With the 155th pick in the 2011 Draft, the Red Wings drafted Oscar Plandowski:
With the No. 155 pick in the 2021 #NHLDraft, the Detroit Red Wings select D Oscar Plandowski of Charlottetown.
He was ranked at No. 99 at FCHockey. https://t.co/AU9mNPcygN— FCHockey (@FCHockey) July 24, 2021
Red Wings pick defenseman Oscar Plandowski, RHD from the QMJHL, at 155— Max Bultman (@m_bultman) July 24, 2021
With their second fifth-round pick (No. 155), #RedWings took defenseman Oscar Plandowski of Charlottetown (QMJHL). 6-0, 190, right shot. 39 games, 5-12–17. One pick remaining at 166.— Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) July 24, 2021
Oscar’s mother, Jill Plandowski, is a renowned power skating coach that’s worked with the likes of Drake Batherson (Ottawa), Jared McIssac (Detroit) and Ethan Phillips (Detroit). @jplandowski #LGRW
(per @TheHockeyWriter) https://t.co/QEkUBIMcr4— Ryan Hana (@RyanHanaWWP) July 24, 2021
Oscar Plandowski goes to #lgrw at pick 155. The right shot Plandowski has some offensive potential after transitioning to D after being a forward in his youth. Skating is his strength and he has been able to leverage that skill to find success in the #QMJHL. @FCHockey— Shaun Richardson (@SDRscouting) July 24, 2021