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Every Goal by Dylan Larkin from the 2017-18 Regular Season. 0:00 - G#1 - 10/5/17 vs Min 0:40 - G#2 - 10/31/17 vs Ari 1:08 - G#3 - 11/15/17 vs Cgy 1:44 - G#4 - 11/17/17 vs Buf 2:16 - G#5 - 12/13/17 vs Bos 2:52 - G#6 - 12/31/17 vs Pit 3:22 - G#7 - 1/14/18 @ Chi 3:47 - G#8 - 1/22/18 @ NJ 4:16 - G#9 - 2/13/18 vs Ana 4:37 - G#10 - 3/20/18 vs Phi 4:57 - G#11 - 3/20/18 vs Phi 5:22 - G#12 - 3/24/18 @ Tor 5:47 - G#13 - 3/29/18 @ Buf 6:13 - G#14 - 3/31/18 vs Ott 6:40 - G#15 - 4/5/18 vs Mtl 7:26 - G#16 - 4/7/18 vs NYI *Bonus - Best Assists 7:52 - 10/7/17 @ Ott - Frk 8:05 - 10/12/17 @ Ari - Glendening 8:41 - 10/18/17 @ Tor - Ericsson 8:53 - 10/28/17 @ Fla - Athanasiou 9:06 - 10/31/17 vs Ari - Mantha 9:23 - 11/6/17 @ Van - Tatar 9:44 - 11/15/17 vs Cgy - Abdelkader 9:59 - 12/19/17 @ NYI - Frk 10:23 - 12/19/17 @ NYI - Green 10:39 - 12/20/17 @ Phi - Frk 10:55 - 12/20/17 @ Phi - Green 11:11 - 12/29/17 vs NYR - Athanasiou 11:31 - 1/5/18 vs Fla - Tatar 11:50 - 2/11/18 @ Wsh - Tatar 12:07 - 2/11/18 @ Wsh - Tatar 12:28 - 2/20/18 vs Nsh - Athanasiou 12:45 - 2/24/18 vs Car - DeKeyser 13:01 - 3/16/18 @ Ana - Green 13:15 - 3/27/18 vs Pit - Helm 13:35 - 4/3/18 @ CBJ - Helm 13:49 - 4/5/18 vs Mtl - Helm https://www.hockey-reference.com/players/l/larkidy01.html Previous Years 2015-16 Goals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rac6BUYWy-4 2016-17 Goals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ACMgsKJYaM
0:00 - Dylan Larkin Goal 1:05 - Ryan Ellis hit on Darren Helm 2:30 - Justin Abdelkader Goal 4:40 - 3 on 3 Action 5:05 - Gustav Nyquist OT Goal Nashville Predators @ Detroit Red Wings. December 5th 2015
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Dylan Larkin (born July 30, 1996) is an American professional ice hockey player for the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League (NHL). Larkin was drafted 15th overall by the Detroit Red Wings in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.
On May 21, 2015, it was announced that Larkin signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Detroit Red Wings, forgoing his final three seasons of eligibility at the University of Michigan. He was assigned to the Red Wings' AHL affiliate, the Grand Rapids Griffins, after signing an amateur tryout.
Larkin was named to the 2016 NHL All-Star Game. Larkin was the seventh Detroit rookie to play in the All-Star Game, but only the third chosen to play. He was the first Red Wings rookie to play in the All-Star Game since Yzerman in 1984. At the NHL All-Star Game SuperSkills Competition, he set the NHL record for fastest skater, with a time of 13.172 seconds, breaking Mike Gartner's record of 13.386 that was set in 1996.
During his rookie season, Larkin recorded 23 goals and 22 assists in 80 games. Larkin became the sixth rookie in franchise history to lead the team in goals and the first since Mike Foligno led the team with 36 in the 1979–80 season. He also led the Red Wings with a +11 plus/minus rating, 221 shots on goal, and five game-winning goals. Following an outstanding rookie season, he finished among the league's rookie leaders with 23 goals (T3rd), 22 assists (11th), 45 points (6th), a plus-11 rating (T5th), five game-winning goals (T2nd), 221 shots on goal (2nd) and 16:32 average time on ice (5th among forwards). Larkin was named the 2016 Detroit Red Wings Rookie of the Year by members of the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association.
Following his rookie season, Larkin played both winger and centre. However, his sophmore year was not as prolific as his rookie season, as Larkin ended the 2016–17 season with only 17 goals and a minus-28.
During the 2017–18 season, Larkin led the Red Wings in scoring, recording 16 goals, and 47 assists in 82 games, becoming the fifth-youngest player in franchise history to lead the team in scoring. On August 10, 2018, he signed a five-year, $30.5 million contract extension with the Red Wings.