The NCAA released the Hobey Baker Award long list on late Tuesday and two Detroit Red Wings draft picks were representing the team among the contenders for the award that goes to the besty player in college hockey.
Sophomore forward Carter Mazur (70th overall, 2021) of the reigning NCAA champion Denver Pioneers is on the list. Mazur is currently tied for second in the nation with 17 goals in 26 games.
Carter Mazur got the scoring started with his 17th goal of the season. pic.twitter.com/3Ae8L5HOe0
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Also gaining recognition was Arizona State Sun Devils senior forward Robert Mastrosimone (54th overall, 2019). He’s in his first season with the Sun Devils afer transferring from the Boston Terriers. Mastrosimone is averaging a point per game this season, showing 8-19-27 totals through 27 games.
Red Wings In Case You Missed It
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- Since making the switch from center, Michael Rasmussen is looking at home on the wing for the Red Wings
- One down, two to go in three must-win games for Detroit
- Former Red Wings forward Darren McCarty says GM Steve Yzerman is willing to let captain Dylan Larkin was as a UFA
- Could the Seattle Kraken and the Red Wings be NHL trade deadline partners?
Red Wings Next Game
Detroit is beginning a two-game road trip at the Bell Center against the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday. The Red Wings are 3-10-2 in their last 15 games played at Montreal.
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San Jose: David Quinn, coach of the San Jose Sharks, felt his team feel asleep at the switch on the winning goal in Tuesday’s 3-2 OT loss to the Red Wings.
Colorado: With a 3-2 victory over Washington, the Colorado Avalanche have now won six games in a row.
Vegas: Logan Thompson, goalie for the Vegas Golden Knights, is blaming himself for their latest loss.
Calgary: Darryl Sutter, coach of the Calgary Flames, sought to explain what were perceived as dismissive comments regarding the NHL debut of Flames forward Jakob Pelletier.
Islanders: Maybe it’s time the New York Islanders were enrolling in finishing school, because they just can’t score.
Montreal: The Montreal Canadiens were welcoming goalie Jake Allen back from injury.
Washington: The good news? Captain Alex Ovechkin was back from injury for the Washington Capitals. The bad news? Forward Tom Wilson is hurt.
Florida: As the Florida Panthers play host to this year’s NHL All-Star Skills competition, the players will be hitting the beach and the golf course.
Pittsburgh: Mike Chiasson, EBUG for the Pittsburgh Penguins, wound up dressing for Tuesday’s game against the Florida Panthers as backup to Casey DeSmith following a late injury to Tristan Jarry.
Boston: Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak were leading the way as the Boston Bruins beat Montreal.
Philadelphia: Center Kevin Hayes and Philadelphia Flyers coach John Tortorella insist there’s no friction between the pair.