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Detroit's final selection in the 2013 NHL Draft is Hampus Melen, a right wing from Sweden.
Melen is obviously a long shot to ever make an NHL roster, but being from Sweden and being drafted in the seventh round obviously would seem to help his chances if fans want to make comparisons to Henrik Zetterberg.
Obviously it is way too early to make considerations to a player of Zetterberg's quality, but Melen did put up 40 points in 24 games with Tingsryds AIF's under-18 team.
Melen wasn't listed on the NHL's Central Scouting rankings, so maybe this is another case of a Red Wings' scout finding a diamond in the rough.
Far too early to tell however.
Analysis: The Red Wings again go off the grid so to speak with this pick. Time will tell if Hampus Melen ever becomes a household name, but for now he is just another seventh round pick that would be considered by most scouts to be a long shot to ever make an NHL team.