The Detroit Red Wings have re-signed Dylan Larkin to a $30.five million US, five-year contract.
The workforce introduced the deal with the 22-year-old centre on Friday. Larkin used to be a limited loose agent.
He led the workforce with a career-high 63 issues and used to be 3rd with 16 objectives ultimate season. He has 56 objectives and 140 issues over 3 seasons, taking part in in a minimum of 80 video games each and every 12 months.
Detroit drafted the Waterford, Mich., local and previous Wolverine with the No. 15 pick out total in 2014. He scored a career-high 23 objectives and used to be an All-Star as a rookie.
Larkin performed for Team North America throughout the 2016 World Cup and has performed for the U.S. in 4 international championships.