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The Daily: Donovan Sebrango Continues to Make the Red Wings Notice Him



Donovan Sebrango continues to play steady and dependable hockey for the Grand Rapids Griffins

Detroit Red Wings prospect defenseman Donovan Sebrango posted a pair of assists in the Grand Rapids Griffins’ 5-4 win against the Texas Stars on Friday.

The two teams play again today.

Donovan Sebrango, a third-round pick in 2020, is maturing into a player worth watching. He’s not going to be an elite puck moving blue liner. But he could become the dependable two-way guy you can win with. He doesn’t back down from anyone. After 13 games, he’s leading the Griffins with a +7 plus-minus.

He drew the Red Wings’ attention last season when he joined the Griffins a few months after he was drafted.  Not only did he look comfortable, he turned out to be quite useful for the Griffins. He’s still only 19 and could have 110-115 AHL games on his resume by the end of this season.

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Around the NHL

Detroit: Red Wings defenseman Moritz Seider ready to play Saturday against Arizona after taking a shot off the knee in Vegas.

Also, Bob Duff of Detroit Hockey writes about the alarming nature of the Red Wings’ defensive play.

New York: The Islanders continue to find adversity. Anders Lee, Ross Johnston are in Covid protocol.

Colorado: Coach Jared Bednar signed two-year contract extension  with the Avalanche through 2023-2024.

Vegas: Paul Cotter, Jake Leschyshyn, or Jonas Rondbjerg; who keeps a roster spot?

Edmonton: Oilers place Nurse, Koekoek on IR, Goalie Mike Smith heads to LTIR.

Montreal: Can the Canadiens land a first-round pick for Ben Chiarot?

Vancouver: Canucks win 3-2 at home over the Winnipeg Jets; What’s Brock Boeser’s impact?

Calgary: Flames’ key players are also making franchise’s future uncertain. (CHN+)

Toronto: Incresated Power play production has fueled the Maple Leafs.

Also,  Five Takeaways – Jack Campbell is Leafs’ Most Valuable Player, Holl, Muzzin, Ritchie improving.