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Larkin burns three defenders and makes unselfish play for goal.

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Dylan Larkin is quickly establishing himself as phenom in the NHL.

The Detroit Red Wings' forward made yet another jaw-dropping play on Saturday against the Islanders', further establishing himself as a budding superstar in the league.

Larkin took a feed from Pavel Datsyuk and burst into the Islanders' zone past a trio of defenders before threading a perfect pass through Travis Hamonic to Kyle Quincey, who scored his second goal of the season.

This proves that Larkin has the maturity to make the big plays in split-second situations.

It's plays like this that have made the 19-year old the Red Wings' leading scorer with 36 points on the season.

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