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About Dylan Larkin Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
The 15th overall pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, Detroit Red Wings left winger Dylan Larkin is skating and shooting his way to the top of the NHL charts. Before this Michigan native was taking over the NHL he was winning awards with the University of Michigan as Freshman of the Year and Second Team All-American. Now a solid shooter with the Red wings and the 2016 Red Wings Rookie of the Year, Dylan Larkin is on his way to unforgettable fame.
Update any NHL collection today with an addition of Dylan Larkin autographed memorabilia. Show off your Detroit Red Wings pride with a Larkin signed jersey or bring the hype from the ice directly to your man cave wall with a Dylan Larkin signed photo. Not a Red wings loyal? Dylan Larkin signed memorabilia is a great sports gift Red wings fans of all ages are sure to enjoy and cherish for many years to come.
Honor the ongoing career of this bright young star with the purchase of Dylan Larkin signed memorabilia. Be sure to shop the entire product offering today before shopping the collections of his Red Wings teammates Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk.