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5 Musketeers Taken in the NHL Draft

By Bryce Griffin, 10/07/20, 5:30PM CDT

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A few quick notes on the Musketeers drafted into the NHL in the 2020 Draft

Sam Stange Round 4 Pick #97 Detroit Red Wings

Stange is an Eau Claire, Wisconsin native whos committed to returning to his home state and playing at the University of Wisconson next season after leading the Musketeers in scoring last year before the Covid-19 shutdown. Stange was traded late last season along with Ian Malcolmson to the Sioux Falls Stampede in a trade that Sioux City acquired Austin Heidemann and Brian Carrabes.

Blake Biondi Round 4 Pick #109 Montreal Canadians

Blake played 17 games with the Musketeers between the 2018-20 seasons before being traded as an affiliate to the Sioux Falls Stampede as the Musketeers acquired Evan Bushy.

Ethan Edwards Round 4 Pick #120 New Jersey Devils

Ethan is from Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada and will join the Musketeers on the ice this season after being acquired in a trade deal last season with the Sioux Falls Stampede. Edwards is a Michigan commit that spent last season playing for the Spruce Groves Saints of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, where he recorded 9 goals and 24 assists in 50 games in his first full season of junior hockey

Mason Langenbrunner Round 5 #Pick 151 Boston Bruins

Mason is from Elk Lake, Minnesota and was selected by the Musketeers in the 1st Phase of the 2018 USHL Draft.

Chase Bradley Round 7 Pick #203 Detroit Red Wings

Bradley, a Northeastern commit installs himself into the Musketeers 2020-21 lineup completing a trade last season when the Musketeers trade defenseman Nolan Krenzen and a 2020 Phase II 5th Round Draft pick to the Lancers in exchange for Musketeer defenseman John Opilka, affiliate forward Bennett Schimek a 2020 Phase II 1st Round Draft Pick, 2020 Phase II 4th Round Draft Pick, and a 2021 Phase II 2nd Round Draft Pick.