After making NHL debut, Ducks’ Larsson returned to Swedish League

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Whirlwind start of the season for Jacob Larsson.

Larsson, taken 27th overall by Anaheim at the 2015 draft, was returned to Swedish League side Frolunda this week, a move that comes after he surprised by making the Ducks out of training camp, then proceeded to play four games for the club.

Larsson, 19, also played in four games with AHL San Diego.

So, why the move back home? Apparently Frolunda had a loan agreement in place with Anaheim that allowed for the promising young d-man’s return, to the club that groomed him through the youth and junior ranks.

Last season Larsson played in 47 games for Frolunda, scoring 14 points.

The 6-foot-2, 191-pounder probably wasn’t going to see much more time at the NHL level this year — if at all — especially with Anaheim’s defense coming into full focus. Hampus Lindholm, who recently signed a six-year, $31.5 million extension, is expected to be back next week.

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