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12-05-2012, 02:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Nash View Post
Naumenkov is a big loss. He was probably the best D in the SSS. So many top D going down before the tournament. Canada lost Murray and Sweden lost both Klefbom and Brodin.

Any info on Tryamkin? He's a big kid playing in the KHL and only 18.
Tryamkin, Dyakov, Mironov - all play well in the KHL.

Tryamkin with 16:39 ATOI in 20 games so far. He's -4, but on the worst team in the league currently that is -51 accumulated. -4 is the best for D-men with a considerable amount of games played(at least 10) on the team. So overall a bright spot on a very bad team.

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