Plays with a ton of speed and pace to his game with an impressive skill set.
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June 2023- Daryin had one of his best offensive seasons in 2022-23. In the VHL for Dizel Penza, he was nearly a point per game with six goals and six assists in 18 games. Daryin also showed well for Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod in the KHL, racking up seven goals and 13 points in 30 contests. There does not seen to be a lot of interest in Daryin coming to North America anytime soon as he’s signed to play for the Torpedo organization again for 2023-24. Keith Duggan
September 2022- For the first time in a while, Daryin spent a whole season with the same team and league. Unfortunately, it was the VHL and Daryin struggled offensively, scoring just four goals and 10 points playing for Molot Perm. Seems like he missed a part of the year with an unannounced injury. For 2022-23, Daryin moves on to the Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod organization, where fellow Coyotes prospect Ilya Fedotov plays for. Daryin did not last long in training camp though, once again assigned to the VHL. Keith Duggan
September 2021- Daryin split last year between the KHL, VHL and MHL. He was the most successful for Loko Yaroslavl’s MHL squad, putting up seven goals and 15 points in 16 games. In the KHL, he had two goals and four points in 13 games. Now 21, Daryin has yet to break through playing against men, but his skill level is impressive. He can really skate and has a good shot. Look for a expanded role in the KHL this season. Keith Duggan
May 2020 – Going undrafted in 2018, it has since been a progressive rise for Daryin. After a strong 2018-19 season, resulting in the Coyotes drafting him in the fourth round, Daryin backed that up, finishing as one of the top players in the MHL last year. He had 13 goals and 45 points in 44 games for Loko Yaroslavl, along with playing well in brief stints in the VHL and KHL. In his KHL stint to finish the year, Daryin put up two points in three games. Not overly big (5’11, 190 lbs), Daryin is strong on his skates, and plays with lots of speed and pace to his game. His talent level is impressive and more times than not he’ll finish a game looking like one of the more dynamic players on the ice. At the same time, he doesn’t dominate the MHL level like some Russian prospects have and Daryin can disappear at times. At this time it’s hard to say what his future will be or if he’s even interested in coming to North America. Keith Duggan