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    Translation of Tryamkin interview April 19th,2018

    "I will think about returning to the NHL when my contract with Avtomobilist would be over. If they will need me, if I play good enough that they would want to sign me. I have not turned over the page with the NHL for myself but this is not 100% guarantee that I will go there. I watch the NHL games, mostly with Vancouver - there is 12-hour time difference so I wake up, watch the games before my practice, this is interesting to see how the team is doing. Read reviews, follow the Russian players, how they play, who scores, interesting stuff. I keep contact with Kolya Goldobin, talk on phone sometimes, he is proving that he can play and score, I am happy for him. Sometimes the Russian factor plays the role, this is unavoidable. The Sedins brothers are gone, they have made huge contribution in the club history, the amazing people who played for the same club for 18 years. Now young players have a chance to prove themselves, and if Vancouver is lucky to get the 1st or 2nd draft pick, this would be very important because the club needs another young leader like Brock Boeser. The first two are going to be Svechnikov and Dahlin, both are very good players."
     
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    Thanks for the post.

    Nikita Tryamkin sounds like a broken record.
    Hard to gauge whether being a full-time NHLer is still a goal of his, or if he's ok w/ being a KHLer for the rest of his career? To a degree I understand if he's being diplomatic, but the Canucks were the team that drafted you (in the best league in the world) -- I suppose he still feels the KHL is on par... I also find it interesting that he didn't mention Bo Horvat as a young leader, or Elias Pettersson as a very good prospect in relation to Svechnikov; maybe just an oversight/lack of awareness on his part, but I could also foresee him using the Canucks "lack" of good young players, and the KHL being on par w/ the NHL as an excuse not to return, when really it's just he'd be too homesick to leave.

    Really hope the Canucks' young players light it up next season to see if he comes up w/ a different excuse/reason to be on-the-fence about returning the NHL.
     
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    He has 2 more years on his contract right? It seems like another two years is an awfully long time for a player who is truly interested in rejoining the team.
     
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    It's nice that he mostly watches Canucks games. There's still hope yet!

    His wish to honour his contract is frustrating as a Canucks' fan but commendable. It's hard to fault someone who takes contractual obligations seriously.
     
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    When Benning gets fired he will come back.
     
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    The Canucks and Tryamkin summed up in 1 minute

     
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    i still miss him
     
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    Ty Smith is the player to target at 10 to 12. Bode Wilde right after that.
     
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    "Tryamkin returns"

    Sung to the music of 'Thierry Henry'
     
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    That would be someone what of the order. Bouchard and Dobson are in a higher eschelon however.
     
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    Tryamkin said he went back for family reason. Was it really family reason or was it because he wasn't get the ice time? I think if he got ice time, he probably wouldn't of went back to Russia.

    If I was Tryamkin and players like Larsen and Sbisa was playing more. I would want to go back to Russia as well.
     
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    I think his Problem was with Willie more than Benning
     
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    It's likely not a singular thing. He did get married in the summer he moved over here. It's an adjustments for a young couple to move to an entirely new country and not really speaking the language. His wife probably had a hard time adjusting. No family. No friends. Husband is away often. Doesn't speak the language. That's tough.
     
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    I think he will come back when the Nucks are good again. So... Benning might not be here either.
     
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    Lil Tay vs Kane flex battles might be epic.
     
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    It doesn't sound like he is coming back any time soon.
     
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    Well, he said he is going to fulfill his contract which runs for another 2 years. If he then decides to stay two more years in Russia, he will be UFA in 2022. Yet there are still people putting him in their fantasy future line ups.
     
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    Mentions Goldobin a lot. Maybe if he plays his way into a top 6 role on the team that'll play a small role in enticing Mr. Tryamkin back.
     
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    Are you seven? Did you type this at recess? The big Russian's wife wanted to go back home and he made that happen - smart guy. Give the kid a couple of years to sort out what he wants to do and then see if he still can make a pitch for an NHL job IF his family is up to being back in North America. How on earth the Canuck management (with our without your childish names) had any role to make this different - this was all on the player.
     
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    Source?
     
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    It's called the Internet. Al Gore apparently invented it. It works in Russian too. You can find all kinds of interesting things....including player interviews. Try it! :thumbu:
     
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    So no source then.

    I'll take Tryamkin's word over yours.
     
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    Actually, the interviews were with the big guy so, technically, were his words. Try them. You may find it better than fabricating stuff.
     
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    He was on an ELC ... and his wife was unhappy. And the Canucks were not spending a few dollars making more comfortable. He probably is making more money, and in a more comfortable spot. How anyone suggests that his first loyalty should have been to the Canucks .... just sad. Was the Canucks first loyalty to Tryamkin? I want him back, and I don't understand the childish animosity to the fact the KHL was a better option than the Canucks, and the threat of sending him to the AHL.
     
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    Tryamkin on why he wanted to return to Avtomobilist.

    - At one of the recent press conferences you said that "they just wanted to play hockey."Your transition to "Motorist" is associated with the desire to get more gaming practice?
    - Yes. During the season I was not happy with some matches. Sometimes I just did not understand - why? I could play 20 minutes, I could play 16, I could play 12. And on what it depended, I did not understand. So, having come to the "Motorist", I continue to work. I have gained colossal experience both in the hall and on the ice. I want to improve. And, as I said, I do not think this is a step back.

    - Did you meet the head coach? He was waiting for you very much. As late as November, there were rumors about your possible return ...
    - I had an incomprehensible situation. I did not play the first 10 matches. Really there were talks about the return, but Vancouver did not let me go, so I stayed. As it happened, it happened.



    Никита Трямкин: «Я рад, что вернулся в Екатеринбург» — Информационное агентство «Европейско-Азиатские Новости»

    So again, your source on him following his wife's wishes?
     
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