So, it's quite clear that Yakupov is the scapegoat and is highlighted for everything he does wrong. But doesn't the double standards bother everyone? Or do people actually believe only Yakupov deserves to be the one to blame out of the "kids"? Perfect example tonight against Tampa Bay; Yakupov bails in a successful attempt to avoid getting his head taken off, and it results in Stamkos' first goal. Replays are shown repeatedly and announcers highlight the fact that the goal was Yakupov's fault. Not too long after, Eberle coughs up the puck in his own zone, then is slow to get back on the defensive zone coverage and it results in another Stamkos goal. Eberle's name is not even mentioned on replays. Why the double standards? Is it just the Russian factor? The old stereotype, Yakupov is the showboating, lazy, heartless Russian that doesn't care, while someone like Eberle is the heart and soul Canadian boy that always gives 110%, so of course lay into the Russian?