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1 hour ago, Stierlitz said:

Hmm Tryamkin on 4th position for the most powerful shots in the KHL in the last week with 163.4 km per hr...

 

For us old West Coast Loggers, that rounds out like:

164 kilometres per hour =

101.905 miles per hour.
That will give a mountain a Mowhawk.
 
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17 hours ago, theo5789 said:

Who are the other players on the list?

1.Mat Robinson, Canadian: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mat_Robinson

2. Alexey Vasilevski, Russian: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexei_Vasilevsky_(ice_hockey,_born_1993)

3. Patrik Hersley, Sweden: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrik_Hersley

4. Nikita Tryamkin, Russian

5. Stepan Zakharchuk, Russian: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepan_Zakharchuk

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39 minutes ago, Elias Pettersson said:

I think Chara holds the record for hardest shot at 108.8.  Nikita could get there with some practice. 

I would also like to think that perhaps the Equipment Sponsors to the NHL might pay Nik a little more attention in the NHL vs the KHL?

He is a rather large Human being.    A custom stick may await him that he has never been granted ,. and perhaps a damn lid too! ;) 

 

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5 hours ago, SilentSam said:

I would also like to think that perhaps the Equipment Sponsors to the NHL might pay Nik a little more attention in the NHL vs the KHL?

He is a rather large Human being.    A custom stick may await him that he has never been granted ,. and perhaps a damn lid too! ;) 

 

Just let him wear his Avto one, looks like a normal fit.

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5 hours ago, Elias Pettersson said:

I think Chara holds the record for hardest shot at 108.8.  Nikita could get there with some practice. 

While this may be true, 101.9 is just fine with me as long as he's got some accuracy to his shot. Boy do I miss the Salo days.

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10 minutes ago, theo5789 said:

While this may be true, 101.9 is just fine with me as long as he's got some accuracy to his shot. Boy do I miss the Salo days.

Makes me wonder if Bobby Hull's 118.3 MPH slap shot was true?

The interesting part was Bobby claimed his wrist shot was faster???

 

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20 hours ago, theo5789 said:

While this may be true, 101.9 is just fine with me as long as he's got some accuracy to his shot. Boy do I miss the Salo days.

Yes,  confidence and consistency to shoot will create many opportunities other than the shot itself.

Wish Edler would be less picky looking for perfection and concentrate on general direction.

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1 hour ago, SilentSam said:

Yes,  confidence and consistency to shoot will create many opportunities other than the shot itself.

Wish Edler would be less picky looking for perfection and concentrate on general direction.

Seems to me his problem is the time it takes him to get the shot off.

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1 hour ago, WeneedLumme said:

Seems to me his problem is the time it takes him to get the shot off.

I think he’s averaging about 3-4 shots a game now..  hopefully we get to see the positive changes for ourselves soon ;) (Tryamkin).

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12 minutes ago, Elias Pettersson said:

118.3 with those wooden sticks?  Highly doubt that.  He was probably drinking and telling that story at the bar...

https://www.tsn.ca/breaking-speed-limits-1.930596

 

It was Popular Mechanics that published the data. Now what the methodology was in 1968 is at issue. (Fast radar gun? Maybe miscalculation of the speed the speed over the distance was incorrect?) 

http://hockey-blog-in-canada.blogspot.com/2009/12/hardest-shot-ever.html

 

I've also seen the reference to Hull's shot from the National Research Council radar gun? But I'm finding it hard to verify that. 

In fact the links on several sites refer to no longer archived articles. 

 

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