Detroit Red Wings suffer top-line loss; Dylan Larkin out at least through weekend
The Detroit Red Wings are without a captain for at least the whole weekend.
Dylan Larkin did not travel to Chicago after suffering an upper body injury. Coach Jeff Blashill said Larkin was injured during Thursday's game against the Nashville Predators, describing the injury as a limitation on Larkin's ability to faceoffs.
Larkin has four goals and seven assists in 22 games. The Wings are also without top striker Tyler Bertuzzi, who has been out since January 30, also with an upper body injury.
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This article originally appeared in the Detroit Free Press: Detroit Red Wings Without Dylan Larkin until at least the weekend
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