5 goaltending prospects for Red Wings fans to know about for the 2024 NHL Draft

It’s tough to find and develop the right goaltenders, but the 2024 NHL Draft has a few prospects the Detroit Red Wings should find themselves interested in.
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Pavel Moysevich, SKA St. Petersburg

Pavel Moysevich has a lot of room for muscle growth, considering his 6’5, 176-pound frame. But at age 19, that will come in time. And if he ends up between the 215 to 220 lbs mark, he will boast more than ideal size. 

What’s more, is that Moysevich also enjoyed an incredible 2023-24 run, splitting time between the KHL’s SKA St. Petersburg and the VHL’s SKA-Neva St. Petersburg. In the former, Moysevich saw 13 appearances, recorded a 3-2-2 record, and finished with a 1.25 GAA and an incredible 0.942 save percentage. His VHL numbers included 19 games, 10 wins, a 0.927 save percentage, and a 2.31 GAA. 

And yes, his KHL team was good, as SKA St. Petersburg finished second in the Western Conference and tied for second in the league with 95 points. However, Moysevich didn’t see time in the KHL or VHL during the postseason, as he instead went to the SKA 1946 St. Petersburg of the MHL, where he just dominated. 

During the postseason, he finished with a 1.93 GAA, a 0.946 save percentage, and eight wins in 10 appearances. In Moysevich’s case, it’s best to just give him more time in St. Petersburg to keep perfecting his game, and the Red Wings can go from there if he ends up in the system.