It's nothing personal against these guys. This is just how Detroit likes to develop it's prospects. Unless you are a top-tier player coming out of college/minors you start off with minimal minutes and work your way up the lineup. Mursak's first year he was a healthy scratch for more than half the season. Raedeke has improved over the course of the year. In fact, he looked pretty good for a few shifts last game. His speed makes him an interesting prospect. He can get to loose pucks and rebounds faster than other players. He's got time to get better and I'm sure his role will expand next season. Same goes for Coetzee. He couldn't be called up last game because he is not on the Griffin's clear day roster, meaning he is ineligible to play for GR for the rest of the season or playoffs. However, GR is still allowed to sign players to PTO's which made Hedden an option. Willie will benefit playing twice the minutes in the ECHL for the rest of the year and compete for a role on next season's team.