position: G
Catches: L
Born: June 5, 2001
Height: 6’5”
Weight: 172 lbs

Stats

Prashanth’s Model

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What are other people saying?

Ranked 174th: While he is a lanky goaltender, Gylander plays strong and takes a systematic approach to the position and is very technical. He makes tough lateral saves look easy due to his reach and quick feet. His athleticism allows him to avoid excessive scrambling to make follow-up stops while keeping his frame angled properly to the shot. He gets out on top of his crease and keeps a good low posture, which deters opponents from taking low shots. He plays with a cool and collected demeanor when facing long-range shots and shows good tendencies to swallow pucks far and near, forcing his opponents to make the first move so he can react accordingly to make the save. He’s strong off the post and keeps his angles in check, pushing off strong and altering his position as play moves around. His size allows him to use his blocker and trapper to effectively to cover the high portions of the net. Selected to play in the 2019 CJHL Top Prospects game for Team West, he played the final 30 minutes of the game and stopped 16 of 17 shots he faced. He will return to play for the AJHL’s Sherwood Park Crusaders next season before embarking upon his college career with the Colgate University Raiders for the 2020-21 campaign. He has a solid foundation to build upon and should be able to continue his progression to advance to higher levels of hockey.

Here’s what The Draft Analyst says:

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Quick Analysis

Ranked 10th by NHL Central scouting for NA goalies, I’m always on board with taking a flier on a goalie here. The writeup in Future Considerations sounds like he is a promising goalie prospect.

Video

I couldn’t find any video of value on him. If you do, please put it in the comments.


Thanks for reading our draft coverage. Kyle is going to have a recap article going up soon.

To close out, it looks like we have to pour one out for Tag Bertuzzi, who I thought was for sure going to be Detroit’s last pick.