Detroit Red Wings
The Daily: Should Jonatan Berggren Get Next Call-Up From Grand Rapids?
Jonatan Berggren reminds the Detroit Red Wings regularly that Joe Veleno isn’t the only top offensive prospect at their minor-league affiliate.
First, he scored the overtime winner in a 6-5 win Friday against the Iowa Wild.
Secondly, Berggren set-up the game winner in Grand Rapids’ 2-1 win Sunday against the Rockford IceHogs. He now has three goals and three assists in nine games for the Griffins.
Last season, Jonatan Berggren was seventh in Swedish scoring. He had 45 points in 49 games for Skelleftea AIK. The 2018 second-round pick never received a true chance to make the Red Wings in training camp. He was injured in the NHL Prospects Tournament in Traverse City.
Elson ➡️ Berggren ➡️ OT Winner! #GoGRG pic.twitter.com/o7PMCpcpcQ
— Grand Rapids Griffins (@griffinshockey) November 6, 2021
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