According to the Detroit Red Wings, they have assigned RW Filip Zadina to the AHL’s Grand Rapids Griffins.
The Detroit #RedWings today assigned right wing Filip Zadina to the AHL’s Grand Rapids Griffins.
— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) December 11, 2019
From Detroit Red Wings:
Zadina has appeared in seven games for Detroit this season, picking up three assists, all coming in Detroit’s last four games (Nov. 30-Dec. 10). The 20-year-old winger has appeared in 16 career NHL games over the last two seasons (2018-20), registering one goal, five assists, 27 shots on goal, nine hits, six blocked shots and six takeaways in 14:51 average time on ice. Zadina has also skated in 20 games with the Griffins this season, ranking among team leaders with seven goals (3rd), six assists (T7th), 13 points (3rd), four power-play goals (2nd) and 48 shots (3rd). Prior to his initial recall to Detroit on Nov. 24, Zadina had authored one of his most productive stretches so far in the AHL, registering points in six-straight games from Nov. 8-22 (4-4-8). In 79 games with Grand Rapids over the last two seasons, the Pardubice, Czech Republic, native has logged 48 points (23-25-48) and 26 penalty minutes.