Ludvig Larsson may have only spent one season with Penn State, but it has already paid off.
It was announced Tuesday morning that Larsson has signed an Amateur Tryout Agreement (ATO) with the Binghamton Devils.
Per a Penn State press release, Larsson will join the AHL affiliate of the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday.
Graduate transfer Ludvig Larsson has inked an ATO agreement with the Binghamton Devils of the American Hockey League! Larsson will join the team in Laval Wednesday night! Congrats Luda! #WeAre #HockeyValley— Penn State Men’s Hockey (@PennStateMHKY) March 26, 2019
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The first graduate transfer in program history, Larsson played in all 39 games for the Nittany Lions this season, recording nine goals and 25 points. His impact was best felt in the faceoff circle, where he won a team-best 59.6 percent of draws, good for 10th in the nation.
Prior to joining Penn State, Larsson spent three seasons with Merrimack. In total, he played 130 collegiate games, with 33 goals and 70 points to his credit.