Larkin (upper-body) has been cleared to play Tuesday vs. the Devils.
Larkin missed the final two games before the All-Star break, but has been cleared to return to the lineup tonight vs. the Devils. Larkin has 12 goals and six assists (18 points) in 47 games this season and the Red Wings have sent Drew Miller to Grand Rapids (AHL) to make room for him.
Larkin (upper-body) practiced on Monday; could return on Tuesday.
Larkin missed the last two games before the All-Star break, but could be back in vs. the Devils on Tuesday. Larkin has struggled this year, but will be looking to finish 2016-17 off strong. Monitor his status during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Larkin will miss the next two games with an upper-body injury.
The Red Wings have two huge games vs. the Bruins and the Maple Leafs prior to the All-Star break, but they’ll be without Larkin. Larkin has had a tough season, posting just 12 goals and six assists (18 points) in 47 games this season and should be replaced by either Steve Ott, who is on IR, or Drew Miller, should he clear waivers.
Larkin (undisclosed) is probable for Monday's game.
Larkin missed Saturday’s game with an undisclosed injury, but he skated on the Red Wings’ top line and top power play in the morning skate and is expected to be in the lineup tonight. Larkin has goals in each of his last two games and continues to lead the NHL in plus-minus (+21).
Larkin has made the Red Wings’ roster and is expected to skate on the top line.
Larkin, 19, was the Red Wings’ first round pick (15th overall) in 2014 and has made tremendous strides since then. In his freshman year at the University of Michigan, he posted 15 goals and 32 assists (47 points) in 35 games. He decided to turn pro after that and scored five points (3G / 2A) in six playoff games with Grand Rapids. This September he was impressive as well, posting three goals, one assists and 15 shots on goal in five preseason games. This resume of work earned him a spot on the opening night roster and head coach Jeff Blashill said he plans on starting Larkin on a line with Henrik Zetterberg and Justin Abdelkader.