The season is just a few weeks old, but the Detroit Red Wings have made some history. In Sunday's game vs. the Chicago Blackhawks, Lucas Raymond became the youngest member of the franchise (19 or younger) to score a hat trick since Steve Yzerman did it vs. Toronto in 1985.
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In the third period, and Detroit nursing a 5-3 lead, Raymond blasted a slapshot past Marc-Andre Fleury for this third goal of the game in this video from Bally Sports Detroit.
Lucas Raymond will never forget this night in Chicago, scoring this goal to complete his first career hat trick at 7:00 of the third! Dylan Larkin with his third assist of the night and Moritz Seider also gets one. #LGRW pic.twitter.com/AyvY1oe0VM
— Bally Sports Detroit (@BallySportsDET) October 25, 2021
The goal puts him in select company with two other young Wings, Steve Yzerman, and Gordie Howe as the only players in franchise history, age 19 or younger, to have a four-point game.
— Jeff Seidel (@seideljeff) October 25, 2021
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