UPDATED: Red Wings lose defenseman Dennis Cholowski in the Seattle expansion draft


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Who did the Red Wings protect?

General manager Steve Yzerman decided to protect goaltender Thomas Greiss, defensemen Filip Hronek, Nick Leddy, Gustav Lindstrom and forwards Dylan Larkin, Robby Fabbri, Tyler Bertuzzi, Jakub Vrana, Adam Erne, Michael Rasmussen and Givani Smith. Sports IllustratedIs Red Wings Defenseman Dennis Cholowski a Bust?

When is the NHL Draft 2021?

The Tampa Bay Lightning are Stanley Cup Champions, meaning the offseason can officially begin. The Seattle Expansion Draft is underway and the new team will have their roster announced on Wednesday, July 21st. Once that's done, the 2021 NHL Draft will get underway on July 23rd and 24th. Pension Plan Puppets2021 NHL Draft Order: all seven rounds and where the Leafs pick

What time is the Kraken expansion draft?

The Kraken expansion draft is set for 5 p.m. PT at Seattle's Gas Works Park, which sits at the north end of Lake Union in the middle of the city. The AthleticNHL Expansion Draft: Live mocks, picks, predictions, start time, leaks as Seattle Kraken add to their roster

Who did Seattle Kraken pick in the expansion draft?

11:45 a.m. — Seattle has perhaps found its first captain in 37-year-old Mark Giordano, plucked from new Pacific Dvision rival Flames. BREAKING - I can confirm that the Seattle Kraken have chosen Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano as their pick at the Expansion Draft, to be announced this evening. Sporting NewsSeattle Kraken roster tracker: Latest updates, rumors on 2021 NHL Expansion Draft picks

Dear Red Wings: 5 things Moritz Seider said on John Scott podcast

WDIV ClickOnDetroit 21 July, 2021 - 08:02pm

The 20-year-old Detroit Red Wings prospect out of Germany sounds impressive. He has a certain charm to him, and he definitely sounds more mature than 20. Steve Yzerman has warned us not to get too high on Seider heading into what could very well be his rookie season with the Red Wings, but that’s going to be impossible.

After a year of watching his highlights from the Swedish Hockey League, seeing his skill and physicality on full display at a high level, I am sold. I think we all are, and I am sure Yzerman is just as excited despite his cautious demeanor.

Here are my notes from the “Dropping the Gloves” podcast interview -- and yes, Scott asked him precisely about fighting:

“I’m really happy to be in Detroit. Is there any other team with better history? I don’t think so. Is there a cooler place to wear the Winged Wheel on your chest than in Little Caesars Arena? I think it’s hard to beat. So I’m just super happy to be a Red Wings at some point, hopefully in October,” said Seider.

He signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Red Wings in 2019.

You can check out the full episode here:

Just look at him #LGRW pic.twitter.com/lDDHOnrAQj

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