Simon Edvinsson will be a star on the Red Wings’ blue line for years to come. He is talented, intelligent, big, poised, skilled, and a strong skater. But I don’t think this year will be his breakout year.
The start of the 2022-23 regular season is right around the corner, and the Detroit Red Wings are coming off of an eventful offseason. There were a lot of new names picked up via free agency and trades, but there were also a handful of names leaving the roster.
The Detroit Red Wings have kicked off their training camp proceedings in preparation for the 2022-23 season. And one of the most intriguing names fighting for a roster spot is last year’s sixth overall pick, Simon Edvinsson.
Nothing like some good ole predictions with training camp starting up Despite a 2021-22 season full of ups and downs, the Detroit Red Wings are headed into next season with a better lineup of players they know they can count on to produce.
Two weeks ago, Detroit Red Wings forward Jakub Vrana was a guest on Sportsnet’s “32 Thoughts Podcast” with Elliotte Friedman and Jeff Marek. Almost eight minutes in, Marek led his next question simply with, “Dylan Larkin.” Like a reflex, Vrana instantly smiled at the mention of the Red Wings’ captain.
Welcome to the 2022-23 season preview as brought to you by Betway Sports. We’ll be taking a dive into each team’s offseason and what their Stanley Cup odds are for next season from the worst odds to the best.
Restricted free-agent forward Filip Zadina signed a three-year contract with the Detroit Red Wings on Friday. The deal has an average annual value of $1.825 million for Zadina, who is coming off his three-year, entry-level contract with the Red Wings.