Prospect round-up: Seider posts first assist, Berggren posts 2 more helpers on a busy day in the SHL, Allsvenskan and Liiga

Of Red Wings prospect-related note from Sweden and Finland:

In the SHL, Matias Brome had an assist, finishing at +1 in 16:37 as Orebro won 3-2 over Oskarshamn IK;

Joe Veleno had 2 shots and won 46% of his faceoffs in 17:09 played as the Malmo Redhawks lost 4-2 to Lulea hockey. Malte Setkov remains sidelined for Malmo with an injury;

Moritz Seider registered an assist and had 3 shots on goal, finishing at +1 in 19:37 played as Rogle BK lost 3-2 to Leksands IF;

Albert Johansson took 2 shots and finished at +1 in 21:10 played as Farjestads BK won 3-0 over the Frolunda Indians. Lucas Raymond had 2 shots and finished even in 14:53 played for Frolunda;

Albin Grewe took a penalty and finished at -1 in 9:28 played as Djurgardens IF won 6-3 over HV71;

And Jonatan Berggren had 2 assists, a shot, and he finished at +1 in 15:15 played as Skelleftea AIK won 3-2 over Linkoping.

Red Wings Prospects on Twitter and Antonj85 posted a clip of one of Berggren’s assists:

In the Swedish Allsvenskan, Gustav Berglund had 4 shots in 14:28 played as Vasteras IK won 3-2 over Almtuna IS. Gustav Lindstrom played a massive 27:30 for Almtuna, finishing at -1, and Filip Larsson stopped 11 of 13 shots but did not finish the game.

Red Wings Prospects on Twitter questioned Almtuna’s director of social media as to what happened with Larsson:

In the Finnish Liiga, Jared McIsaac remains sidelined for HPK, which lost 5-1 to KalPa;

Victor Brattstrom stopped 24 of 28 shots as KooKoo lost 4-1 to Lukko;

Otto Kivenmaki had an assist, finished at +1 and played 17:14 as Assat Pori won 5-3 over Ilves. Kasper Kotkansalo played 19:26 for Assat, finishing at -1;

Later tonight, Kienan Draper’s Chilliwack Chiefs will play against the Surrey Eagles in the BCHL.

Update: UNT.se is reporting that Filip Larsson might have a broken hand, too.

Update #2: Kienan Draper didn’t score as his Chilliwack Chiefs won 5-2 over Surrey.

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