Lucas Raymond Stats
- Height / Weight
- 71 / 182 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/28/2002 (21)
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Lucas Raymond News
Detroit Red Wings winger Lucas Raymond lit the lamp in a third consecutive game on Friday against Toronto. Playing in his native Sweden, the 21-year-old put the Red Wings up 2-0 before the Maple Leafs erupted for a three-goal period in the third to win the Global Series game 3-2. Raymond now has seven goals for the season to go along with six assists in 17 games. He's nailed down a spot next to Alex DeBrincat and Dylan Larkin, and Raymond is on track for a big bounce-back year after finishing a disappointing sophomore campaign last season with 45 points.
Detroit Red Wings winger Lucas Raymond will replace David Perron on the top line in Saturday's matchup against Tampa Bay. Raymond was quiet in the team's season opener against New Jersey, producing only one shot on goal in close to 15 minutes of action, and Red Wings head coach Derek Lalonde has been quick to tweak his top six. As a result of the move, Raymond links up with Detroit's two top forwards, Alex DeBrincat and Dylan Larkin, which gives his fantasy stock a boost. Perron is still expected to remain on the first power-play unit, though.
Detroit Red Wings left wing Lucas Raymond is looking forward to facing higher expectations in 2023-24. "Last season, I think we took a step as a team, moved in the right direction, and coming into this season we're taking an even bigger step," Raymond told NHL.com. "Expectations are getting higher for the team but also for myself, which is a lot of fun." The Red Wings reached 80 points for the first time in seven seasons last term and will definitely want to improve further after bringing in some key additions over the summer. A better team in overall quality should help Raymond to produce a bounce-back campaign. The 21-year-old was in a sophomore slump for most of 2022-23, settling for 45 points (17 goals, 28 assists) in 74 games.
Detroit Red Wings right wing Lucas Raymond (lower body) has been activated from Injured Reserve and is set to rejoin the lineup for Monday's game against Ottawa. The 20-year-old has missed the last eight games while nursing a lower-body injury. Raymond has been having a bit of a sophomore slump in 2022-23, putting up 15 goals and 33 points in 50 games, but he's a top offensive talent for the Red Wings and the team will be much stronger with him in the lineup. Raymond is slated to skate with Robby Fabbri and Andrew Copp on the second line, and he will also head back to the first power-play unit.