Moe Wanchuk wrote:Luckybreak wrote:I thought he was the Rangers best player in the 08 playoffs, he really took a strong leadership role and appeared gutted when they were eliminated. He was a force on the ice and didn't have anything like the talent available here now, BUT that was 3 years ago...
I would LOVE to see him in a Pens jersey for league min, though I struggle to pick him over a dependable, penalty killing Talbot/Dupuis etc
Talbot isn't a 2nd line RW, and Duper only is top 6 because we have no other choice on that side. Jags wouldn't be penalty killing. If we could learn to not be one of the most penalized teams in the league, the PK wouldn't have to bail us out every game.
Doogs wrote:IanMoran wrote:I honestly don't see what the news is.
He stated he LOVED his time in Pittsburgh, looking back at it it was the best time of his life, how much he admires / respects mario, etc. All stuff we have heard him say before.
All of those good feeling still doesn't mean he'll take 3 million less to play here lol.
The story was leading.
Tico Rick wrote:Indeed. And Rossi is probably LOLing at all the reactions to it in this thread.
doublem wrote:I would crap my pants in joy. I don't care how old he is and how bad his attitude is. He is my second fave player of all time, maybe playing with crosby and malkin. Boom. Can't be any worse than Kovy. I see a 1% of this happening though.
Bioshock wrote: I have it on good account that the Penguins are going to float a contract somewhere in the neighborhood of $750k for two years, so Jagr can retire in Pittsburgh. This is still in it's infancy, but make sure you are paying attention Thursday and Friday
darkstar57 wrote:Put can he play the point on the PP
Czech Republic - USA
1st period scoring summary:
1-0 Jaromir Jagr (snapshot)
Jagr is now a +7 in the tournament.
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