Detroit Red Wings Training Camp Roster

CHICAGO, IL - JANUARY 10: Petr Mrazek
CHICAGO, IL - JANUARY 10: Petr Mrazek /

The Detroit Red Wings training camp roster was announced as the team is set to begin the 2017-18 season.

There will be three separate teams the Red Wings players will be split into. Those teams are Team Delvecchio, Team Howe, and Team Lindsay. In total, 74 players will participate in the four-day camp.

It all starts on Friday with the first of three training sessions. On Monday, the camp will come to a close with the Red and White Game.

Here are the rosters for each team the players have been broken up into.

Team Delvecchio


Justin Abdelkader, Tyler Bertuzzi, Luke Glendening, Darren Helm, Dylan Larkin, Anthony Mantha, Frans Nielsen, Gustav Nyquist, PA Parenteau, Riley Sheahan, Ben Street, Tomas Tatar, Luke Witkowski, Henrik Zetterberg.


Dennis Cholowski, Trevor Daley, Danny DeKeyser, Jonathan Ericsson, Mike Green, Nick Jensen, Niklas Kronwall, Xavier Ouellet, Ryan Sproul


Jimmy Howard, Petr Mrazek

Team Howe


David Booth, Colin Campbell, Corey Elkins, Turner Elson, Luke Esposito, Matt Ford, Martik Frk, Axel Holmstrom, Matt Lorito, Dylan Sadowy, Dominik Shine, Evgeny Svechnikov, Eric Tangradi, Dominic Turgeon


Joe Hicketts, Filip Hronek, Brian Lashoff, Pat McCarron, Dylan McIlrath, Dan Renouf, Robbie Russo, Vili Saarijarvi


Jared Coreau, Matej Machovsky, Tom McCollum

Team Lindsay


Mike Borkowski, Austen Brassard, Oliver Castleman, Connor Crisp, Zach Gallant, Brady Gilmour, Isaac Johnson, Sean Josling, Luke Kutkevicius, Zach Nastasiuk, Michael Rasmussen, Givani Smith, Lane Zablocki


Marcus Crawford, Simon Denis, Evan Fiala, Cole Fraser, Jordan Sambrook, Libor Sulak, Kevin Tansey, Reilly Webb


Corbin Boes, Kaden Fulcher, Pat Nagle

Roster Breakdown

  • A quick glance might give one the impression that the first two teams are split between the projected Red Wings and Grand Rapids Griffins squads. However, there are clearly some positions that are up in the air. It will certainly be interesting to see which players will rise to the occasion and solidify a spot on the first team roster.
  • Putting Cholowski on the same roster with players such as Daley and Green will give the 2016 first-round pick a solid group of guys to learn from and play with.
  • PA Parenteau finds himself on with the rest of the Red Wings regular starters and one has to wonder if he will indeed be the replacement for Andreas Athanasiou if the forward does not reach a deal with the front office.
  • Elsewhere, Team Lindsay is made up heavily of prospects. These players, most of them, will look to impress scouts before heading off into their respective seasons in the junior leagues.