Detroit Red Wings Prospects Most Likely to Be Called Up in 2013-14

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Detroit Red Wings Prospects Most Likely to Be Called Up in 2013-14
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The Red Wings have plenty of prospects eagerly awaiting their shot at the NHL.

The Detroit Red Wings are 2-1-0 in their first three games of the regular season, and although it is early, we may have already seen the opening to some changes.

For Saturday night’s game against Boston, Coach Mike Babcock swapped out veteran Mikael Samuelsson for Tomas Tatar. Tatar told Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press:

“There’s going to be lots of games this season. Its 82 games. There’s going to be lots of changes to the lineup. Just, be patient and I’m sure the chances are coming.”

The chances could be coming for some other prospects, too. Over the course of an 82-game season players are likely to miss time for one reason or another. With Detroit’s overflow of talented prospects waiting for an opportunity, it is probable a few will get to see the bright lights of the NHL this year.

Here are some of the prospects that are likely to be called up this season.

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