Larkin put up 19 goals and 53 points in 71 games prior to the league's pause of play in mid-March.
Despite leading the Wings in points, it's been something of a disappointing season for the fifth-year NHLer. Larkin's well off last year's 32-goal, 73-point pace. Also, his minus-21 rating stands out as a black mark even though it's not actually his worst performance in that regard (minus-28 in 2016-17). It's no secret that Detroit is rebuilding and doesn't have many exciting NHL assets at the moment outside of Larkin, so we expect he'll be just fine in the long run as the team improves. In the meantime, owners can't be blamed for feeling underwhelmed with the 23-year-old's output.
Larkin scored a goal and added two assists, one on the power play, in Sunday's 5-4 shootout win over the Lightning.
He also beat Curtis McElhinney in the shootout. The Wings' top line was the story of the afternoon, as Larkin, Tyler Bertuzzi and Anthony Mantha accounted for all but one of the team's points. Larkin has found the scoresheet in four straight games and eight of the last nine, piling up an impressive four goals and 13 points over that stretch.
Larkin posted an assist, two shots on goal and four hits in Friday's 2-1 win over the Blackhawks.
Larkin has four points in his last three games, and 10 (three goals, seven helpers) in his last eight. His assist Friday put him at 50 points through 69 contests this year. The 23-year-old center has added 213 shots with a minus-23 rating -- Larkin remains the centerpiece of the Red Wings' offense.
Larkin snagged an assist, three shots on net and two hits in Monday's 2-1 loss to the Avalanche.
Larkin has been strong in his last seven games, during which he's netted three goals and supplied six helpers. The 23-year-old center has 49 points (18 tallies, 31 assists), 211 shots and 39 PIM in 68 appearances this year. Few Red Wings have made an impact offensively in 2019-20, but Larkin leads the team in points.
Larkin scored a goal and added an assist Saturday in a 4-3 shootout loss to the Senators.
Larkin's modest point streak had been snapped Thursday night. But he's still heating up, relative to his overall performance. Larkin now has 48 points in 67 games, but he won't come close to his career mark set last year (73 points).
Larkin provided a secondary assist on the power play Tuesday in a 4-1 loss to the Devils.
Detroit remains the cellar dweller of the entire league, but Larkin's on top of his game based on an active four-game point streak comprised of two goals and four helpers. The natural-born leader will look to stay hot in Thursday's home clash with the Wild.
Larkin scored twice on three shots in a 4-2 loss to Calgary on Sunday.
Larkin was a one-man offense for Detroit, getting the Red Wings on the board with a brilliant individual rush in the first period and drawing them to within 3-2 with two minutes left in regulation. The 23-year-old won't approach his 32 goals or 73 points of a year ago, but he's provided a respectable 17 goals and 45 points in 64 games for the last-place Wings.
Larkin collected two assists in a 4-3 win over Montreal on Tuesday.
After four games without a point, Larkin's name showed up twice Tuesday, giving the 23-year-old 42 points in 62 games. His 23:23 of ice time versus the Canadiens broke a streak of three straight games playing less than 20 minutes. This was Larkin's second multi-point performance this month.
Larkin picked up his 25th assist of the season in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Bruins.
The Bruins tried to rip the puck away from Larkin while he was pinned against the boards, but the fleet-footed pivot managed to slip the biscuit to Tyler Bertuzzi, who ultimately telegraphed a slick cross-ice pass to Andreas Athanasiou for the go-ahead goal. After teasing a points-per-game pace early in the season, Larkin sits at 15 goals and 40 points through 57 games.
Larkin scored two goals in a 4-3 shootout win over Buffalo on Thursday.
Larkin is well-behind his 73-point pace from last season, but he has picked things up since Christmas. He has 18 points (seven goals, 11 assists) in his last 17 games. You may still be able to scoop him in a keeper format, especially if his owner only sees 39 points in 55 games.
Larkin notched an assist in Wednesday's 4-2 loss to the Wild.
Larkin's hot streak has yielded five goals and nine helpers in his last 13 games. The 23-year-old is at 36 points (13 tallies, 23 helpers), 155 shots on goal and nine power-play points through 51 contests this season. He'll look to stay hot after the All-Star break when the Red Wings visit the Rangers on Jan. 31.
Larkin has five goals and eight assists over the last month -- a span of 14 games.
Detroit's supposed captain of the future has regained his form after a particularly rough stretch that saw Larkin net just one point (an assist) over the final eight games of November. It's been difficult to trust any Red Wing this season; after all, the team only has 28 points in the standings, but Larkin averages a whopping 21:09 of ice time to give him plenty of chances to crack the scoresheet.
Larkin scored a goal and dished a pair of assists in Monday's 6-3 loss to the Avalanche.
Larkin seemingly tried to carry the Red Wings' offense Monday, but he was no match for the Avalanche's high-scoring ways. The center has 13 points (five tallies, eight helpers) in his last 12 outings. The 23-year-old is up to 13 goals and 35 points through 50 games this season. He's added 154 shots on goal, 27 PIM and a minus-16 rating.
Larkin managed an assist Sunday in a 5-1 loss to the Sabres.
Larkin widened his point streak to six games with the secondary apple. Detroit still ranks dead last in team scoring (2.2 goals per game), but the speedy top-line pivot still seems to have a winning mentality through all the adversity.
Larkin scored a power-play goal on four shots in Friday's 3-2 shootout win over the Senators.
Larkin scored at 5:32 of the second period on a feed from Filip Hronek. The star center also tallied the only goal in the shootout to secure the win. Larkin has two markers and three helpers over his last five games. He's up to 29 points, 140 shots on goal and a minus-15 rating in 45 contests. While he's nowhere near last year's 73-point pace, the 23-year-old's recent form suggests he may have rediscovered his scoring touch since the calendar flipped to 2020.
Larkin registered a power-play assist, three shots on goal and two PIM in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Blackhawks.
Larkin has amassed two goals and three helpers in the last five games, including points in three straight. The 23-year-old is up to 27 points, 132 shots and a minus-16 rating in 43 contests this season.
Larkin scored a goal and blocked two shots in Friday's 4-1 loss to the Stars.
Larkin got the Red Wings off to a good start with his tally at 3:47 of the first period, but Stars goalie Anton Khudobin wouldn't make another mistake. Through 42 games, Larkin has 10 goals, 26 points, 129 shots on goal and a minus-15 rating. A slow offensive season can be explained by his 7.8 shooting percentage, slightly under his career rate of 9.4 percent. With the Red Wings lacking many dangerous scoring threats, opposing defenses can contain Larkin, and he hasn't been able to break free yet.
Larkin scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 5-4 loss to Florida.
Larkin is way off his 73-point pace of 2018-19. In fact, he'll be hard-pressed to hit 50 points this year. Larkin remains the cornerstone of the Red Wings franchise, so see if you can get him for your keeper squad. His current owner might be frustrated and give him up for less than he's worth.
Larkin (illness) will play in Saturday's game against the Canadiens despite missing practice Friday, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Larkin should retain his usual spots as the top-line and first power-play pivot. He's avoided missing a game so far this season but has gotten off to a somewhat slow start, notching just eight goals and 20 points through 33 games after racking up 73 points in 76 games last year.
Larkin was absent from Friday's practice session due to an illness, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Larkin was able to power through his illness to suit up in Thursday's matchup with Winnipeg, so he's unlikely to sit out against Montreal on Saturday. The elite center has tallied two goals and two helpers in his last five games, all of which have been scored with the man advantage. While a lack of 5-on-5 production may be a concern to the coaching staff, fantasy owners certainly won't be disappointed.
|Last 7 Games|
|03/10||vs CAR||L 2-5||0||0||0||+1||21:15|
|03/08||vs TB||W 5-4 (SO)||1||2||3||+1||23:39|
|03/06||vs CHI||W 2-1||0||1||1||0||23:05|
|03/02||vs COL||L 1-2||0||1||1||0||24:43|
|02/29||@ OTT||L 3-4 (SO)||1||1||2||0||19:57|
|02/27||vs MIN||L 1-7||0||0||0||-1||20:53|
|02/25||vs NJ||L 1-4||0||1||1||0||21:55|
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