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12-06-2005, 04:29 PM
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Fedor Tyutin

As noted on this board Fedor Tyutin seems to be underachieving latley. Kondratiev was also struggling, but with enough brain cramp mistakes he's finally began to play well. However I don't think thats been Tyutins problem. He knows how to play and to play well. He proved himself before the lockout. His mistakes look like they are comming from lack of intensity. Maybe Renney should consider benching him for a game or maybe a quick weekend trip down to the minors to wake him up a little.

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Tyutin played one of his better games of the season yesterday. I doubt he will be benched anytime soon. He might not be playing great but hes getting the job done, hopefully he's developing, can't expect him to turn into that #2 dman overnight.


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Anybody ever try to play hockey with a broken finger?? Give the guy some slack..

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Tyutin played one of his better games of the season yesterday. I doubt he will be benched anytime soon. He might not be playing great but hes getting the job done, hopefully he's developing, can't expect him to turn into that #2 dman overnight.
I can't think of the reasons why this isn't true, but I KNOW inside, that yesterday's game against the Wilds was NOT one of his better games of the season. His passing was bad (I remember one time he tried to pass it out of the zone and almost caused a turnover but another Ranger got to the puck first and cleared it) His best games (no matter how poor he did in some) were at the very beginning of the season, before his injury.

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I can't think of the reasons why this isn't true, but I KNOW inside, that yesterday's game against the Wilds was NOT one of his better games of the season. His passing was bad (I remember one time he tried to pass it out of the zone and almost caused a turnover but another Ranger got to the puck first and cleared it) His best games (no matter how poor he did in some) were at the very beginning of the season, before his injury.

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Random notes: Fedor Tyutin played his best game of the season by far. Think he benefits from having a solid stay at home partner in Strudwick rather than having to cover for Poti? His buddy Max has settled nicely into his game lately, thanks to the patience shown by the coaching staff with his rookie mistakes
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He wasnt that sharp yesterday I don't care what the media says. Just because Minnesota couldn't convert his bonehead turnovers last night into scoring chances doesn't vindicate him. Someone needs some serious work on their decision making in the passing game (outlet passing).

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Every defenseman makes mistakes during the course of a game. If we are going to bench rookies for making mistakes, I think we should be fair and bench our veterans for them too.

There's plenty of blame to go around if you look at it that way.

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I hope he picks it up - I have him in my draft....

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Tyutin played one of his better games of the season yesterday. I doubt he will be benched anytime soon. He might not be playing great but hes getting the job done, hopefully he's developing, can't expect him to turn into that #2 dman overnight.
I agree that he wont turn into a number 2 overnight, but that lack of intensity is there.

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Tyutin played one of his better games of the season yesterday.
You have said this before (earlier in the season).

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Every defenseman makes mistakes during the course of a game. If we are going to bench rookies for making mistakes, I think we should be fair and bench our veterans for them too.

There's plenty of blame to go around if you look at it that way.
No one said bench him for the mistakes. The guy said bench him for lack of intensity. That is a legitimate reason to bench a guy, even a rookie. It is not legitimate to bench a rookie for plain mistakes

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I still don't think he played that great, his passing *specifically* was bad, he was lucky if the Wilds didn't intercept it.

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You have said this before (earlier in the season).
And?

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No one said bench him for the mistakes. The guy said bench him for lack of intensity. That is a legitimate reason to bench a guy, even a rookie. It is not legitimate to bench a rookie for plain mistakes
Not all players show their emotions on the ice. I seem remember that Zubov was also criticized for "lack of insensity" here too--I'm not comparing the two, just pointing that particular similarity.

And if you are going to bench a rookie for that reason, I can think of veterans on this team have also played with a lack of insensity. If anything, veterans sometimes need a wakeup call even more than a kid.

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And if you are going to bench a rookie for that reason, I can think of veterans on this team have also played with a lack of insensity. If anything, veterans sometimes need a wakeup call even more than a kid.
Bench them then

On lack of intesity/emotions on the ice, there is a difference. There are emotional players but all should play with intesity.

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