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REPORT: Tyson Jost blames the Wild for his POOR play - Claims people are walking on egg shells

Published November 21, 2022 at 5:22 PM
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Tyson Jost was supposed to be a high end talent when he was drafted by the Colorado Avalanche 10th overall back in 2016.

Instead after a few seasons of inconsistent play, he was traded last year to the Minnesota for a 4th line player in Nico Sturm, and had to watch as Sturm and the Avalanche got to take home the Stanley Cup, while his Wild were first round knockouts to the St. Louis Blues.

His time with the Minnesota Wild was very short lived though, as after only 33 games with the organization where he registered 2 goals and 7 assists, he was put on waivers last week and claimed by the Buffalo Sabres:




In his first media session while a member of the Sabres, he had this to say about his two former teams:

Jost said he couldn't find much rhythm with #MNWild because it was a team with "a lot of people walking on eggshells." Also aid he didn't watch #Avs Cup run: "To watch them go on and win it, it's definitely tough. You kind of think 'I could have been there.

He also had this to say about joining the Sabres:

There's a great young core here and a lot of great up and coming talent. Watching these guys play it's fun to watch. Their team is exciting. And they've got a really good thing going on here ... so I'm excited to be part of this group.

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