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2 minutes ago, mll said:

It might be a compressed schedule - no All Star game and no bye-week in the schedule.  If they start in December it could be as early as mid-January.  

 

Does his KHL contract even have an out-clause?  If they don't release him by that RFA signing deadline he won't be available to join the Canucks in 2020/21. 

 

Also with the cap likely tight and Ferland possibly on LTIR the Canucks would have to keep his cap hit available to be able to sign him during the regular season.  With LTIR in use they can't bank cap space and will have to be under the cap by his full cap hit to be able to add him (no pro-rata approach with LTIR in use).  

 

There's no cap limit in the post-season but that's past the RFA signing deadline.  

 

I’m not as up to speed with the nuances of RFA stuff. But would it in theory be possible to sign him by the date required however he doesn’t report untill end of the KHL season? 

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1 hour ago, UKNuck96 said:

I’m not as up to speed with the nuances of RFA stuff. But would it in theory be possible to sign him by the date required however he doesn’t report untill end of the KHL season? 

A loan to another league is treated like a buried contract - similar to when a player is sent to the AHL.  Anything in excess of 1.075M counts against the salary cap (didn't check if the limit changed under the new CBA).

 

Don't see it happening.  He would need to get out of KHL contract and the Canucks would need to keep the cap space available without any guarantee that he can get out of his KHL contract. 

 

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On 8/17/2020 at 9:05 AM, UKNuck96 said:

Have to in the KHL - the rinks in the KHl are different sizes, so a defence many needs to be able to play on the tight NA sized rinks, the finish width and the international 30m width.  Defencemen when playing on a 30m wide rink need to be a lot more mobile and cannot cheat positionally as much. However they also need to learn how to use the tighter spaces on the 26m rinks. 

 

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Tryamkin easily adapted to the Canadian size rink in 2016.

.. and the Conversions in the KHL started 2018-19.

Tryamkin thrived on his physical prowess in the NHL because of the tighter gap he could produce on forwards.

Im pretty sure Podolzkin,  who’s jump, physical play, aggressiveness on the puck, and straight line attacks will prove that conversations in this era of the game about rink sizes and adapting , are becoming over rated.

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5 hours ago, Nuxfanabroad said:

@Hairy Kneel Condolences to you & your family, for your sad news yesterday HK. All the best

Thank you. Nuxfan appreciate it. 

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On 8/17/2020 at 4:08 PM, Nuxfanabroad said:

@SilentSam Are you mixing conversion/conversation? Not sure whether it's a noun/verb back there(?), & I mighta' broke my brain.

Probably my brain Nux ..  

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Still think when Tryamkin gets back, he will have lots of time left in his career to hold the NHL tittle for most broken legs against opponents ;) 

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Tryamkin averaged 21:56 ice time in the regular season and 22:48 in the playoffs so far.

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Nik definitely would have taken the piss out of a lot of the intimidation the Canucks have faced so far..  

The young man is built for playoff hockey , strong and powerful on opposing forwards,. And cool headed doing it.

Reaves and Carrier would be smudge marks on the boards,.  A someone like Perron would be used at the next WHL teddy bear toss.

Next season I can see the main focus on Defence.

Our offensive changes will just happen with players being pushed out of jobs by way of a great farm system..

Quite possible all our answers on D fence are already within our “rights” and ready for the next step.

As odd a season this has been,  the excitement of what Benning has been creating is on the surface.

 

Have a great night in Edmonton boys!

Id say the win tonight takes us to a seventh game win hands down.

Vegas should be feeling desperate.

... even if Markstrom is on the bench.

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On 9/4/2020 at 6:13 AM, SilentSam said:

Nik definitely would have taken the piss out of a lot of the intimidation the Canucks have faced so far..  

The young man is built for playoff hockey , strong and powerful on opposing forwards,. And cool headed doing it.

Reaves and Carrier would be smudge marks on the boards,.  A someone like Perron would be used at the next WHL teddy bear toss.

Next season I can see the main focus on Defence.

Our offensive changes will just happen with players being pushed out of jobs by way of a great farm system..

Quite possible all our answers on D fence are already within our “rights” and ready for the next step.

As odd a season this has been,  the excitement of what Benning has been creating is on the surface.

 

Have a great night in Edmonton boys!

Id say the win tonight takes us to a seventh game win hands down.

Vegas should be feeling desperate.

... even if Markstrom is on the bench.

Awesome! Maybe Perron's the Dwarf Toss?

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8 hours ago, SilentSam said:

 

Looks like through 5 games, he's leading his team in ice time per game. Also leading in hits from the defense and currently 2nd on the defense in scoring.

 

Looks like a guy that came to start the season in shape to squander those who are still concerned about that. And playing top minutes would suggest he's probably more than just a bottom pairing guy. He's shown this last year, but people were still doubting it. Just wanted to bring this up because it looks like he's continued it into this season.

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5 hours ago, theo5789 said:

Looks like through 5 games, he's leading his team in ice time per game. Also leading in hits from the defense and currently 2nd on the defense in scoring.

 

Looks like a guy that came to start the season in shape to squander those who are still concerned about that. And playing top minutes would suggest he's probably more than just a bottom pairing guy. He's shown this last year, but people were still doubting it. Just wanted to bring this up because it looks like he's continued it into this season.

He is living up to his potential Theo,.

but the ceiling on this kid, and I suspect the longetivity of his career are going to flourish in the NHL.  

Perhaps a bit of good luck to be playing with a North American Coach who will help to see his full tool box opened and prepare him for expectations and his experience with the Canucks.

 

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Size matters. I’m convinced that if we had Tryamkin this post-season, we would have got through the Knights and be playing in the conference finals.

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