On Kaden Fulcher’s rookie season ‘By the Numbers’

DetroitRedWings.com’s Arthur J. Regner examines prospect netminder Kaden Fulcher’s 2018-2019 campaign “By the Numbers” this morning. Regner examines Fulcher’s stats from his rookie season, which was spent with the ECHL’s Toledo Walleye, and Wings goaltending coach Brian Mahoney-Wilson weighs in on Fulcher as well:

“In his 28 starts in Toledo, it was a step forward in his development. Maybe he didn’t want to finish the year the way he had with numbers per se, but he had a good record. He came up a couple practices in Grand Rapids, I worked with him closely there, worked with him probably 30 times in Toledo heading down there throughout the year. I expect more from him in the summer, make sure I give him the right drills and tools with his goalie coach so that he comes and gives Filip Larsson a push come camp time. Definitely saw improvement with Kaden’s game. He’s ready to make that next push so that he can try to earn a spot in Grand Rapids.”


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