Detroit Red Winds: Seider-Assist bei Raymonds Rookie-Gala

Moritz Seider stopped the negative run with the Detroit Red Wings. The first bankruptcy of the current season conceded Nico Sturm with the Minnesota Wild.

Congratulations from the bank: Lucas Raymond is celebrating.

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Despite his first goal of the season, Nico Sturm could not prevent the first defeat of the Wild in the still young NHL season. After four successes in a row, Minnesota caught it on Sunday (local time) at home against the Nashville Predators 2: 5 (0: 3, 2: 2, 0: 0). Already after the first third it was 0: 3. The Augsburg storm only managed the final point to 2: 5 (40th) in the second section.

On the other hand, the Detroit Red Wings are back on the road to success. One day after the 1: 6 bankruptcy at the previously winless Montreal Canadiens, the Red Wings won 6: 3 (1: 1, 4: 1, 1: 1) at the Chicago Blackhawks. Defender Moritz Seider prepared Detroit’s sixth goal. It was his fifth assist this season. Goalkeeper Thomas Greiss was not used by the guests.

Raymond in Yzerman’s footsteps

The match winner, however, was his 19-year-old teammate Lucas Raymond, who scored three goals in a game for the first time in his NHL career – and that in only his sixth game in the league. The rookie, picked number four last year, also contributed an assist. “I’ve only played six games in the NHL, so there’s still a lot of adrenaline going on and it’s new to me. I’m just trying to have fun and help the team,” said Raymond. He is only the second teenager in the long history of the Detroit Red Wings with a hat trick – after former superstar and current general manager Steve Yzerman.

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