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Jamie Benn vs Nikita Tryamkin Mar 16, 2017

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03-17-2017, 05:42 AM
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Jamie Benn vs Nikita Tryamkin Mar 16, 2017

They say Benn was injured in the fight.


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They say Benn was injured in the fight
Probably partially-torn pride.

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This it the second time Tryamkin has tossed Benn to the ice like he's a small child

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Boy, that is overall just not a smart sequence by Benn. Maybe he got rustled by being dumped off the puck like that, but it was a fair play. And then to not only hunt down an ogre like Tryamkin, but to try and do the whole arm's-length-haymaker style of fight. He's really lucky none of those bombs really landed, and he got a free pass from a serious ass kicking after his arm got tied up.

This all in the context of winning a road game, so he's taking himself off the ice for 5 minutes AND firing up the other team/crowd. AND gets himself injured to boot.

If I were a Stars fan I'd have been ****ing bricks watching those punches graze by his face.

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Boy, that is overall just not a smart sequence by Benn. Maybe he got rustled by being dumped off the puck like that, but it was a fair play. And then to not only hunt down an ogre like Tryamkin, but to try and do the whole arm's-length-haymaker style of fight. He's really lucky none of those bombs really landed, and he got a free pass from a serious ass kicking after his arm got tied up.

This all in the context of winning a road game, so he's taking himself off the ice for 5 minutes AND firing up the other team/crowd. AND gets himself injured to boot.

If I were a Stars fan I'd have been ****ing bricks watching those punches graze by his face.
The season is all but over and i applaud Benn for not being afraid to drop the gloves with someone who is 5 inches taller and outweighs him by 30 or so pounds. Benn is exactly the type of captain the NHL needs.

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The season is all but over and i applaud Benn for not being afraid to drop the gloves with someone who is 5 inches taller and outweighs him by 30 or so pounds. Benn is exactly the type of captain the NHL needs.
..on the ice, instead of the penalty box or the dressing room.

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The season is all but over and i applaud Benn for not being afraid to drop the gloves with someone who is 5 inches taller and outweighs him by 30 or so pounds. Benn is exactly the type of captain the NHL needs.
I don't disagree, full marks to him for willingness. It just seems like an overreaction on his part, given that it was a nothing play and really not the right situation (winning on the road) to pick a fight. Let alone the way he approached the actual fight.

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The reason why I dont like it is Tryamkin did nothing wrong here. He didnt hit him dirty, or even run him for that matter - just a stronger man. You got rocked, suck it up.

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When you're the captain of a bad team and have a rep as a power forward, you sometimes take these battles to show the rest of your team you haven't given up. Full marks to Benn for going with the big guy, who didn't do anything wrong, but sometimes people don't like being hit.

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I don't know if Benn realises how lucky he was that Tryamkin held back from caving his face in lmao.

That wasn't even an angry fight for Tram, he got jumped (hence that one glove still on) and still man handled Benn.

Jamie looked bad here.

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Benn's injury was a scratch on his eye. Props for the captain for taking on the Siberian experiment

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I don't know if Benn realises how lucky he was that Tryamkin held back from caving his face in lmao.

That wasn't even an angry fight for Tram, he got jumped (hence that one glove still on) and still man handled Benn.

Jamie looked bad here.
This isn't a biased opinion at all.

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I don't know if Benn realises how lucky he was that Tryamkin held back from caving his face in lmao.

That wasn't even an angry fight for Tram, he got jumped (hence that one glove still on) and still man handled Benn.

Jamie looked bad here.
Lol settle down there, he barely landed a punch

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He didn't manhandle Benn, but that first line is correct... Benn got off VERY easy once his arm got tied up. A lot of guys wouldn't hold back on someone who picks a fight out of nowhere.

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Jamie got off easy I agree. He bit more than he could chew, Tryamkin is a massive dude.

Props to Tryamkin, it feels like he held back a bit because Benn is smaller and a star player.

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Jamie got off easy I agree. He bit more than he could chew, Tryamkin is a massive dude.

Props to Tryamkin, it feels like he held back a bit because Benn is smaller and a star player.
Doubt it, personally. Tryamkin's not a fighter per se. That could well have been his first ever hockey fight. *consults hockeyfights.com* Okay, he apparently had one earlier in the year that I don't remember and one KHL fight a couple of years ago. Anyway, my point remains that Tryamkin probably didn't hold much if anything back because he has very little fighting experience. He is a massively, massively strong man, though. He'd be really scary if he had a mean streak.

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If he learns to fight this offseason he would beat the snot out of Benn, Tryamkin is a much bigger and stronger man than Benn and didn't get his butt kicked badly in spite of not getting a good hold of Benn's jersey.

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When you're the captain of a bad team and have a rep as a power forward, you sometimes take these battles to show the rest of your team you haven't given up. Full marks to Benn for going with the big guy, who didn't do anything wrong, but sometimes people don't like being hit.
Unfortunately, Tryamkin will probably need to learn how to fight because I could very easily see this becoming a thing.

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Unfortunately, Tryamkin will probably need to learn how to fight because I could very easily see this becoming a thing.
I remember when Chara first came into the league, he was more willing than Tryamkin but he wasn't anything special as a fighter. A good example is that famous NYI/NYR brawl where Dan Cloutier challenged the Islanders bench. That whole thing started with Chara and Darren Langdon fighting, and Langdon basically just grappled the MUCH larger Chara to a draw. A guy Chara's size should have taken Langdon's lunch, but he didn't have the technique or the "man strength" to fight an NHL veteran on skates.

Fast forward a few years to when Chara's in Ottawa, he starts fighting heavies on a semi-regular basis. Still not a great fighter, but clearly punching in his own weight class by that time. And then in Boston, he's basically a guy that nobody will challenge. By that time, he knew how to use his natural advantages and was downright dangerous in a fight, even in spite of still having a much milder temperament than a Lucic or Thornton.

Tryamkin could (and probably will) have a similar arc. Once he gets some experience, hangs around veterans who know how to fight, and grows into his frame, he'll be a guy who won't get challenged by a middleweight.

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