Detroit Red Wings: Prospect Nyquist Continues Hot Start, Tvrdoň Done for Season

November 24th, 2012 by Garrett Kolodziej Leave a reply »
As Americans hit the roads and grandmother's house for their extended Thanksgiving weekend, they have a lot to be thankful for. 

In the case of hockey fans, most are thankful that there is still minor league hockey going on all across the world. The AHL season is now nearing its second full month of games and the junior hockey leagues have just hit their one-third mark to their tedious season.

The international game is also getting into the middle portions of their season. 

Junior hockey junkies are revving down from watching a captivating Subway Super Series and are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the 2013 IIHF Under-20 World Juniors Championships from Ufa, Russia during the Christmas holiday.

In the mean time, grab yourself some turkey, mashed potatoes and stuffing and kick back to watch some quality hockey during the extended break for Americans. 

Here is how Red Wings prospects have been doing so far this season:

Marek Tvrdoň, Left Wing/Vancouver Giants: Things took a turn for the worse this week for the leading scorer on the Vancouver Giants. Team doctors found a blood clot in his left should ...

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