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Tryamkin's Victims

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Groot has been pounding guys all year. I know its not politically correct to hope the other team gets injuries (unless your playing Calgary - then its OK), but considering our team is called 'soft and shrimpy' having a hammer on defence is a good thing to have other teams keep their heads up. Treenoble might not be a big scrapper, but the guy just plays heavy.

He injured Benn and Richardson this season.. did he not injure someone else at the beginning of the year?? I honestly cant remember..

either way.. has anyone else caused more 'man games lost' on our team? (Not including Stetcher)
is anyone keeping score of who causes more man games lost? (Hanzel used to be an injury causing machine as well)
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I think tryamkin is actually playing soft at the moment. I believe as we get better he will lose the fear of putting us short handed and gain confidence in himself and be a complete brute.
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rats19 wrote:I think tryamkin is actually playing soft at the moment. I believe as we get better he will lose the fear of putting us short handed and gain confidence in himself and be a complete brute.
Groot played a couple soft games after he crushed Richardson as well... its like he feels sorry about hurting people.. then he gets over it..
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I like Nikita. The physicality will come. Dorset or Gudbranson gotta give him a few pointers with the gloves off though. If he ever dropped them with a guy like Chara or Lucic he'd get murdered.
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rats19 wrote:I think tryamkin is actually playing soft at the moment. I believe as we get better he will lose the fear of putting us short handed and gain confidence in himself and be a complete brute.
Your right, that is what he's afraid of.
He knows the refs are on him real quick. In reality, at this point, they may be helping him become a better scrapper. He has to know the correct, (LOL), way to do it. About 3 times now, I've heard the refs yelling at him to let the guy's head go. He just towers over them so much it would be too easy to punch down and that would be bad.

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Blob Mckenzie wrote:I like Nikita. The physicality will come. Dorset or Gudbranson gotta give him a few pointers with the gloves off though. If he ever dropped them with a guy like Chara or Lucic he'd get murdered.
Yup, he just needs a couple years of getting some man muscle, when that happens at age 24-25 fuckbro TRAMZ is gonna be a scary beast ala Chara.
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The best part? He's played ONLY 72 NHL GAMES!

This kid is still a rookie and finding his place in a new league, new town and learning a new language - by far a huge bright spot for this team, and can only get better.

I'd consider him untouchable as far as trades go, he's got far too much potential.
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Cornuck wrote:The best part? He's played ONLY 72 NHL GAMES!

This kid is still a rookie and finding his place in a new league, new town and learning a new language - by far a huge bright spot for this team, and can only get better.

I'd consider him untouchable as far as trades go, he's got far too much potential.
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Madcombinepilot wrote: is anyone keeping score of who causes more man games lost? (Hanzel used to be an injury causing machine as well)
I don't think he'll ever top Edler, who's slapper broke Salo's orbital bone and ruptured his nut.
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rats19 wrote:
Cornuck wrote:The best part? He's played ONLY 72 NHL GAMES!

This kid is still a rookie and finding his place in a new league, new town and learning a new language - by far a huge bright spot for this team, and can only get better.

I'd consider him untouchable as far as trades go, he's got far too much potential.
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ESQ wrote:
Madcombinepilot wrote: is anyone keeping score of who causes more man games lost? (Hanzel used to be an injury causing machine as well)
I don't think he'll ever top Edler, who's slapper broke Salo's orbital bone and ruptured his nut.
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Ya I agree, he's learning to use his physicality more and it will come. Mostly he seems willing to drop em, well one glove anyway, in defence of a teammate. Although the Benn fight was all about Benn pushing back. He doesn't have to be a puncher to survive in the league. Like Chara he just has to show he can kill you with a punch. Unlike Chara, who I loved in his prime, Trymakin has real bang power on his hits. I swear he looks like he's giving love taps and then someone goes flying into the boards. That's the meanness I want him to develop, be a punishing checker.

The other thing I notice more each game is his leadership. He's talking to his teammates more, directing traffic and always comes to the aid of a fallen comrade. He'll even push them off the ice! The guy oozes character.
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ESQ wrote:
Madcombinepilot wrote: is anyone keeping score of who causes more man games lost? (Hanzel used to be an injury causing machine as well)
I don't think he'll ever top Edler, who's slapper broke Salo's orbital bone and ruptured his nut.
Edler ruptured Salo's nut? I thought he took a slapper from an opposing player.
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Hockey Widow wrote:
ESQ wrote:
Madcombinepilot wrote: is anyone keeping score of who causes more man games lost? (Hanzel used to be an injury causing machine as well)
I don't think he'll ever top Edler, who's slapper broke Salo's orbital bone and ruptured his nut.
Edler ruptured Salo's nut? I thought he took a slapper from an opposing player.
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