“Sometimes it’s hard for guys that haven’t played top six because they’re not used to making risky plays. But sometimes you have to take risky plays to make some great offensive play,” said Jagr, who might be the first player to utter the phrase “risky plays” in a positive light in the Bruins dressing room over the last six years. “But I know they don’t like to do that and they like to play safe. It’s tough to play with me and play safe."
relantel wrote:Maybe when Jagr's run is all said and done, we all can appreciate him as much as Lesky does. It's hard to see him in the wrong black and gold though. His number deserves to be retired in Pittsburgh. I suspect the team may be willing to do it once he files retirement papers, but even then, they may wait until a HHOF call.
Rylan wrote:I don't want Jagr's number retired only because he didn't play his whole-vast majority of his career here.
MRandall25 wrote:I think Jagr's contributions to the 1st 2 Cups are severely overstated by some. I could see maybe making an argument for him for the 92 playoffs, but by and large, the effect he had was minute compared to others.
relantel wrote:MRandall25 wrote:I think Jagr's contributions to the 1st 2 Cups are severely overstated by some. I could see maybe making an argument for him for the 92 playoffs, but by and large, the effect he had was minute compared to others.
His iconic moment was in game 1 of the 92 finals.
MRandall25 wrote:I'm not discrediting his later achievements. I'm just saying he wasn't as big a part of winning either Cup as people make him out to be. I feel comfortable in saying that they probably still win both without Jagr.
canaan wrote:i love jagr, the penguin. he no longer is. he is an enemy.
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