Here are the Red Wings and Blue Jackets’ rosters for tonight’s prospect tournament game at 6 PM EDT

Here are the rosters for tonight’s game between the Detroit Red Wings’ prospects and the Columbus Blue Jackets (6 PM EDT on Red Wings YouTube):

If you can’t see the picture above, the roster consists of:


#79 Kirill Tyutyayev**–#90 Joe Veleno–#74 Cross Hanas

#56 Pasquale Zito–#46 Chase Pearson–#58 Cameron Butler*

#64 Luke Toporowski*–#51 Hayden Verbeek**–#61 T-Bone Codd*

#62 Cooper Walker*


#44 Donovan Sebrango–#84 Alex Cotton

#3 Jared McIsaac–#47 Wyatt Newpower

#86 Adam Brubacher*–#77 Oscar Plandowski

#83 Mason Ward*


#60 Jan Bednar (starting)

#33 Sebastian Cossa (back-up)

*=Free agent invite, **=Grand Rapids Griffins contract

So Lucas Raymond, Jonatan Berggren and Patrick Curry are out with injuries of some sort, and Victor Brattstrom is the odd goaltender out tonight.

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My name is George Malik, and I'm the Malik Report's editor/blogger/poster. I have been blogging about the Red Wings since 2006, when MLive hired me to work their SlapShots blog, and I joined Kukla's Korner in 2011 as The Malik Report. I'm starting The Malik Report as a stand-alone site, hoping that having my readers fund the website is indeed the way to go to build a better community and create better content.

3 thoughts on “Here are the Red Wings and Blue Jackets’ rosters for tonight’s prospect tournament game at 6 PM EDT”

  1. Just curious? Wings have a few Free agent Invites, BJs Not any.
    Is there anything to read into this?

    My 1st thought, with the rebuild and StevieY cleaning house, the Wings still might be lean on prospects but each draft will produce a couple of more prospects with eyes on the NHL.
    Hope your enjoying all the new youngins in person.

    1. The Red Wings are a little lean on non-NCAA prospects. The Wings have drafted a fair number of college-bound prospects who are not eligible to take part in the prospect tournament, and, as a result–and as a result of the 2021 draft involving so many players who played truncated or zero 2020-2021 seasons–the Wings appear to have wanted to get a glimpse of as many free agent try-outs as possible.

      It’s not working out splendidly, but this year’s “tournament” is not really a tournament, so it’s all about evaluation and learning experiences.

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