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The best and worst picks in the Red Wings draft class of 2024


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Will Bloggs
June 30, 2024  (7:10 PM)
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Here's a recap of the Detroit Red Wings pick of the 2024 NHL draft
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The recent draft recap of the Detroit Red Wings includes a mixed review of their selections during the 2024 NHL draft.

The first-round pick Michael Brandsegg-Nygard is criticized as possibly one of the team's worst picks in recent memory, highlighting its perceived flaws in timing and value. Despite this initial misstep, General Manager Steve Yzerman redeemed himself with two subsequent picks that received praise.
Max Plante, selected 47th overall, is noted for his potential as a future playmaker. At the same time, Ondrej Becher, chosen later, is described as a particularly shrewd move, considering his impressive statistics despite his age. The article contrasts the disappointment of the first-round choice with the success of the picks in the second and third rounds, reflecting positively on Yzerman's ability to adjust and find value in later rounds.
Additionally, the draft is recognized for adding intrigue to the Red Wings prospect pool with players like goaltender Landon Miller and defenseman Fisher Scott, who, despite being chosen later, are seen as promising additions. While critical of one decision, the article acknowledges Yzerman and the organization for a draft that included notable selections and potential future contributors to the team.
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