While Darren Helm and Justin Abdelkader heal, Dominic Turgeon gets opportunity to help the Detroit Red Wings. Tests on Helm and Abdelkader “didn’t show anything significant,” general manager Ken Holland told the Free Press Tuesday. Coach Jeff Blashill ruled both out through Saturday’s game against Carolina. That extends the stay of Turgeon, who made his NHL debut Sunday at Chicago. He handled himself well and never looked nervous, which probably has a lot to do with being the son of former NHL great Pierre Turgeon. “He’s grown up in this environment with his father,” Blashill said after Tuesday’s morning skate. “I’ve always felt he carries himself with a good, quiet confidence - he’s not awed by the NHL. He can walk in a locker room and feel totally confident. And having a bunch of guys that he’s played with makes that easier - and that’s an important part in call-ups, that guys get comfortable as quick as possible so they can play to the best of their ability. “The other thing I think that’s important with Dom is, his game is transferable. What he does at the American league level is exactly what we need him to do here - be a real solid two-way player, be a good defensive center. Be a real good penalty killer, and then make plays when he can make plays.”