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Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Reassigned to AHL
Veleno was demoted to AHL Grand Rapids on Sunday.
Veleno made his NHL debut this season and ended up with a goal and seven hits through five games. The 21-year-old forward should compete for a spot with the big club in training camp next season.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Assigned to taxi squad
Veleno was assigned to the Red Wings' taxi squad Saturday.
Veleno has appeared in five straight games with Detroit, but he evidently won't be in the lineup for Saturday's season finale against the Blue Jackets. The 21-year-old rookie will finish the campaign having notched one goal, four PIM, eight shots and seven hits in five NHL appearances.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Rises to active roster
Veleno has been added to Detroit's active roster ahead of Friday's game versus Columbus.
Veleno is expected to center the Red Wings' second line and top power-play unit Friday. The 21-year-old rookie has gone scoreless through four appearances with the big club this season.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Bounced to taxi squad
Veleno was demoted to the taxi squad after Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.
Veleno had one shot on goal and two PIM in 18:08 of ice time during Sunday's loss to the Lightning. The 21-year-old rookie is still looking for his first NHL point and will likely be back in the lineup against Columbus on Friday.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Back on active roster
Veleno was reassigned to the active roster for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.
The 21-year-old has suited up in the past three games for Detroit, going pointless to go along with four shots and 14:11 of average ice time over that span. Veleno is set to suit up for a fourth straight contest, where he's projected to resume a role on the second line and second power-play unit.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Ascends from taxi squad
Veleno was recalled from the taxi squad to the active roster ahead of Saturday's game against Tampa Bay.
Veleno made his NHL debut this week in a pair of games against Columbus. He appears set to suit up for a third straight contest, where he's projected to resume a role on the second line and second power-play unit.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Bumped back to taxi squad
Veleno was reassigned to the taxi squad Saturday.
Veleno played in Saturday's 1-0 shootout win over the Lightning, but he was sent back to the taxi squad after the contest. He could still be called up again in time for Sunday's rematch with the Lightning.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Returned to taxi squad
Veleno was reassigned to Detroit's taxi squad Friday.
Veleno's appeared in two straight games with the Red Wings, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him back on the active roster ahead of Saturday's game versus Tampa Bay. The 2018 first-round pick is still searching for his first NHL point.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Back on active roster
Veleno was promoted to Detroit's active roster Thursday.
Veleno is expected to skate on the Red Wings' third line during Thursday's clash with Carolina. He made his NHL debut Tuesday against Columbus, logging two shots on goal, one hit and two blocks in 14:59 of ice time.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Returned to taxi squad
Veleno was reassigned to Detroit's taxi squad Wednesday.
Veleno made his NHL debut Tuesday against Columbus, logging two shots, one hit and two blocked shots in 14:59 of ice time. It wouldn't be surprising to see him return to the active roster for Thursday's clash with Carolina.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Debut on tap Tuesday
Veleno has been recalled from Detroit's taxi squad and is expected to make his NHL debut Tuesday in Columbus.
The 2018 first-round pick will make his NHL debut, having recently finished up a solid Swedish Hockey League season, in which Veleno produced 20 points in 46 games. He'll likely be eased into action in a bottom-six center role.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: NHL opportunity looms
Veleno's NHL debut is imminent and he figures to play extensively for the Red Wings, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
The Wings took Veleno 30th overall in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft, and he's since worked on bulking up and improving his 200-foot game. Veleno has spent the bulk of the 2020-21 campaign with the Malmo Redhawks in the Swedish Hockey League, adding 11 goals and nine assists over 46 games. Two years remain on Veleno's entry-level contract, but with the Original Six club having no chance of reaching the playoffs, it only makes sense to give him a long look down the stretch.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Up to taxi squad
Veleno has been promoted to Detroit's taxi squad ahead of Saturday's game versus Chicago.
Veleno has yet to make his NHL debut, but he was pretty productive during his time in the SHL this season, picking up 11 goals and 20 points in 46 games with the Malmo Redhawks. He'll be on hand as an emergency option for Saturday's matchup with the Blackhawks.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Returns to North America
Veleno was reassigned to AHL Grand Rapids on Saturday after completing his loan with Malmo of the SHL.
Veleno put up 11 goals and nine assists in 46 appearances with Malmo. He'll likely finish the season competing for playing time with the Griffins. The first-round pick from 2018 isn't likely to be a factor with the big club just yet, but he may get a look in training camp ahead of the 2021-22 season.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Loaned to Swedish Club
Veleno has been loaned to Malmo of the SHL for the start of the 2020-21 campaign, MLive.com reports.
Veleno spent the entirety of the 2019-20 season in the minors, picking up 11 goals and 23 points in 54 games with AHL Grand Rapids. The 2018 first-round pick is likely still a year or two away from carving out a full-time role with the big club, but he could make his NHL debut at some point in 2020-21.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Gets vote of confidence
Veleno only has 22 points (11 goals, 11 assists) through 51 games for AHL Grand Rapids, but Red Wings GM Steve Yzerman clearly understands his potential. "Joe Veleno has had a real good year," Yzerman said in a report by Ansar Khan of MLive.com. "His numbers aren't great, but he's played in all situations. I think the coaching staff there has done a really good job being patient with him, allowing him to play a significant role. I think he's really thrived."
Expectations for Veleno were through the roof after he amassed 42 goals and 62 assists in 59 games as a member of the Drummondville Voltigeurs of the QMJHL last season. Of course, this is his first year in the professional ranks, so it would behoove fantasy owners in keeper leagues to be patient with the 20-year-old prospect.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Suspended one WJC game
Veleno was suspended for one World Junior Classic game on Sunday.
Veleno got mixed up in a scrum between Team Canada and Team Russia and head-butted an opposing player. He'll sit for the team's next contest after tallying an assist in two games during the tournament.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Struggling in first AHL season
Veleno scored his third goal of the season in AHL Grand Rapids' 4-2 win over Cleveland on Tuesday.
While Veleno's numbers for the season -- three goals, four points in 15 games -- are thoroughly underwhelming, he does have four points in his last nine contests following a six-game dry spell to begin the season. The fact Veleno is sporting a minus-14 rating for a team whose record is above .500 (7-6-1-1) is more concerning than his lack of offensive production. Veleno, at age 19, is one of the youngest players in the league. While these things can change, the Red Wings are believed to be leaning towards releasing Veleno to play for Team Canada at the World Juniors this upcoming holiday season. He would return to Grand Rapids when the tournament is over.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Mired in funk
Veleno, a notable prospect, is struggling with AHL Grand Rapids having recorded just one point (a goal) and a minus-8 rating through the first eight games.
Peter J. Wallner of MLive.com caught up with Veleno on Friday, after the 2018 first-round (30th overall) draft pick snapped a seven-game pointless drought with a power-play tally in a 4-1 win over Manitoba. "It was a little frustrating," Veleno said. "There was really nothing happening offensively. It's a tough league to put up good numbers so I was lucky enough to capitalize on that one and it's a big relief for sure." The Red Wings have been struggling as well, with the team sitting second to last in the Atlantic Division standings, but it doesn't appear that Veleno will be promoted anytime soon based on his brutal stretch at the lower level.... See More ... See Less
Red Wings' Joe Veleno: Standing out among prospects
Veleno has scored four times through the first two games of the NHL Prospect Tournament in Traverse City, Michigan, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Detroit's first-round (30th overall) selection in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft, Veleno is off to a blazing start to the tournament. He managed to strike twice on back-to-back days while already accounting for three power-play tallies. The Wings figure to be patient with the 19-year-old phenom, but here's a kid who notched 104 points (42 goals, 62 assists) in 59 games with QMJHL Drummondville last season -- his fifth year of junior hockey. Keep an eye on him for dynasty purposes.... See More ... See Less
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