It’s hard to imagine that anyone outside of Ferris Bueller enjoys his time in Chicago as much as Detroit Red Wings forward Lucas Raymond does. And In Raymond’s case, he never takes a day off when he’s in the Windy City.
In Saturday’s 3-0 NHL preseason win at Chicago, Raymond scored once and set up Detroit’s two other goals. It was his first appearance at the United Center since October 24, 2021. On that night, Raymond tallied a hat-trick and added an assist as the Red Wings were 6-3 winners over the Blackhawks.
Going, going, GOAL.
3rd point of the night for Lucas Raymond! pic.twitter.com/LsCyv3PkPO
— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) October 2, 2022
That was Raymond’s sixth NHL regular-season game. Speaking of the NHL regular season, Raymond and the Red Wings will be back in Chicago to face the Blackhawks on Oct. 21.
Red Wings In Case You Missed It
- The Red Wings are hopeful that assistant coach Bob Boughner can implement the elite penalty kill that he deployed in San Jose
- Former Red Wings goalie Gilles Boisvert is dead at the age of 89
- Detroit among NHL teams facing difficult roster decisions
- Taking stock of the Red Wings during the NHL preseason
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Pittsburgh: Former Detroit defenseman Xavier Ouellet among 15 players sent to AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton by Penguins. Pittsburgh Penguins
Boston: Bruins left-winger Taylor Hall is listing as week-to-week with an upper-body injury. Boston Bruins
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Hockey Now writer Sam Carchidi wonders if the Flyers are as bad as they’ve looked during the NHL preseason. Philadelphia Flyers
Islanders: Good friends off the ice, Kieffer Bellows and Oliver Wahlstrom are in a battle for the final forward spot on the Islanders. New York Islanders
Washington: Former Detroit defenseman Dylan McIlrath was placed on waivers by the Capitals. Washington Capitals
Florida: Offseason moves by the Panthers are giving defenseman Brandon Montour a shot at a place on the club’s first power-play unit. Florida Panthers
Colorado: Alex Newhook looks to have won the battle to earn the second-line center spot abandoned by Nazem Kadri. Colorado Avalanche
Vegas: There are eight players in camp who figure to make the Golden Knights and are entering their contract year. Vegas Golden Knights
San Jose: Rookie forwards Thomas Bordeleau and William Eklund are both part of the Sharks roster heading to Europe for season-opening games on Oct. 7 and 8 in Prague. San Jose Sharks
Dallas: Stars coach Peter DeBoer says he needs to see more from Thomas Harley if the defenseman wants to crack the roster. Dallas Stars
Montreal: A Red Wings forward last season, center Mitchell Stephens is expected to be part of the next round of cuts from the Canadiens. Montreal Canadiens
Calgary: Defenseman Michael Stone is seeking on spot on the Flames blueline from a PTO for the second successive training camp. Calgary Flames