Godric wrote:Kovy27 wrote:He's also 1 loss away from being stuck at 2 Cups thanks to Mario.
Shakes wrote:Godric wrote:Kovy27 wrote:He's also 1 loss away from being stuck at 2 Cups thanks to Mario.
I think Jagr is a ***** but lets be real. He couldn't give a **** about Stanley Cups. He doesn't care about winning. He chased the money not a chance at winning[/quote]
Except he could have made more in Europe with less tax, no? Maybe he chased his best chance at money and a Cup?
Shakes wrote:I meant the prior summer. I didn't follow it much last summer. Did he have many suitors?
Lesky wrote:I´m sure the Stars money wise also was one of the highest bidders in the NHL.
Kovy27 wrote:Lesky wrote:Crankshaft wrote:Lesky wrote:I´m sure the Stars money wise also was one of the highest bidders in the NHL.
Jagr is all about the $$$. Of course they were the highest bidder. He's a mercenary. Nothing more/nothing less.
Lesky ♥ Jagr
12 years since he left...but I do believe 2 years ago he said he would come back for league min to play for Mario and went to the Flyers. Just saying.
JAGR LOST AND WAS SAD
by Associated Press
BOSTON (AP) - Jaromir Jagr lost the game.
"I'm sad to lose," Jagr said. "I thought we were going to win and then we lost."
"I had no goals in the playoffs," he added.
He had no goals and he lost.
The Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup Finals four games to two.
Michal Rozsival was named greatest Czech player in Penguins history in a brief ceremony following the game.
BOSTON -- Jaromir Jagr played just three minutes in the first period on Monday night before heading to the locker room after taking a hit from Chicago's Dave Bolland in the corner.
Jagr initially returned to the bench and appeared to be bleeding while getting attention from the Bruins' trainers. He eventually left for the locker room and was quickly followed by team doctors.
He did not play over the final nine minutes of the period.
He came out in the second period and took one shift only to return to the dressing room with the doctors. By the time the third period came around, Jagr was back for the Bruins, taking a few shifts but not as many as we're used to seeing from him.
In those limited shifts in the third period, Jagr didn't really look too worse for the wear but judging by his time on ice whatever was bugging him was still an issue.
Jagr doesn't have a goal in the postseason yet but he has been an effective player for the Bruins. Not only does he have 10 assists but he has also been, as usual, very tough to knock off the puck. He has undoubtedly done his role up to this point in helping the Bruins get this far.
Lesky wrote:Playing wise I think Jagr was perfectly fine, his main problem has been finishing chances.
Jagr lost his shot after the 2005-2006 season when he had shoulder surgery, his release has been much worse since then. He never has recovered from that surgery.
Look at the goals he scored for the Rangers that season and compare his shooting with the Bruins, its night and day.
pfim wrote:but he drew two defenders to him quite a bit.
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