With the 134th pick in the 2021 Draft, the Red Wings selected Liam Dower Nilsson:
With the No. 134 pick in the 2021 #NHLDraft, the Detroit Red Wings select C Liam Dower Nilsson of Frolunda.
Dower Nilsson was ranked at No. 121. https://t.co/DbH7AeFJUR— FCHockey (@FCHockey) July 24, 2021
Frolunda may as well open an academy in Michigan.— Corey Pronman (@coreypronman) July 24, 2021
Red Wings pick at 134 is Liam Dower Nilsson, centerman from — you guessed it — Frölunda— Max Bultman (@m_bultman) July 24, 2021
Liam Dower Nilsson with beautiful assist for Hanhals at a Division 1 senior game yesterday. Many of Frölunda juniors now plays for Hanhals. https://t.co/gSXBeTwDez— Red Line Report (@daredlinereport) March 2, 2021
#RedWings take center Liam Dower Nilsson in fifth round (No. 134). 6-0, 172. Frolunda Junior team. That’s six players from the Frolunda program they’ve drafted the past three years.— Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) July 24, 2021
Liam Dower Nilsson är den andra Frölundaspelaren ut i årets draft, även han tingas av Detroit Red Wings – som nummer 134 totalt.
Grattis, Liam! pic.twitter.com/a7frlCiFLn— Frölunda Indians (@frolunda_hc) July 24, 2021
Red Wings go to Frolunda again and take forward Liam Dower-Nilsson at 134.
He’s a good two-way player with enough gusto in the O-zone to actually present some decent upside at this stage of the draft #LGRW— nolan bianchi (@nolanbianchi) July 24, 2021
Det är alltså åtta ex-@frolunda_hc-spelare som numera tillhör @DetroitRedWings:
Dower Nilsson.— Johan Rylander 🇸🇪 (@rylanderjohan) July 24, 2021
#RedWings first fifth-round pick, Liam Dower Nilsson is best friends with top pick Simon Edvinsson. They were together last night when Edvinsson was selected and he told his friend he hoped the Wings drafted him, too. Lots of familiarity between Wings picks this year.— Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) July 24, 2021
Liam Dower Nilsson says he and Simon Edvinsson are best friends. Edvinsson was with him watching the draft, and every time Detroit picked someone else, Edvinsson would go “Ahhh come on, pick Liam.”
Now, they’re in the same NHL organization.
“It was a true moment of happiness.”— Max Bultman (@m_bultman) July 24, 2021