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6 minutes ago, Slegr said:

I sure hope the possibility of an out clause comes to fruition for this year.

Honestly, the fact we didn’t land on a contract with this guy when we could have a couple of months ago hurt more than losing Tanev and Stecher to unrestricted free agency.

I’ll be so pumped when we bring Tryamkin back.

If there was an out clause, we would've heard about it already. The only way I believe is if he buys out his own contract.

 

Both sides were uncertain about when the next season would begin. This way Tryamkin gets paid now. The good news is that there is interest from his side and there still seems to be. He will come over next year with Podkolzin, so they can make each other feel more comfortable being here.

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13 hours ago, Setyoureyesontheprize said:

What is the issue? Russian season is finished by the time nhl season starts. He can sign then

the issue is that he is an RFA, as such normally they have to sign prior to December 1st in order to play that season. In a normal situation the KHL season would finish in March and he wouldn't be able to play in the NHL until the following season - that is why we didn't see him this year. 

 

However this season depending on when the NHL season starts and what date they use for the RFA deadline he might be able to come over, however if that's before the end of the KHL it would be 21-22 season when he would feature

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That’s not an issue at all then

 

 Due to the extenuating circumstances they will change the dates to fit this new NHL schedule and so many RFA’s get an opportunity to sign. 

6 hours ago, UKNuck96 said:

the issue is that he is an RFA, as such normally they have to sign prior to December 1st in order to play that season. In a normal situation the KHL season would finish in March and he wouldn't be able to play in the NHL until the following season - that is why we didn't see him this year. 

 

However this season depending on when the NHL season starts and what date they use for the RFA deadline he might be able to come over, however if that's before the end of the KHL it would be 21-22 season when he would feature

 

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It'd be neat to see him next season, but so long as we get him signed I don't care if we have to wait a season. I just want him locked up. He looks to be taking on a much larger role this season and that's very promising. 

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Nikita racking up those minutes.  Third time this season he has racked up north of 25 minutes.

 

https://www.eliteprospects.com/player/123119/nikita-tryamkin

 

According to eliteprospects Nikita wearing the "A" again and is on pace to match his totals in his first year back in the KHL with 25 points and 109 PIMS and subsequently tallied two 11 point seasons afterwards.  Nikita growing confidence again and looking like a good player to have in a years time.

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11 minutes ago, CRAZY_4_NAZZY said:

 

Nikita racking up those minutes.  Third time this season he has racked up north of 25 minutes.

 

https://www.eliteprospects.com/player/123119/nikita-tryamkin

 

According to eliteprospects Nikita wearing the "A" again and is on pace to match his totals in his first year back in the KHL with 25 points and 109 PIMS and subsequently tallied two 11 point seasons afterwards.  Nikita growing confidence again and looking like a good player to have in a years time.

Really good that he’s becoming a minute muncher in the KHL, if we get him back over here be good to have someone able to just eat up the TOI doing the hard work 

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13 minutes ago, CRAZY_4_NAZZY said:

 

Nikita racking up those minutes.  Third time this season he has racked up north of 25 minutes.

 

https://www.eliteprospects.com/player/123119/nikita-tryamkin

 

According to eliteprospects Nikita wearing the "A" again and is on pace to match his totals in his first year back in the KHL with 25 points and 109 PIMS and subsequently tallied two 11 point seasons afterwards.  Nikita growing confidence again and looking like a good player to have in a years time.

Why is a 3rd pairing or worse plug getting that much ice time? :ph34r:

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1 hour ago, UKNuck96 said:

Really good that he’s becoming a minute muncher in the KHL, if we get him back over here be good to have someone able to just eat up the TOI doing the hard work 

If he can play 25 minutes a night then 18 minutes would be a breeze for him.

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On 10/13/2020 at 6:28 PM, Setyoureyesontheprize said:

That’s not an issue at all then

 

 Due to the extenuating circumstances they will change the dates to fit this new NHL schedule and so many RFA’s get an opportunity to sign. 

 

For Tryamkin RFA doesn't matter, he is already on the team's reserve roster, a special roster. See at cap friendly, it has to do with KHL players coming back, he is exempt from time. If he bought out his current contract he could sign at any time of the year.

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4 hours ago, UKNuck96 said:

Really good that he’s becoming a minute muncher in the KHL, if we get him back over here be good to have someone able to just eat up the TOI doing the hard work 

 

2 hours ago, DeNiro said:

If he can play 25 minutes a night then 18 minutes would be a breeze for him.

playing 25 minutes a night when the opposition's top offensive player is linden vey is a hell of a lot different than playing in the nhl. 

 

being ground down by real competition changes everything. 

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3 minutes ago, tas said:

 

playing 25 minutes a night when the opposition's top offensive player is linden vey is a hell of a lot different than playing in the nhl. 

 

being ground down by real competition changes everything. 

Tryamkin is the one doing the grinding down not the other way around. ;)

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grinding comes in many forms. quick forwards who battle hard, shifting back and forth along the wall, forcing tryamkin (or whoever) to constantly stop and start and change directions while battling the whole time is a total energy drain. 

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8 minutes ago, tas said:

grinding comes in many forms. quick forwards who battle hard, shifting back and forth along the wall, forcing tryamkin (or whoever) to constantly stop and start and change directions while battling the whole time is a total energy drain. 

Good thing he speaks softly and carries a big stick.

 

The way he defends with his stick allows him to exert less energy.

 

I also think you’re underestimating the level of play in the KHL. It’s the second toughest league in the world. It’s not like he’s out there for a leisurely skate.

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We really need to sign this guy to join us next season!! He could be a solid addition to our D, looks to be getting more ice time and he as the former NHL coach coaching him so that might be a good for his development to hear from a coach who has lots of NA hockey coaching.

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