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Red Wings Prospects Kasper, Wallinder Leading Rogle Back; Islanders & Flyers Drop Gloves Early and Often

Wings prospects helping Rogle rally

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William Wallinder has nine assists for Rogle this season.

With Detroit Red Wings draft picks Marco Kasper and William Wallinder leading the way, Rogle is enjoying the club’s biggest week of the SHL season.

Tuesday, center Kasper, selected eighth overall by Detroit in the 2022 NHL entry draft, was netting the winner as Rogle rallied from a 2-0 deficit to edge Malmo 3-2.

“We just tried to continue playing our game,” Kasper told SHL.se. “Move the puck quickly and find solutions.”

Defenseman Wallinder, the 32nd pick of the Red Wings in the 2020 draft, assisted on Adam Tambellini’s goal that made it 2-2. Saturday, in a 3-1 win over Lulea, Wallinder drew an assist on Tambellini’s game winner.

It’s been a rough season in the SHL for defending regular season and reigning Champions League winners Rogle. Even after the two victories they are sitting 11th in the 14-team league with 28 points from 20 games.

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Red Wings Next Game

In the fourth game of a five-game homestand, Detroit is playing host to the Buffalo Sabres Wednesday (7 pm ET) at Little Caesars Arena. Buffalo took an 8-3 home decision over the Red Wings on Halloween night.

Hockey Now Network

Philadelphia: There were two fights in the first eight seconds of Tuesday’s Islanders vs Flyers game. Philadelphia Flyers

Islanders: Coach Lane Lambert didn’t think the bad blood from Saturday’s Flyers-Islanders would carry over into Tuesday’s rematch. He was wrong. New York Islanders

Pittsburgh: An illness put defenseman Kris Letang on the shelf for Tuesday’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes. Pittsburgh Penguins

Washington: As he’s chasing Wayne Gretzky’s all-time NHL goals record, Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin is experimenting with a new stick. Washington Capitals

Boston: Defenseman Derek Forobort and forward Trent Frederic were back from injury as the Bruins were facing the Tampa Bay Lightning on Turesday. Boston Bruins

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Montreal: The struggles of the Florida Panthers are of more than passing concern to the Canadiens. The Habs own Florida’s 2023 first round draft pick from last season’s deal that sent current Red Wings defenseman Ben Chiarot to the Panthers. Montreal Canadiens

Florida: As he was returning to Calgary with the Panthers on Tuesday, former Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk was saying that he’s closed the book on his time there. Florida Panthers

Colorado: Are the Avalanche interested in Chicago forward Patrick Kane? Colorado Avalanche

Dallas: The Stars are giving center Roope Hintz an eight-year extension. Dallas Stars

Vegas: After scoring seven goals in Noevember, Will Carrier is the Vegas Hockey Now Golden Knights player of the month. Vegas Golden Knights

San Jose: As the Sharks made a road trip through Eastern Canada, a throng of reporters in each city is grilling Eric Karlsson about the chances that he’ll be traded by San Jose. San Jose Sharks

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