Red Wings mutually part ways with minor-league forward

His time with the organization is through.



The Detroit Red Wings and forward Nolan Stevens have mutually agreed to part ways after he was placed on waivers for the purpose of terminating his contract. 

He was originally signed by the Red Wings to a one-year contract worth $775,000 during the offseason, and he's spent all year with the American Hockey League affiliate Grand Rapids Griffins. He's appeared in 31 games with the Griffins, scoring three goals with 11 assists. 

Via the official press release: 

"The Detroit Red Wings and center Nolan Stevens on Monday mutually agreed to terminate his NHL contract. Stevens is now a free agent.

Stevens appeared in 31 games for the Grand Rapids Griffins this season, logging 11 points (3-8—11), 20 penalty minutes and a plus-nine rating. The 27-year-old has competed in 268 AHL games throughout six campaigns from 2018-24 and notched 130 points (48-82—130) and 97 penalty minutes. Stevens was selected with the 125th overall pick by the St. Louis Blues in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. Prior to turning pro, the Brantford, Ontario, native spent four seasons at Northeastern University and accumulated 118 points (57-61—118) in 132 games, serving as captain during his senior season."

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