The Detroit Red Wings are well engulfed in the offseason. While they do not have someone to coach the team and be the bench boss as things stand, there will be other hurdles for this offseason. General Manager (GM) Steve Yzerman has done an exceptional job since taking over in Hockeytown, but he’s got a busy offseason ahead.
Detroit Red Wings captain Dylan Larkin has elected to change his representation ahead of what could be a critical summer for determining his future with the organization. Larkin, 25, is entering the final season of the five-year, $30.5 million contract he signed with the Red Wings in 2018. Unless he agrees to terms on an extension with the team, Larkin will be able to become an unrestricted free agent in 2023.
Detroit — The timing, if nothing else, is a bit curious. Red Wings captain Dylan Larkin, who can begin negotiating a contract extension on July 13 on the first day of NHL free agency, has decided to switch representation. Larkin is now with CAA, represented by Matt Williams and...
One of the biggest items on Detroit Red Wings general manager Steve Yzerman’s checklist this offseason is a potential contract extension with captain Dylan Larkin. The 25-year-old center is signed through 2022-23 and would become an unrestricted free agent next offseason if a deal isn’t reached. It seemed as though Yzerman and the Red Wings front office would be negotiating that extension with KO Sports, but Max Bultman of The Athletic reported Wednesday night that Larkin has changed representation. He’s now with CAA, represented by Matt Williams and NHL super-agent Pat Brisson.
Coming off a neck injury in April 2021 that saw Dylan Larkin hospitalized and placed in a neck brace for eight weeks, there were questions about how quickly the Detroit Red Wings captain could return to form in 2021-22. But in his second season donning the "C" for his hometown...
There are several questions surrounding the Red Wings heading into the 2022 off-season, but one thing that is guaranteed is Dylan Larkin’s status as the team’s No. 1 center. Larkin’s play was one of few bright spots for the Red Wings in the 2021–22 season. He led the...
The Detroit Red Wings are now officially in the offseason after having missed the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the sixth straight year. GM Steve Yzerman has already made the decision to not renew the contracts of Jeff Blashill and assistant coach Doug Houda, as well as goaltending coach Jeff Salajko, so far the biggest change to date in the three year’s he’s been on the job since taking over from Ken Holland in 2019.
Dylan Larkin was on pace for career-best numbers this year, before core surgery ended his season two weeks early. Reflecting on his year on Tuesday, the Red Wings captain thought 2021-22 was his best NHL season so far. He said he made it a goal to be able to control the pace and drive the play, getting back to the player he knew he could be.
Jeff Blashill was the only NHL coach the Detroit Red Wings core knew, and seeing him let go was emotional. Blashill was in his first year in 2015 when he put Dylan Larkin on the team. In 2016, the two celebrated the Wings making the playoffs for what was the 25th consecutive season....
Larkin (abdomen) told reporters he anticipates being cleared in time for training camp ahead of the 2022-23 campaign, Max Bultman of The Athletic reports. Despite being able to play in just 71 games this year, Larkin still managed to post 69 points this year, the second-highest total in his seven-year NHL career. Barring any setbacks during the summer, Larkin should be ready to play come Opening Night and should once again challenge for the 70-point threshold, making him a top-end fantasy target.
Detroit Red Wings center Dylan Larkin recorded 20:29 of ice-time during Sunday's 6-1 loss to the Florida Panthers. He won't be back in the lineup again until this fall. According to Mike G. Morreale of the NHL's website, Larkin underwent core-muscle surgery Monday and will be out for the remainder of the season. The 25-year-old is expected to need eight-to-10 weeks of recovery time but should be good to go for the start of training camp.
DETROIT -- Detroit Red Wings center Dylan Larkin had core muscle surgery on Monday, ending his second season as the team's captain. The Red Wings say his recovery is expected to last eight to 10 weeks. The 25-year-old Larkin leads the Red Wings with 31 goals and 69 points in 71 games.
DETROIT -- Detroit Red Wings captain Dylan Larkin underwent successful core muscle surgery on Monday, April 18 at McLaren Hospital in Lansing, Mich. The procedure was performed by Dr. Troy Ferguson. Larkin will miss the remainder of the 2021-22 season. Recovery time is expected to be 8-10 weeks. Larkin, 25,...
The Detroit Red Wings will be without captain Dylan Larkin for the rest of the season after he underwent core muscle surgery on Monday. The successful procedure was carried out in McLaren Hospital in Michigan, and Larkin is now facing a recovery timeline of eight to 10 weeks. It was...