Detroit top prospect Dylan Larkin leaves NCAA, signs NHL deal

By Jared Clinton

One of the top prospects in all of hockey, Dylan Larkin, has left the NCAA’s Michigan Wolverines to sign a three-year, entry-level deal with the Detroit Red Wings. Larkin, 18, had 47 points in 35 games this season and suited up for Team USA at the World Championship. More

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