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Red Wings Development Camp Roster Finalized At 42 Players

The Detroit Red Wings finalized their 42-man roster for their upcoming developmental camp in Traverse City on Tuesday, and head coach Mike Babcock's son made the cut.

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Set to open their developmental camp in Traverse City, Michigan on July 7, the Detroit Red Wings finalized their 42-man roster on Tuesday in preparation for the one-week event.

Among the names that will be partaking in the camp are Chris Chelios' two Michigan State-bred sons, Dean and Jake, and Detroit Catholic Central senior Michael Babcock, who happens to be the son of Red Wings coach Mike Babcock. All six draftees from last weekend's NHL draft will also be in attendance, and will make up a group of 28 players that were drafted by the organization.

Making his 6th career trip to Detroit's summer camp will be 2007 1st round pick Brendan Smith, a defenseman who bounced around in recent years as he struggled to find playing time. Smith played 14 games for the Red Wings last year and will hope to impress coaches and teammates alike heading into the new season.

Here is the full roster:

Adam Almqvist D 21 HV71 (SEL) 42 3 8 11
Andreas Athanasiou F 17 London (OHL) 63 22 15 37
Louis-Marc Aubry F 20 Grand Rapids (AHL) 62 5 11 16
Michael Babcock F 17 Det. Catholic Central (MHSAA) 26 3 15 18
Rasmus Bodin F 18 Ostersunds (SWEJ20) 20 3 7 10
Mitch Callahan F 20 Grand Rapids (AHL) 48 6 3 9
Julien Cayer F 23 Clarkson (NCAA) 30 5 5 10
Dean Chelios F 22 Michigan State (NCAA) 34 8 7 15
Jake Chelios D 21 Michigan State (NCAA) 39 2 7 9
Willie Coetzee F 21 Grand Rapids (AHL) 61 11 11 22
James De Haas D 18 Toronto Lakeshore (OJHL) 45 10 19 29
Landon Ferraro F 20 Grand Rapids (AHL) 56 9 11 20
Gleason Fournier D 20 Toledo (ECHL) 55 2 16 18
Martin Frk F 18 Halifax (QMJHL) 34 16 13 29
Luke Glendening F 23 Michigan (NCAA) 41 10 11 21
Philippe Hudon F 19 Victoriaville (QMJHL) 34 3 2 5
Nick Jensen D 21 St. Cloud State (NCAA) 39 6 26 32
Tomas Jurco F 21 Saint John (QMJHL) 48 30 38 68
Kellan Lain F 22 Lake Superior State (NCAA) 38 9 6 15
Brian Lashoff D 21 Grand Rapids (AHL) 76 8 11 19
Gleb Koryagin D 17 Oakland U18 (MWEHL) 39 3 14 17
Ben Marshall D 19 Minnesota (NCAA) 41 4 9 13
Mike McKee D 18 Lincoln (USHL) 59 2 17 19
Richard Nedomlel D 19 Swift Current (WHL) 72 10 36 46
Andrej Nestrasil F 21 Toledo (ECHL) 51 7 22 29
Max NiCastro D 22 Boston (NCAA) 27 3 6 9
Travis Novak F 23 St. Cloud State (NCAA) 36 12 13 25
Xavier Ouellet D 18 Blainville-Boisbriand (QMJHL) 63 21 39 60
Trevor Parkes F 21 Grand Rapids (AHL) 44 2 6 8
Ted Pletsch F 22 Bowling Green State (NCAA) 40 5 2 7
Teemu Pulkkinen F 20 Jokerit Helsinki (SM-liiga) 56 16 21 37
Alan Quine F 19 Peteborough (OHL) 65 30 38 68
Brent Raedeke F 22 Grand Rapids (AHL) 64 11 10 21
Vladislav Shalimov F 18 Val-d'Or (QMJHL) 60 10 20 30
Riley Sheahan F 20 Notre Dame (NCAA) 37 9 16 25
Brendan Smith D 23 Grand Rapids (AHL) 57 10 24 34
Ryan Sproul D 19 Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) 61 23 31 54
Marek Tvrdon F 19 Vancouver (WHL) 60 31 43 74
Thomas McCollum G 22 Grand Rapids (AHL) 28 3.49 .891
Parker Milner G 21 Boston College (NCAA) 34 1.66 .937
Petr Mrazek G 20 Ottawa (OHL) 50 2.84 .917
Jake Paterson G 18 Saginaw (OHL) 42 3.42 .904

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