Dylan Larkin is like all NHL players: at home, waiting for what's next.
The Red Wings forward is resting and healing at a time where he'd usually be finishing the regular season.
He spoke Monday during an Atlantic Division conference call through the NHL.
Dylan Larkin is finding creative ways to train during the NHL's pause.
“For myself, I haven’t had a time like this, just hanging at home and taking care of my body and resting. So that’s been one little positive," he said. pic.twitter.com/ImWY03zxwV
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“For myself, I haven’t had a time like this, just hanging at home and taking care of my body and resting. So that’s been one little positive," he said.
Larkin was asked which Red Wings teammate he'd most - and least - like to be with during the quarantine.
Most? Robby Fabbri.
"He brags about his cooking. That would be pretty clutch right now. He’s a true professional, too, in taking care of his body. So, he might be able to show me a couple of things," Larkin added.
As for which teammate he'd least like to be in quarantine: He said it was tough, but maybe Tyler Bertuzzi. That made John Tavares, Zdeno Chara, and Brady Tkachuk laugh.
"Kind of a slob," he smiled. “His locker stall, he has things everywhere. He’d make a mess and I’d be picking up after him. Though we would have a good time.”