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In Red Wings Land

Red Wings pleased with prospects’ late-season flourish | Detroit News

Albert Johansson, defenseman, Farjestad (Sweden): The 2019 second-round pick played for one of the Sweden’s best teams and was getting plenty of ice time, ending things with five points in his final four games.

The speculation that the Wings might be getting a steal with Johansson, considering where they selected him, appears to be correct.

“He really did (have a good season),” Horcoff said. “We’re very happy to get him where we did in the draft. He’s such a great, elite skater. As the season went on, he flourished with more ice time.”

The Red Wings need all the steals they can get.


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Around the League

Dreger: If NHL returns, not unreasonable that games could be played into September | TSN

The National Hockey League continues to look into scenarios which could see the season salvaged as the Board of Governors held a conference call on Monday. TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger explains what those plans could look like, including playing into September, and reveals how an infectious disease consultant gave ‘a reality check’ to the BOGs.

Dang... September is really late.