19 Notions is a new monthly series I’m rolling out here on Red Wings Pipeline. These posts will provide updates, speculation, and general feelings towards the state of the Red Wings’ system and its prospects.
Welcome to my first midseason ranking of the Detroit Red Wings top 20 prospects. In this updated look at the Wings prospect pipeline, you’ll notice three new faces, a couple of graduations, and a new-look top 5.
19 Notions will provide updates, speculation, and general feelings towards the state of the Red Wings’ system and its prospects.
It’s time to recap the performances of the 7 Red Wings prospects who participated at the 2021 World Juniors.
The Red Wings, as expected, will be well-represented with 7 prospects competing at the 2021 IIHF World Juniors in Edmonton next week.
Lucas Raymond is the Detroit Red Wings’ #1 prospect. It won’t be long before the Swede is contributing at the NHL level.
With the 2020 NHL Entry Draft in the rearview mirror, it’s time to take a look at Red Wings Pipeline’s first annual Red Wings Prospect Rankings.
Prospects from the 2018-2020 drafts will play huge roles in determining exactly how long the Red Wings rebuild will last.
How did Steve Yzerman, Kris Draper, and the Detroit Red Wings fare in the 2020 draft? Find out here in our Red Wings 2020 draft review.