Although they have captured 11 of them, the Red Wings haven’t won hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup since 2008. With the selection of talented center Dylan Larkin in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, it may not be long before the city is throwing another championship parade. Larkin burst onto the scene with a goal and an assist in his first career game on opening night 2015-16. In that matchup with the Maple Leafs on 10/9/15, he assisted on Justin Abdelkader’s goal and later lit the lamp against Jonathan Bernier for the first of what certainly will be hundreds of goals in his career. The 19-year-old center has the Red Wings on the verge of Atlantic Division dominance once again thanks to his creative play with the puck and team-first mentality. He was a consistent scorer early in his rookie season with a pair of five-game point streaks in the first half of the campaign. Larkin has signed this Red Wings mini helmet in black paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five Step Process.