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3 minutes ago, N4ZZY said:

so I'm hearing that his mobility is pretty good for a player of his size. what's the diff between mobility and agility then for a hockey player? 

I'd say every player in the NHL has mobility, what sets them apart is their agility.

 

Just now, J.R. said:

Mobility = ability to get to and have speed. 

 

Agility = ability to change direction at speed. 

I think the definition of agility includes acceleration/deceleration, especially while changing directions. 

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4 minutes ago, J.R. said:

Mobility = ability to get to and have speed. 

 

Agility = ability to change direction at speed. 

Ahh! thx for clearing that up JR B)

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28 minutes ago, J.R. said:

Agility = ability to change direction at speed. 

Agility refers to the ability to change the body's position, not simply changing direction at speed. With him being so long-limbed and downright huge I don't see him being terribly agile in that sense, but I could be wrong.

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Found the latest interview with the Avto head coach Andrey Razin about loss in playoffs and the Tryamkin's injury: http://www.sport-express.ru/hockey/khl/reviews/973721/?utm_source=news&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=blockread

 

Translation: ...Besides we had many injures. Defenseman Tryamkin and Turbin played with fracture hand. Both had plaster (cast) under gloves - one was with injured hand, another with broken finger...

 

Hmm this does not explain why Tryamkin was not able to raise his arm after the playoff games according to the Razin's earlier interview.

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58 minutes ago, Stierlitz said:

Found the latest interview with the Avto head coach Andrey Razin about loss in playoffs and the Tryamkin's injury: http://www.sport-express.ru/hockey/khl/reviews/973721/?utm_source=news&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=blockread

 

Translation: ...Besides we had many injures. Defenseman Tryamkin and Turbin played with fracture hand. Both had plaster (cast) under gloves - one was with injured hand, another with broken finger...

 

Hmm this does not explain why Tryamkin was not able to raise his arm after the playoff games according to the Razin's earlier interview.

 

Interesting link. Another video from the same site shows him taking a guy out behind the net very easily with an elbow. I think this kid is pretty strong: http://www.sport-express.ru/hockey/khl/news/962680/ To me it doesn't look like it was meant to be a dirty hit but if google translate is correct he got a game for it. The hit is ~the 20 second mark.

 

On a side note: The Russians sure know how to do sportscasters in your link. Can we replace Don Taylor with her?

 

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1 hour ago, Bob Long said:

 

On a side note: The Russians sure know how to do sportscasters in your link. Can we replace Don Taylor with her?

 

Even if she doesn't speak English I could get behind this idea. 

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9 hours ago, flickyoursedin said:

Hopefully Gaunce is up with the big club for awhile as it might make it a nicer transition for Tryamkin by having him there. Should waive Weber and call up Pedan.

Maybe he can push him around the ice like he pushed him up the grouse grind. 

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