Jagr...

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    Jagr...

    It's OK to have a long reach, to take advantage of it, to try to create things by sticking to the puck in the attacking zone BUT, now, I think that Jagr won't fool anybody anymore.

    He holds the puck, holds it, spin, holds it, spin again then goes around the net, holds it, try to go back in the circle, holds it more then...loose it.

    It becomes, to say the least, predictable.

     
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    Nice assist on Pev's goal too

     
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    He had six shots on goal tonight.  They may not have beat the goaltender, but he sure did get them past the defenders.

     
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    Not to mention if the refs would wake up a call Leafs for hanging all over him. Those are penalties he's been drawing his entire career. Oh -- sorry -- that's when he was wearing Pens and Ranger jerseys.

     
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    Re: Jagr...

    In response to Remi72's comment:

    It's OK to have a long reach, to take advantage of it, to try to create things by sticking to the puck in the attacking zone BUT, now, I think that Jagr won't fool anybody anymore.

    He holds the puck, holds it, spin, holds it, spin again then goes around the net, holds it, try to go back in the circle, holds it more then...loose it.

    It becomes, to say the least, predictable.



    people have said that im sure his entire career.  Hes as strong as an ox and has size and wicked hands.  Hes also hockey brilliant.  He draws people.  He creates.  Hes a pleasure to watch. And will get ino the hof with those same predictable moves.  

    Moves like jagr, moves like jagr, moooooooooves like jagr

     
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    That's more like it.

     
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    In response to zamboni24's comment:

    Not to mention if the refs would wake up a call Leafs for hanging all over him. Those are penalties he's been drawing his entire career. Oh -- sorry -- that's when he was wearing Pens and Ranger jerseys.




    those calls are reserved for crosby now.

     
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    Best game of the series for Jags.  I was just worried when Juliene was playing him on 4 on 4's.. 

     
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    I don't think there are too many third line players better than Jagr in the league.

     
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    OK, I  admit it. Jagr played great on that third line. Maybe he should just stay there for the time being. Of course the way Seguin is performing a promotion to the second line wouldn't be out of order either.

     
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    In response to Hanrahan1's comment:

    OK, I  admit it. Jagr played great on that third line. Maybe he should just stay there for the time being. Of course the way Seguin is performing a promotion to the second line wouldn't be out of order either.



    I think Seguin has been flying, but snake bit.

    Jagr looked good last night, I hope he's figuring it out and it's a trend that continues.

     
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    In response to hangnail's comment:

    Nice assist on Pev's goal too




    Jagr steals the puck allot, great instincts. Peverley played better last night, Jagr finally had someone to play with. Now if Kelly catches up on the forecheck Julien and Boston wilol be all smiles like me last night.

    Happy for the 3rd line they needed to get it going.

     
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    I'm with BadHab.  I think Seguin has been flying all series. 

     
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    In response to shuperman's comment:

    In response to Remi72's comment:

     

    It's OK to have a long reach, to take advantage of it, to try to create things by sticking to the puck in the attacking zone BUT, now, I think that Jagr won't fool anybody anymore.

    He holds the puck, holds it, spin, holds it, spin again then goes around the net, holds it, try to go back in the circle, holds it more then...loose it.

    It becomes, to say the least, predictable.

     



    people have said that im sure his entire career.  Hes as strong as an ox and has size and wicked hands.  Hes also hockey brilliant.  He draws people.  He creates.  Hes a pleasure to watch. And will get ino the hof with those same predictable moves.  

     

    Moves like jagr, moves like jagr, moooooooooves like jagr




    THIS ^

     
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    Praised Jagr's effort on another thread; Seguin is snake bit, but his immature trip was stupid. Probbaly frustrated at not scoring in front of his home town crowd. The refs are not calling much of the clutch and grab, except on Big Z.

     
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    Jagr probably creates more opportunities throughout the course of the game than any other player.....he draws double teams (crazy to say that in hockey....but he does), and generally finds the open man. What some people call "puck-hogging", I call patience. He's very calm with the puck, and he once said that "nobody ever made a great play that wasn't risky". He may turn the puck over a little bit here and there, but he creates more chances than anyone else, so I'll take that.

     
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    Re: Jagr...

    In response to shuperman's comment:

    In response to Remi72's comment:

     

    It's OK to have a long reach, to take advantage of it, to try to create things by sticking to the puck in the attacking zone BUT, now, I think that Jagr won't fool anybody anymore.

    He holds the puck, holds it, spin, holds it, spin again then goes around the net, holds it, try to go back in the circle, holds it more then...loose it.

    It becomes, to say the least, predictable.

     



    people have said that im sure his entire career.  Hes as strong as an ox and has size and wicked hands.  Hes also hockey brilliant.  He draws people.  He creates.  Hes a pleasure to watch. And will get ino the hof with those same predictable moves.  

     

    Moves like jagr, moves like jagr, moooooooooves like jagr

    Agree, he hasn't hurt the Bruins. Goals will come


     
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    In response to mattbs' comment:

    Agree he is too slow for 4 on 4

    Best game of the series for Jags.  I was just worried when Juliene was playing him on 4 on 4's.. 




     
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    he's still struggling with the "flu like" symptoms that saw him miss the last couple of games. Definitely looked better in game 3. Hopefully he's even better in game 4. We know he's capable of more that's for sure.

     
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    In response to jalvis' comment:

    I'm with BadHab.  I think Seguin has been flying all series. 



    I think Marchand is more the problem not Seguin.

     

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