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Duffer’s Dabbles: Detroit Red Wings Prospect Sebastian Cossa Doing It All



Sebastian Cossa, Detroit Red Wings prospect
In his season debut with the WHL's Edmonton Oil Kings, Detroit Red Wings 2021 first-round draft pick Sebastien Cossa made 35 saves and collected an assist.

One game into the Western Hockey League season, Detroit Red Wings prospect Sebastian Cossa is doing at all for the Edmonton Oil Kings. The Oil Kings stopped the Red Deer Rebels 4-1 on Friday night at Rogers Arena in their WHL season bow.

Cossa, selected 15th overall by the Red Wings in the 2021 NHL entry draft, stopped 35 of 36 shots in the game. That’s leaving the 6-foot-6, 215-pound netminder with an impressive .972 save percentage.

As well, Sebastian Cossa collected an assist on Edmonton’s second goal by Jacob Boucher. He’s sitting fifth on the team in scoring.

“It was really good,” Cossa told of his time in Red Wings camp. “Just being around there for the two weeks, being around pros for that long, I think I took a lot of things coming into this season. Just practice habits and off-ice habits, I really took away from it. I’m coming here and I’m prepared to use that to keep my body feeling better and have a good year.”

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