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Name: Fedor TyutinColumbus Blue Jackets (#40/2001 NHL Draft)

Rating: 93
Height: 192cm/6'4"
Weight: 97kg/213.4 lb
Position: Defenseman
Shoots: Left
Born: 1983-07-19
Birthplace: Izhevsk, Russia

Game Worn Jerseys:
2001-02 Guelph Storm Home - Sold
2001-02 New York Rangers Home - Sold
RELATED ARTICLES:
Far From Russia, a Hockey Reunion (Fedor Tyutin, Maxim Kondratiev) (11/10/2004)
Tyutin breaks through into the club of the millionaires (03/25/2004)
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10/25/2008 Ex-Ranger Fedor Tyutin (Columbus Blue Jackets) fitting in well with Blue Jackets

Continental Hockey League (KHL) -  COLUMBUS, Ohio - Last July 1, Fedor Tyutin (Columbus Blue Jackets) and his wife celebrated the birth of their first child, Leeza. The next day, the Russian defenseman - who was drafted by the Rangers in the second round in 2001, played 250 games for them and agreed to a long-term contract extension in February - was shipped to the Blue Jackets along with defenseman Christian Backman for wingers Nikolai Zherdev (New York Rangers) and Dan Fritsche. "Sure, it was a shock, a surprise, being traded for the first time," Tyutin, 25, said Friday. "It's different ... But I still do what I love to do, play hockey." (NewsDay article by Steve Zipay) READ MORE
08/29/2008 Evgeny Molotilov from Dynamo Moscow to Guelph Storm

Canadian Junior Leagues -  Promising defenseman Evgeny Molotilov, eligible for the next 2009 NHL Entry Draft, has decided to make the jump overseas, joining Canadian side of Guelph Storm, former Fedor Tyutin (Columbus Blue Jackets)'s junior team. The sized, aggressive defenseman, is a regular member of Russia-91 national team, and has just skated in the Ivan Hlinka tournament. Molotilov's training camp will start on August 28th and will end on the 31st. Storms' pre-season will start on Thursday, September 4th when they will face Grachev's Brampton Battalions.
07/15/2005 New York Rangers defensive duo Fedor Tyutin and Maxim Kondratiev are coming back to the NHL!
04/07/2005 Fedor Tyutin (New York Rangers) knocked out of the World Championships
11/13/2004 Fedor Tyutin (New York Rangers) will likely end up with SKA
11/12/2004 M. Kondratiev and F. Tyutin (New York Rangers) leaving for Russia
11/11/2004 Far From Russia, a Hockey Reunion (Fedor Tyutin, Maxim Kondratiev - NY Times article)
09/16/2004 Fedor Tyutin and Maxim Kondratiev (New York Rangers) assigned to the AHL’s Hartford Wolfpack
05/08/2004 Fedor Tyutin (New York Rangers) interview with Ves Hokkej newspaper
05/08/2004 Web Site News: Fedor Tyutin's (New York Rangers) game worn jersey added!!!
05/07/2004 Fedor Tyutin (New York Rangers) plays well, Wolfpack advance
04/29/2004 Fedor Tyutin (New York Rangers) moves on, while Alexander Semin (Washington Capitals) goes home despite a spectacular playoff
02/09/2004 Recently healed Fedor Tyutin called up by the New York Rangers!
01/10/2004 Fedor Tyutin (New York Rangers NHL) selected for AHL All Star game, but sprains MCL
10/12/2003
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Talent Analysis:
At 6í3 and 215 pounds Fedor Tyutin definitely has the size to compete in the NHL, though he does need to bulk up a bit more. Tyutin is also a good skater and is a solid puck handler. A critical aspect of Tyutinís package that makes him very attractive is that he is more of a sure thing than some other players as he has already been battle tested on a very high level. Tyutinís natural hockey sense has been developed further during the 2000-01 season while he played full time with SKA St. Petersburg in the Super League. While playing for SKA Fedor was an aggressive and physical presence against players years older and more experienced then him. Tytuinís mental game is also very tough. He is a very determined player with a solid work ethic, never taking shifts off. After winning the gold medal at the Under 18 World Junior Championships, Russiaís captain and Fedor Tyutinís defensive partner Igor Knyazev said this about Fedor:

"On the pair with me played Fedor Tyutin. I felt very comfortable with him. I knew that my partner would back me up and I could confidently press forward. He is a very responsible guy, which, in any case can be said about each player. All displayed the strength of will, bravery in the deciding moment. But still, when talking about Tyutin I want to especially not his feeling of responsibility."

Despite reports that Tyutinís offensive skills are low, he has a solid shot and very good passing ability. At the 2001 U18 WJC he spent a lot of time on the Russian power play unit. According to that same observer from the 2001 U18 WJC, at the tournament Fedor seemed to have even more offensive potential then his defensive partner Igor Knyazev because of how well he skated, though he was not as aggressive as his partner.
Back In Russia:
Fedor Tyutin was born in the city of Izhevsk, several thousand miles East of Moscow and fairly close to Kazan. There he joined the Izhstalís hockey program in 1990. There he played until 1997 and then was invited to play in the Metallurg Magnitogorsk system. In 1998 Fedor earner third place with Metallurgís junior team and received very positive marks from the coaching staff. After the 1998-99 season Fedor returned to Izhevsk where he played for the junior Izhstal-2 squad until the teamís coach Levashin promoted him to the main team in the Upper League towards the end of the season. During the 2000 off season Fedor received an invitation from SKA St. Petersburg and earned a spot on the team. During the course of the season he proceeded to solidify his position amongst the teamís top two defensive pairings. Logging heavy minutes he played 24 games for SKA during the regular season. When SKA was facing elimination in the Relegation Tournament, the team replaced more then half of their lineup, but Tyutin not only stayed in the lineup but remained one of its best defenders. During the 10 critical games of the Relegation Tournament, Tyuting matched his scoring 3 points (1+2) of the regular season.

International Competition:
Fedor joined the Russian Under 18 and 1983 squads during the 2000-01 season. His best performance on the International Arena came during the 2001 Under 18 World Junior Championships where he was on the top defensive pairing with Igor Knyazev and registered 5 points (1+4) and a very impressive +14 +/- rating in 6 games. The teamís head coach, Vladimir Plyuschev was very impressed with the defenseman and as the coach has been promoted to coach the Under 20 team, it is very likely that Fedorís international career is far from over. Fedor has also seen ice time on Russia's national team during the 2002-03 season.
NHL Outlook:
The New York Rangers drafted Fedor in the second round of the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. He came over to North America right after the draft and was one of the best defensemen in the OHL. He spent the 2002-03 season in Russia playing for Ak Bars Kazan and SKA due to a contract mishap with the Rangers. He will return to the Rangers this summer and will likely make the squad out of the training camp.
Statistics:
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM +/-
2004-05 Team Russia Sweden Games (EuroTour) (Intl.)2 0 0 0 0 -
2004-05 Team Russia ROSSNO Cup (Intl.)3 1 1 2 12 -
2004-05 SKA St. Petersburg Super League (Reg.)35 5 3 8 24 -3
2004-05 Hartford Wolfpack AHL (Reg.)13 2 1 3 10 +1
2003-04 Hartford Wolfpack AHL (Playoffs)14 0 5 5 14 +7
2003-04 Hartford Wolfpack AHL (Juniors)24 3 6 9 24 +7
2002-03 Team Russia Karjala Cup (EuroTour)3 1 0 1 0 2
2002-03 U20 Team Russia U20 WJC IIHF (Intl.)6 0 3 3 12 10
2002-03 Ak Bars (Kazan) Super League (Playoffs)5 0 0 0 4 -
2002-03 Ak Bars (Kazan) Super League (Reg.)10 0 0 0 8 2
2002-03 SKA St. Petersburg Super League (Reg.)10 1 1 2 16 2
2001-02 U20 Team Russia U20 IIHF WJC (Intl.)7 1 0 1 2 4
2001-02 Guelph Storm OHL (Playoffs)9 2 8 10 8 -
2001-02 Guelph Storm OHL (Reg.)53 19 40 59 54 -
2000-01 SKA St. Petersburg Super League (Relegation)10 1 2 3 4 -
2000-01 SKA St. Petersburg Super League (Reg.)24 1 2 3 16 -
2000-01 Team Russia 83 5 Nations Tourn. (Intl.)2 1 1 2 0 0
2000-01 Team Russia 83 4 Nations Tourn. (Intl.)3 0 2 2 2 2
2000-01 U18 Team Russia U18 WJC IIHF (Intl.)6 1 4 5 18 14
1999-00 Izhstal Izhevsk 2 1st League (Juniors)38 11 8 19 68 -
1999-00 Izhstal Izhevsk Upper League (Playoffs)1 0 0 0 0 -
1999-00 Izhstal Izhevsk Upper League (Reg.)11 0 1 1 12 -
1999-00 Team Povolzhe Regional Tourn. (Juniors)5 1 1 2 4 -
1998-99 Metallurg Izhevsk 2 1st League (Juniors)7 0 1 1 2 -
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