he is doing well and i hope he contunes it.. he is one of the best 3rd liners in the league.. wait until he starts hitting people. he is a big hitter... he knocked out Aaron Rome a few years back... will drop the gloves as well but not too much.. i wish they kept his brother. it would have been nice to have two Pyatts on the same team.. i always like Tom Pyatt as well as Taylor Pyatt.
i hope this is not the Aaron Voros syndrome, impress the new team for a week and then disappear for the year..
Pyatt was very good in the playoffs last year after a ragged regular season. Two years ago, he was a very good player for the Coyotes. Never been a big hitter but protects the puck extremely well and can skate. Those are always valuable assets. Needs to stay healthy
I thought he'd be a step down from Fedotenko, but he's been what Dubinsky was supposed to be, as someone said...
All things considered, and as impressive as he's been, I think he just happened to come into the right system. Maybe he'll drop off, maybe he'll be the 2010 version of Boyle, but I think it's more likely that he'll return to being an average 3rd liner who can put in 12-15... maybe around 8 this season...
He definitely isn't going to be scoring a goal every other game, but I like him. Big, strong guy who isn't the best or fastest skater, but definitely better than what I imagined we would be getting. He's been at the right place at the right time quite often in our first three games, so I hope he keeps it up.
Another goal for Pyatt. He's a real streaky player, so I'm hoping he'll be able to put together a couple more nice streaks. He's an effective board player and can control the puck...can be a nasty player sometimes too, which I like.
Pleasantly surprised, nice display of hands on the forecheck.
lets not say silly things. He is putting up more points then Prust did and thats aweomse. What Prust DID do and COULD do on the PK is really something special. I like Pyatt a lot and he is filling the Prust void well but we still dont have that magic on the PK.