Red Wings pick Redmond Savage 114th

The Detroit Red Wings traded down from 102nd to 114th overall in the 4th round, and the Red Wings selected forward Redmond Savage:

.@USAHockeyNTDP Forward Red Savage drafted 114th overall to @DetroitRedWings #2021NHLDraft https://t.co/sJdjlvQCDA— Dylan Krill (@dylan_krill) July 24, 2021

At 114 Red Wings pick Redmond Savage, Miami (OH) commit from the NTDP. 5-11 C/W, wore the C at World U18s for the U.S.— Max Bultman (@m_bultman) July 24, 2021

#drwdraft https://t.co/pStWfIjhli— Sarah Lindenau (@Lindy72) July 24, 2021

42 points in 46 games for the NTDP this season— Max Bultman (@m_bultman) July 24, 2021

Per EliteProspects:

With a bit of space down low, Savage is a flashy, occasionally dynamic offensive creator. In transition, he manipulates defenders with hands and feet that transmit different information, eye deception, and nearly unmatched pace. Slip and hook passes, even when moving, and a desire to hunt the high-danger option makes him a set-up threat. And, he’s a threat from mid-range with his mechanically-sound wrister shot. -EliteProspects 2021 NHL Draft Guide

#RedWings take center Redmond Savage in fourth round (No. 114). 5-11, 180. Shoots left. From USNTDP U-18, 45 games, 18-24–42. Scottsdale, Ariz. native.— Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) July 24, 2021

Red Savage to the #RedWings, how appropriate. Dad is Brian Savage, who played for the Canadiens, Coyotes, Blues and Flyers.— Dana Wakiji (@Dwakiji) July 24, 2021

Here’s @scottcwheeler‘s write up on newest Red Wings pick Red Savage — an instant All-Name Team player: https://t.co/c9Juuow2aV pic.twitter.com/I9z6zqe1c3— Max Bultman (@m_bultman) July 24, 2021

What better place to land than Hockeytown 🚗

Can’t wait to have you back in Motown, @Rsavey49 pic.twitter.com/UEizVTkStH— USA Hockey’s NTDP (@USAHockeyNTDP) July 24, 2021

Red Savage Hopes to be the Next NTDP Star from Arizona #drwdraft https://t.co/4NKGdFXYYC— Sarah Lindenau (@Lindy72) July 24, 2021

#drwdraft https://t.co/jV4Uymh9qc— Sarah Lindenau (@Lindy72) July 24, 2021

With the 114th pick in the 2021 #NHLDraft, the #RedWings select center Red Savage.#DRWDraft x #LGRW pic.twitter.com/P1R3TnDbLh— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) July 24, 2021

HE’S A SAVAGE🚨🚨 pic.twitter.com/QF3FLwh9Ia— USA Hockey’s NTDP (@USAHockeyNTDP) July 24, 2021

Did you really think I wasn’t going to write about Red Savage? The story behind the best name in the NHL Draft: https://t.co/ut4WNOPQdK— Sunaya Sapurji (@sunayas) July 24, 2021

#drwdraft https://t.co/gooT6TOIvh— Sarah Lindenau (@Lindy72) July 24, 2021

Interesting must listen to intel explaining why we believe Red Savage @redsavage_ will surpass many of his peers in the next 3/5 years of the NHL developmental time frame window due to the hard to measure “intangibles factor”… // https://t.co/24NqYapsut #DRWDraft— Sarah Lindenau (@Lindy72) July 24, 2021

At 114 Red Wings take Center/LW Redmond “Red” Savage. With a name like Redmond, you just know he’s gonna put some biscuits in the basket! Mickey will like this player lol. Welcome to Detroit. #drwdraft— Ken Kal (@KenKalDRW) July 24, 2021

Red Savage (@Rsavey49)
114th Overall | 4th Round
Forward
NHL: @DetroitRedWings
USHL: @USAHockeyNTDP (40 games, 2019-21)#WhosNext pic.twitter.com/qeVW0bHsYb— USHL (@USHL) July 24, 2021

🔴 He’s Red through and through 🔴#RiseUpRedHawks incoming freshman Red Savage is selected by the @DetroitRedWings in the #NHLDraft!

#NCHCHockey x #LGRW pic.twitter.com/6Aox7EtqLR— The NCHC (@TheNCHC) July 24, 2021

#RedWings keeping with the hometown flavor, taking @Rsavey49 in the fourth round. He’s a Belle Tire and Compuware alum, and a product of @USAHockeyNTDP. pic.twitter.com/yDsWBkesOQ— Michael Caples (@michaelcaples) July 24, 2021

Congratulations @Rsavey49 on being selected as the 114th pick in the 2021 @NHL Draft by the @DetroitRedWings!

📕- https://t.co/avrU9SQoeS#RiseUpRedHawks #LoveAndHonor #MiamiOH #2021NHLDraft— Miami Hockey (@MiamiOH_Hockey) July 24, 2021

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2 thoughts on “Red Wings pick Redmond Savage 114th”

  1. Wow. Another kid from around here. Great tactic in this year of so much guesswork. Go with those you know the best, at least in the later rounds.

  2. Wow. Another kid from around here. Great tactic in this year of so much guesswork. Go with those you know the best, at least in the later rounds. LGRW

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