Recovery for the extra league? Joe Veleno could play in…

first_imgPhoto: nhl.comNot just Filip Zadina? According to information from overseas websites, Třinec is negotiating the arrival of another Detroit hockey player, a young Canadian striker, Joe Velen. Detroit will not start next season until December, until then some (not only) of its players could head to Europe.It would be wise to play, because the Red Wings year ended in March. And that’s really a long time ago. Detroit general manager Steve Yzerman has indicated that he would not oppose the idea a priori.However, astronomical sums of player fuses can be a real complication. Nevertheless, some hockey players from the NHL could really visit the Czech Republic.The public has already received information that Karlovy Vary is in contact with three players from the NHL.Třinec is also very active. Steelmakers have officially confirmed interest in Filip Zadinaforward, 20 years old” href=”https://news.google.com/hrac/19024″>Filip Zadina, moreover, information is circulating overseas that he could bring a partner with him Joe Veleno forward, 20 years old” href=”https://news.google.com/hrac/10079976″>Joe Velena. It would be a big event for the Tipsport extra league. Veleno paid for one of the greatest talents of recent times. He even got an exception to play a Canadian junior at the age of fifteen. Apart from him, only six other players have received this privilege: John Tavares, Aaron Ekblad, Connor McDavid, Sean Day and most recently Shane Wright with Connor Bedard.But Joe Velen’s hockey development slowed. In the junior QMJHL, more was expected of him and in the 2018 draft he dropped to 30th place. In any case, Detroit rejoiced at the time that he had a hard-working center left.Twenty-year-old Veleno is still waiting for his NHL debut. He spent last season on a farm in Grand Rapids, where he scored 23 points (11 + 12) in 54 games. He will remember the past year mainly thanks to the Canadian national team – he was able to win a gold medal at the World Junior Championships in Ostrava and Třinec.He has great experiences from the Moravian-Silesian region.Will he return there now to help Třinec at the start of the season? And is the information of overseas websites true at all?Current staff of HC Oceláři TřinecGoalkeepers: Jakub Stepanek, Nick Malik.Defenders: Marian Adamek, Milan Doudera, Guntis Galvins, Martin Gernat, Filip Haman, Ondrej Hrachovsky, Patrik Husak, Jan Jaromersky, Tomas Kundratek, David Musil, Jan Zahradnicek.Forwards: Vladimír Dravecký, Patrik Hrehorčák, Erik Hrňa, Aron Chmielewski, David Kofroň, Michal Kovařčík, Ondřej Kovařčík, Daniel Kurovský, Tomáš Marcinko, Miloš Roman, Martin Růžička, Matěj Stránský, Radek Veselý, Petr Vrána.Photo: nhl.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitterlast_img

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