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02-06-2007, 08:41 PM
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Fedor Tyutin's potential

Hi Rangers fan,

Why the Rangers don't use him on the pp? I read some posts that are very high on him put he don't get points.

Can he be a 40 points dman one day?

Thx for the advice,

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He has the skills for 40-50 points.

I have a feeling he's going to finish at around 35 points.

The skills are there, but I've never thought the results matched the skills.

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His peak is a poor man's Mattis Ohlund IMO

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His peak is a poor man's Mattis Ohlund IMO
20-25 points? He'll easily get more then that. He had 25 points last season.

35-40 sounds about right on average in his prime seasons...I could see him maybe going a bit over in his prime on a PP unit every night.

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I think the only thing keeping him off the PP is that he's a lefty shot, and Jagr, Straka, Nylander, Cullen, and now Avery are Lefties, with only Prucha and Shanny as righties. Thus, renney puts Roszival and Rachunek out there instead.

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our dumbass coach is the one you should talk to about that

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20-25 points? He'll easily get more then that. He had 25 points last season.

35-40 sounds about right on average in his prime seasons...I could see him maybe going a bit over in his prime on a PP unit every night.
Ohlund has never gotten less than 30 points when playing at least 70 games. When I was talking about a "poor man's Mattis Ohlund" I meant same points wise, just less defensive skill. I shoulda explained that more. I agree 35-40 points sounds about right

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Ohlund has never gotten less than 30 points when playing at least 70 games. When I was talking about a "poor man's Mattis Ohlund" I meant same points wise, just less defensive skill. I shoulda explained that more. I agree 35-40 points sounds about right
Ah, gotcha.

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