Red Wings Announce 2024 Development Camp Roster

2024 Upper Deck NHL Draft - First Round
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The Detroit Red Wings have announced their 2024 Development Camp roster with the camp starting Monday, July 1. The camp will run from Monday, July 1 through Friday, July 5 at the BELFOR Tranining Center inside Little Caesers Arena. The camp roster consists of 29 forwards, 14 defensemen, and seven goaltenders.

Red Wings to showcase young talent in development camp

The prospects will be split into two teams-the red team and the white team- and will participate in instructional drills and game-like situations. The camp includes 2024 first-round pick (15th overall) forward Michael Brandsegg-Nygard, who spent last season with Mora IK and recorded 18 points and 19 penalty minutes in 41 games. He went on to post 10 points in 12 postseason games. Other top prospects include Nate Danielson, Axel Sandin-Pelikka, Max Plante, Landon MIller, and John Whipple. The full development cap roster is listed below.


Brennan Ali, Austin Baker, Ondrej Becher, Kevin Bicker, Michael Bradsegg-Nygard, Nate Danielson, Alexandre Doucet, Liam Dower-NIlsson, Noah Dower-Nilsson, Kienan Draper, Brayden Edwards, Dylan Edwards, Emmitt Finnie, Charlie Forslund, Dylan James, Hunter Johannes, Max Kilpinen, Cy Leclerc, Chase Lefebvre, Owen Mehlenbacher, Ross Mitton, Charlie Paquette, Max Plante, Jakub Rychlovsky, Red Savage, Gabriel Seger, Justin Solovey, Sam Stange, Borya Valis.


Kyle Aucoin, David Breazeale, Shai Buium, Brady Cleveland, Anton Johansson, Marcus Kearsey, Larry Keenan, Cooper Moore, Jack Phelan, Axel Sandin-Pelikka, Fisher Scott, Blake Smith, Trevor Taulien, John Whipple.


Trey Augustine, Albin Boija, Kristoffer Eberly, Sebastian Gatto, Rudy Guimond, Landon Miller, Andrew Oke.

This is the first look st the prospects in Detroit's system. Many are prospects with a future in Detroit and some are solid players who may not make the cut, Many young talented players will do thier best to impress Red Wings management enough to play pro hockey next season. While some may be a couple of years away, there are some players that will surprise and make their pro debuts this upcoming season. Some will see time with the Toledo Walleye of the ECHL and some may be lucky enough to grab a spot with the Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League. This is the first step of many to becoming the players hoped for when they brought them into the fold. Hard work pays off but who will be the ones to go the extra mile?