Hairy Kneel

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  1. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    I like Edler's and Tanev's game last year. But I think they will both be on the downswing by the time the new core is ready to push for a playoff spot. There were a few fairly good middling Dmen available as UFA's but we had no room for them. I think these 2 of our vet Dmen could really help a bubble team now in the next cup run ie their time is now to have a chance to win a Stanley Cup, but it can't be with us, because we're rebuilding. I'm hoping for OJ and Hughes to break into the line up this season but suspect Hughes will be going back to play with his brother. We're due for a impact D man to break into our line up.
  2. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    Looking at this D group makes me think that this is the year to trade Edler and Tanev while they're worth something.
  3. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    For a 23 year old 3rd round pick Tryamkin has shown great potential as a shut down Dman. Dmen take a little longer to develop so I think some seasoning in his hometown team with Avtomobilist will do nothing but good. Plus he can sort out his much talked about family situation. My guestimate is that he's leaving several million on the table to help out his home team. Sheer economics, and the fact he still fly's the Canuck colors on his Instagram make me sure he Will Be Back. My guestimate is he's making between 1-2 M there where he can make 3-5 M here. The detractors on this page that continually bash him personally look like nothing but trolls. They seem dead set on not letting anything positive about this 23 year old kid go through without debate. Really guys if you hate the kid so much stay off his page. Based on his last season games I watched the fitness thing is over for Tryamkin the kid learned his lesson well.
  4. Thank You Jim Benning.

    Should've -- could've -- would've, we came pretty dam close there, the Twins and Lulongo and good coaching almost got us the cup (snake bit ref's, snake bit league officials ie a bit of league gerrymandering... all up for debate now, but with clear cases to be made for some favoritism) Nevertheless here we are moving forward with a new fresh core. I think our new narrative will be shaped by Green, and how he molds this team together, beginning with this upcoming season. Benning has given him some pieces to work with,,hopefully a couple more pieces to be added to this roster through trades. I'm hoping for a good consistent showing this year. Plus I am not expectant of a playoff berth, it'd be nice, but not the be all and end all of the season. I just want to see 4 lines and 6 D that compete and work together as one squad, and gel. With no passengers.
  5. Loui Eriksson | #21 | LW/RW

    If he doesn't start scoring by Xmas they should waive him down to Utica.
  6. Proposal Van-LA

    Maybe at the trade deadline when teams load up for the playoffs, but a veteran forward good on FO's the price may indeed be going up. I think Sutters point totals are going up this season too with less defensive zone starts.
  7. Happy Birthday, Loui Eriksson!

    I'm waiving at you for your birthday!!
  8. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    Pub team? that's rather harsh. It was JB's fault? Oh that's right WD's sh%$ don't stink in your and his little love world. Marry the guy already.
  9. Why so many mononucleosis cases for hockey players?

    Is the penalty box fresh water bottles or shared? can't tell
  10. [Discussion] Quantity for quality

    Sutter I can see but not the other 2
  11. [Discussion] Quantity for quality

    Nobody want our cast offs. Only if we're taking back a bad contract.
  12. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    I know at that age too, when it takes a little longer for D, him and Hughes Danger!
  13. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    Didn't he break someone just leaning on them like out for a whole whack of games.
  14. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    I watched a few of his KHL games and what your saying is very much true on our smaller ice. Teams are forced to go his way more than they want to..ask Jamie Benn. Tryamkin has to skate more in the KHL because there's more room, he closes in on guys faster here than there. Can't wait to see him back.
  15. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    Like when Tryamkin stood up for Shore..where are the vets when our guys get run, our vets always turned the other cheek seems like most times