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Look at the beach he must have super tough feet too walk on that beach....I see no sand.

his wife is hot..they look like a good couple....love the picture looks like a old picture from the 70s...must of been shot with one of those communist cameras....A Nikonov camera.

 

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9 hours ago, TheRocket18 said:

This is not, repeat Not, a good sign for us...  Hmmm would I rather be in the wieght room..... Or...

Easy.

 

Even Gud takes vacations.  He was in Africa when he got traded.

 

These guys are people,  not robots.  They literally do nothing but train 10 months/year,  let'em relax a bit.

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8 hours ago, smokes said:

This guy is going to be a 6 million dollar defenceman. The way he adjusted to the NHL in such a short time to the way he manhandled some of the opposing players. With a little more work on his shot and accuracy, he's a future number one pairing defenceman,

A great start last year but the sample is small. Cannot wait to see how he comes out of the gate this fall. I assuming he will be paired with Sbisa. Gudbranson could really help this kid. I'm not a big fan of the KHL but his time there will be a big help in his development. He is a NHL rookie but hardly a rookie.

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21 hours ago, TheRocket18 said:

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This is not, repeat Not, a good sign for us...  Hmmm would I rather be in the wieght room..... Or...

 

21 hours ago, leomessi said:

Can;t sit in the weight room for 24 hours of the day.... dudes allowed to do other things

Emphasis on the "do."

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On ‎11‎/‎07‎/‎2016 at 9:07 AM, ThrustyPrusty89 said:

 

 

Y'all are scandalous ahaha. I think I just heard Willie or Benning in an interview saying they know Try's been putting in work this summer. He's posted a couple pics on instagram of him in the gym and from some summer league or something that he skated in (need @Stierlitz for the translation! ). 

Yeah according to his Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/nikita_tryamkin88/ Nikita participated in the Andrey Petrakov mini-tournament in Yekaterinburg in June and his team won the 1st place. Andrey Petrakov played for Avto and passed away 3 years ago. This is an unofficial tournament with local players from KHL, MHL. Teams play just one period of 20 minutes with each other. There are a lot of pictures in his Instagram page including him in gym but I am not able to post them here...

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16 hours ago, smokes said:

This guy is going to be a 6 million dollar defenceman. The way he adjusted to the NHL in such a short time to the way he manhandled some of the opposing players. With a little more work on his shot and accuracy, he's a future number one pairing defenceman,

I sure hope so smokes. Looks like we just drafted a partner for him in Juolevi. 

 

JB has a plan. 

 

Juolevi Tryamkin

Hutton  Gudbranson. 

 

Not sure Tryamkin can be a top pair Dman, particularly being left handed, but if he does, Juolevi will only have that much more time and space to do his thing. 

 

Either way it's an exciting time to be a Canucks fan. We have a lot of young kids to follow and see how they turn out. 

 

Growing the plant brings just as much joy as eating the fruit from it. 

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On 7/12/2016 at 10:35 AM, Boudrias said:

A great start last year but the sample is small. Cannot wait to see how he comes out of the gate this fall. I assuming he will be paired with Sbisa. Gudbranson could really help this kid. I'm not a big fan of the KHL but his time there will be a big help in his development. He is a NHL rookie but hardly a rookie.

I agree. It's going to be very interesting. I love his physical play but he really needs to develop his foot work. Once he gains confidence in his abilities and gets used to the smaller ice surface, the sky's the limit for this kid. 

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I would think he'd be hard to go wide against...his skating, wingspan and his experience of wide rinks would only help him...now he's closer to the boards with less to protect....it's going to be interesting watching McDavid try going wide on him....It might end with a splat to the glass.

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49 minutes ago, HockeyHarry said:

I would think he'd be hard to go wide against...his skating, wingspan and his experience of wide rinks would only help him...now he's closer to the boards with less to protect....it's going to be interesting watching McDavid try going wide on him....It might end with a splat to the glass.

When he squeezes somebody out along the boards they're going to feel it. I think we'll see a few forwards stopping at the blue line and throwing it in instead.

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46 minutes ago, Freeridebc said:

I wish they'd do a prospect summer update on him. There's so many intriguing prospects, and how this summer will help or hold back some of them. 

Agreed. The last thing I remember hearing was that he was going to Russia to get married and then coming back out here to train. Training with an NHL club for most of the offseason suggests good things to come for next year, but I want to see some progress for personal hype purposes.

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4 minutes ago, Bigturk8 said:

Agreed. The last thing I remember hearing was that he was going to Russia to get married and then coming back out here to train. Training with an NHL club for most of the offseason suggests good things to come for next year, but I want to see some progress for personal hype purposes.

Totally agree as well. 

One thing I thought regarding Tryamkin, as far as how serious he is to play in a North American market, would be the progression of his English. 

 

Maybe I'm wrong, but I'd be equally as stoked if he showed up next year in great shape, and with some solid English foundation. Would show me a lot of work had been put in to be the most effective all around. 

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17 minutes ago, Bigturk8 said:

Agreed. The last thing I remember hearing was that he was going to Russia to get married and then coming back out here to train. Training with an NHL club for most of the offseason suggests good things to come for next year, but I want to see some progress for personal hype purposes.

Basically why I follow any Canucks social media at all

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