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The Silver Seven staff have given out their grades. Now it's your turn!

Kyle Turris had no choice but to be the man last year.
Kyle Turris had no choice but to be the man last year.
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We finished our player grades for the 2013 season on Friday, but that was just nine jerks talking about what they think--and it was a lot of information to talk about. So, we figured why not give our readers a chance to cast their votes? And with that in mind, we present our Your say series!

Kyle Turris Recap

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Kyle Turris had an excellent first five games of the season before the wheels flew off the back of the truck and onto Jason Spezza's back. When forced to run the first line, the Turricane was downgraded to a Turristorm. Then without Karlsson (and Michalek, and then Latendresse, Regin for a bit, etc....), Turris really had to run the show himself. Although his numbers are nearly identical to last season's (seriously, 12 goals, 17 assists for 29 points, first in 49 games and then 48 games), Turris did show a visible improvement, particularly in terms of physical strength. A healthy Spezza should do wonders for his game.

Highest grade: A
Lowest grade: B-

What did you think of Kyle Turris' season?