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A Three Point Day For Dylan Larkin

from Ansar Khan of Mlive,

Detroit Red Wings center Dylan Larkin scored a goal and added two assists Sunday to help the United States defeat Norway 9-3 at the World Championship in Herning, Denmark.

The U.S. has won all six of its games (4-2-0-0, W-OTW-OTL-L), good for 16 points and first place in Group B. The Americans conclude pool play Tuesday against Finland (6:15 a.m. ET, NHL Network).

Larkin had three shots on goal and a plus-2 rating in 16:23. He has three goals and five assists in six games.

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Larkin is in the top 10 of scoring at the World Championship.

added 2:47pm, Game highlights of today win can be watched below.

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Kate from PA now in SC-made in Detroit's avatar

Good for D-Boss. I see old man Datsyuk is right up there at #11.  wink

Lets Go Red Wings!!!!!

Posted by Kate from PA now in SC-made in Detroit on 05/13/18 at 08:52 PM ET


Datysuk not far behind lol

Posted by 0neoftheWings on 05/13/18 at 10:59 PM ET

Colin's avatar

...and people say we don’t have 1C potential in the system…

Posted by Colin from Ken Holland's new yacht, "Incompetence" on 05/14/18 at 09:00 AM ET

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