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Anthony Mantha | Winger

Team: Detroit Red Wings
Age / DOB:  (20) / 9/16/1994
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 190
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Red Wings' super prospect Anthony Mantha is finding life in the AHL challenging so far.
Mantha scored two goals in his first four games with Grand Rapids but since then has registered a mere asisst in five contests. "I think I'm hard on myself right now," Mantha said. "It's not where I was expecting myself to be at. But I just need to work hard every game and I think even if it didn't go in tonight, I had a pretty good game." Mantha, who got a late start to his season due to a broken leg, is going to be a special player once he gets accustomed to the pace of professional hockey. Keep an eye on him. Dec 6 - 9:38 AM

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Although the stat sheet won't show it, Anthony Mantha had a successful professional debut Friday night with the Grand Rapids Griffins of the AHL.

Mantha did not register a point in the Griffins' 3-2 overtime win against Texas but he did hit two posts in the game and was dangerous in his 19 minutes of playing time. The 20-year-old phenom had been out of action since breaking his tibia on September 12th in rookie camp. Mantha was expected to challenge for a Wings' roster spot and will likely be called up to Detroit as soon as he has his timing and fitness in good shape. Mantha is a must add for those in dynasty leagues.
Nov 15 - 9:49 AM

Anthony Mantha (fractured tibia) is slated to play on Friday in Grand Rapids.

He's been sidelined with a fractured right tibia since September when he was hurt at the prospects tournament. The contest will be his professional debut.
Nov 13 - 10:21 AM

Anthony Mantha (fractured tibia) will head to Grand Rapids to get situated, according to Detroit GM Ken Holland.

He had been recovering in Detroit and is still on crutches, but the Red Wings will play six of their next eight games on the road. Holland wants Mantha to be around teammates and have more interactions while he gets better rather than spend time cooped up in a hotel room.
Oct 20 - 10:22 AM

According to HNIC's Elliotte Friedman, the Sabres requested Anthony Mantha back from the Red Wings in a trade for Tyler Myers.

"The Red Wings stopped there," Friedman said. Perhaps the Red Wings would’ve considered if they were acquiring the Myers from a few years ago. As is, Mantha, the 20th pick in the 2013 draft, is loaded with potential, scoring 57 times and notching 120 points in the QMJHL last season. While Myers, 24, has been a shadow of the player he was his rookie season when he recorded 48 points.
Oct 11 - 9:22 PM

Anthony Mantha has been placed on the non-roster injured reserve list.

Mantha fractured his right tibia and will probably be out until November. He's not likely to play for the Red Wings once he's healthy, although he does have a bright future ahead of him.
Oct 3 - 2:48 PM

Anthony Mantha will be sidelined for six-to-eight weeks due to a fractured right tibia.

He was injured Monday while playing in a rookie tournament game with Detroit's other prospects, but still finished the contest. "He's going to be in crutches for a while, take the weight off," said Red Wings GM Ken Holland. "We think somewhere around six weeks he should be back up and running and skating and from there playing. In the meantime we got lots of other people looking for opportunity." The 20th overall draft pick in 2013 was slated to compete for a roster spot at training camp, but this injury will prevent that from happening.
Sep 18 - 11:00 AM

Anthony Mantha scored twice in the Red Wing rookies' 6-5 overtime win against the Blues' rookies Friday night.

Mantha is a pure goal scorer as his 107 goals over the last two seasons in junior hockey will attest. He is certainly one of the more exciting rookies to watch this fall but no matter how well he does in the Red Wings' training camp, Mantha is likely to start the season with Grand Rapids, Detroit's AHL affiliate. He needs to work on his defense before he can truly make an impact at the NHL level. When he does make it to the show, don't hestiate for a single minute before picking him up.
Sep 13 - 10:33 AM

Anthony Mantha will be worth keeping on eye on during training camp.

While Mantha is far from a lock to make the team, he's one of the Red Wings' best prospects and is coming off of a great season in the QMJHL. For his part, Mantha recognizes that making the leap from the junior level straight to NHL is a big challenge. It helps that he's been bulking up to make the most of his imposing 6-foot-5 frame. He's up to 217 pounds and has been working on his defensive game. "Obviously, it's not perfect right now but I need to get better and better," Mantha said. "That's how you're going to become a pro."
Sep 5 - 4:30 PM

The Detroit Red Wings are extremely high on 19-year-old forward Anthony Mantha and will give him an opportunity to win a spot on one of their two top lines at their next training camp.

The left winger was the Wings' first-round draft pick in 2013. He scored 81 goals in 81 games last season (57 regular season, 24 playoffs) in junior hockey. If Mantha doesn't impress the Wings enough to allow him to start next season with them, they will send him to AHL Grand Rapids for for an introduction to pro hockey.
Jul 26 - 9:27 AM

Anthony Mantha is the headliner at the Wings' development camp currently ongoing at Traverse City Michigan.

Mantha, the Candian Hockey League's Player of the Year, had an outstanding 2013-14 season scoring 57 goals and registering 120 points in 75 games with Val d'Or of the QMJHL. He has a legitimate chance to crack the Detroit lineup this upcoming season and could even start on one of the Wings' scoring lines. Keep an eye on him this week.
Jul 5 - 9:10 AM

Anthony Mantha has been selected as the Canadian Hockey League's player of the year.

Mantha had 57 goals, 63 assists, and 75 penalty minutes in 57 games with the QMJHL's Val d'Or Foreurs in 2013-14. Red Wings GM Ken Holland said Mantha will have a chance to earn a roster spot with Detroit during their 2014 training camp, but fantasy owners need to remember that the Red Wings usually like to give their prospects seasoning in the minors before allowing them to earn a permanent spot on their roster.
May 27 - 10:00 AM

Anthony Mantha's Val d'Or team was eliminated from the Memorial Cup with a 4-3 overtime loss to the Edmonton Oil Kings Friday night.

It ends a remarkable season for Mantha, who scored a goal per game this season in the QMJHL. He also registered four points in Val d'Or's four games in the Memorial Cup tournament. Mantha has a very good chance of cracking the Red Wings' roster next season and if he does, he could be a terrific sleeper pick. Mantha could be a consistent goal scorer at the NHL level, especially if he gets a chance to play beside either Pavel Datsyuk or Henrik Zetterberg. Don't forget about Mantha on draft day.
May 24 - 11:25 AM

Anthony Mantha's goal lifted the Val d'Or Foreurs to 1-0 victory over the London Knights in the opening game of the Memorial Cup on Friday night.

The Red Wings' first-round pick from the 2013 draft is having a special season in major junior hockey. On Friday night, he helped his team win their most important game of the season so far. Val D'Or are are vying for the most coveted trophy in Canadian major junior hockey and they got off to a good start. Mantha has averaged a goal in each game he's played for the Foreurs during the 2013-14 season, with 82 in 82 contests.
May 16 - 10:17 PM

Anthony Mantha will lead Val-d'Or into the 2014 Memorial Cup tournament.

He amassed 24 goals in 24 playoff games to help the Foreurs claim the QMJHL championship. His play already has the Detroit Red Wings salivating and he could be in the NHL as early as next season. "I always like 6-feet-5 guys who can score goals," Wings coach Mike Babcock said. "We haven't had this kind of prospect in the nine years I've been here." Mantha is definitely a prospect to keep an eye on, but don't be surprised if he plays in the AHL for most of the 2014-15 campaign.
May 15 - 11:47 AM

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