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Pavel
Tyutnev

An 2002 birthyear, Tyuetnev spent the year playing in all three major levels of Russian hockey. He spent most of the year in the MHL providing an offensive threat for Loko Yaroslavl. He has a nose for the net, finding soft spots in the defensive setup and can have some success once he gets the…

Date of Birth
July 25, 2002
Position
Right Wing
Height
5'10.0
Draft Year
2021
Place of Birth
Voskresensk, RUS  
Shoots
Left
Weight
185 lbs
Draft Result
UNDRAFTED
DATE PLAYER NAME LEAGUE AUTHOR
Apr 20/21 Tyutnev Pavel 21976 – MHK Dynamo vs. Loko Yaroslavl MHL by Josh Bell View Report
Oct 6/20 Tyutnev Pavel D3313 – 2020 NHL Draft Guide by FCHockey Staff View Summary
Jul 21/20 Tyutnev Pavel 21077 – U18 5 Nations Review 5NT by Derek Neumeier View Report

Career Stats

Season Team League GP G A TP PPG +/- PIM
2019-2020 Loko Yaroslavl mhl 36 13 9 22 0.61 20 22
2018-2019 Loko Yaroslavl mhl 4 0 0 0 0 -3 0
2018-2019 Loko-Yunior Yaroslavl nmhl 19 2 14 16 0.84 6 10
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An 2002 birthyear, Tyuetnev spent the year playing in all three major levels of Russian hockey. He spent most of the year in the MHL providing an offensive threat for Loko Yaroslavl. He has a nose for the net, finding soft spots in the defensive setup and can have some success once he gets the puck on his stick. He’s an inconsistent skater, he can look explosive at times with strong bursts of acceleration and good top-end speed. Offensively he’s gifted at working off the puck, at times he appears to wait for his teammates to work the puck to him rather than taking the onus on himself to be the creator. Shows an ability to have an impact on the defensive side of the game, supporting his teammates and helping smother the other team’s offensive attack. Another player who is entering the draft for the second time, he was passed up in the 2020 NHL draft, but has shown improvements in the areas that he needed to improve the first time around. If he can become a more consistent play driving player he will be able to take his game to the next level. There are people who thought he should have been selected in the last draft, so there’s a chance that a team takes a chance on him this time around.

– FCHockey’s 2021 NHL Draft Guide