Jagr reminds me of Espo

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    Re: Jagr reminds me of Espo

    In response to NeelyOrrBourque's comment:

     



    Hey I'm only 45 Thank You Very Much!

    Look NAS you shouldn't make fun of me! When I was in grade 3 I came home one day all excited to tell my dad I had the biggest dink out of all the grade 3's in my class. I asked if that was because of something in our family. He said No, you Idiot it's because you're 18! Laughing

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    LMAO

     
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    how awesome is it ito watch Jagr?? His size and control of the puck is a thing of beauty to watch. That assist on Campbell's goal was incredible.

     

    For me right now, he's 41 and the most exciting player to watch on the bruins.

     
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    Re: Jagr reminds me of Espo

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    how awesome is it ito watch Jagr?? His size and control of the puck is a thing of beauty to watch. That assist on Campbell's goal was incredible.

     

    For me right now, he's 41 and the most exciting player to watch on the bruins.




    I agree, OC.  With the stretch of boring opponents coming up, I'd normally be tempted to skip watching a few of them, but how can you miss a chance to see this guy?  He's the most exciting forward the B's have had since...Kessel.

     
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    In response to Olsonic's comment:

     

    how awesome is it ito watch Jagr?? His size and control of the puck is a thing of beauty to watch. That assist on Campbell's goal was incredible.

     

    For me right now, he's 41 and the most exciting player to watch on the bruins.

     




    I agree, OC.  With the stretch of boring opponents coming up, I'd normally be tempted to skip watching a few of them, but how can you miss a chance to see this guy?  He's the most exciting forward the B's have had since...Kessel.

     




     

    I know I'm getting ahead of myself, but how would you feel about extending him?

     
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    I know I'm getting ahead of myself, but how would you feel about extending him?




    Can't afford him.

     
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    I know I'm getting ahead of myself, but how would you feel about extending him?



    I'm praying for it!

    Trade Peverley for picks and put the Skating Clown in Providence.  Done!  Get me a two year deal.

     
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    Re: Jagr reminds me of Espo

    In response to Olsonic's comment:

    at least u admit u have no idea

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    Just keeping the spot warm until Bergeron returns ?

     

     



    Must be. I honestly have no idea what the bruins are gonna do once soderberg gets here.

     

     

    But the fact that it means we will never see Jordan Caron again in a bruins jersey makes me want to have a slumber party with some coeds. 




     
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    Re: Jagr reminds me of Espo

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    Good call costanza, trade away the back bone that is boston. U simply do not understand what 4th line players are there for. U are a joke and only your sheep keep agreeing with u. lol

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    I know I'm getting ahead of myself, but how would you feel about extending him?

     



    I'm praying for it!

     

    Trade Peverley for picks and put the Skating Clown in Providence.  Done!  Get me a two year deal.




     
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    Re: Jagr reminds me of Espo

    The idea is to type outside of the statement that you're quoting, Parros.

     
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    Re: Jagr reminds me of Espo

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    The idea is to type outside of the statement that you're quoting, Parros.




    And he always posts it twice. Lets get him to just hit the post button once, then get technical with him. Baby steps.

     
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    Re: Jagr reminds me of Espo

    In response to goodnewsbears' comment:

    I know I'm getting ahead of myself, but how would you feel about extending him?

    Can't afford him.




     

    Yah Julien has his boys to protect, can't trade them "Yah but they are defensively safe Peter!"

     
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    Yah Julien has his boys to protect, can't trade them "Yah but they are defensively safe Peter!"

     




    A 90% PK might not be as exciting to watch as a 25% PP, but it gets you as many wins.

     

     
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    Re: Jagr reminds me of Espo

    In response to Canadianfan6's comment:

    The big body and all offence.

    Just scores and sets up plays.

    He will be great in the playoffs!!!

    He is a special player.




    Totally agree and visions the slot as "the place"...

     

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