Will Jagr be on the team next year?

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    If they win he could opt to retire and go back to the KHL. Has anyone heard/readwhat his intentions are?



    No but Komarov has supposedly already tired of the Leafs. Word on the street is that he's going to play for Dynamo next year. 

     
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    Re: Will Jagr be on the team next year?

    WHO CARES ABOUT NEXT YEAR, RIGHT NOW?

     
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    Jagr will not be here.  I can't see Horton re-signing unless both Kelly and Peverley are gone.  Tuukka is going to take a big chunk of the cap space.

     
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    Jagr will not be here.  I can't see Horton re-signing unless both Kelly and Peverley are gone.  Tuukka is going to take a big chunk of the cap space.



    I wonder if the Jets would be interested in taking Peverley and Kelly for Burmistrov. PC could sweeten the deal with picks if need be. Burmistrov wants out of Winnipeg and they might be interested in adding some veteran pieces to help get them over the hump. A deal like that could solve some problems for the Bruins. 

     
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    I am a capitalist, Jagr will not be back.  All the more reason for his excellance to show in the next few weeks.  As for Horton, he signs.  As for Peverly, Providence or buyout.  Rask is retrictive and could be in for a 6 million per season for three years.  Ference is a goner, hello Krug.  Khudobin is trade bait along with Ference and "hate to say it" Spooner to free up cap space.  I hope PC can perform miracles.  Savard a LTIR, Seguin is trade bait for future picks.  I do not want any of those moves but dems da facts. 

    Don't judge me monkey!

     
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    I am a capitalist, Jagr will not be back.  All the more reason for his excellance to show in the next few weeks.  As for Horton, he signs.  As for Peverly, Providence or buyout.  Rask is retrictive and could be in for a 6 million per season for three years.  Ference is a goner, hello Krug.  Khudobin is trade bait along with Ference and "hate to say it" Spooner to free up cap space.  I hope PC can perform miracles.  Savard a LTIR, Seguin is trade bait for future picks.  I do not want any of those moves but dems da facts. 

    Don't judge me monkey!



    Isla, I think you're right on Jagr, Horton, Peverley and Ference. Spooner & Seguin are going nowhere. Khudobin is a free agent therefore, not trade bait.

     
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    I kinda prefaced the comment as being too hard to swallow losing Spooner or Seguin.  Seguin saves big time money.  Spooner would be used to trade Ference and Peverly.  Khudobin, I disagree, he is marketable before the UFA status.  He is trade material, although not much bite in return.  I cannot believe I am writing this crap now.  Ha.  I am so unbelievably happy about the Bs play against Pittsburgh!  

     

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    I am a capitalist, Jagr will not be back.  All the more reason for his excellance to show in the next few weeks.  As for Horton, he signs.  As for Peverly, Providence or buyout.  Rask is retrictive and could be in for a 6 million per season for three years.  Ference is a goner, hello Krug.  Khudobin is trade bait along with Ference and "hate to say it" Spooner to free up cap space.  I hope PC can perform miracles.  Savard a LTIR, Seguin is trade bait for future picks.  I do not want any of those moves but dems da facts. 

    Don't judge me monkey!

     



    Isla, I think you're right on Jagr, Horton, Peverley and Ference. Spooner & Seguin are going nowhere. Khudobin is a free agent therefore, not trade bait.

     




     
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    Come on Isla.  Seguin has way, way , way too much upside.  There is 0% chance he gets dealt.

     
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    I didnt realize Horton made 5.5 Mill. Does everyone here think he'll really cash in next season. I like Horton, but I feel he is right where he should be with his current salary. I dont see much of a raise and if he does leave for more money, then who ever signs him is over paying. IMO.


    JJ may stay, if he loves the game and B's that much and fits with the cap. I could see it happening.

     
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    If they win he could opt to retire and go back to the KHL. Has anyone heard/readwhat his intentions are?




    Winning the cup!

     
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    I didnt realize Horton made 5.5 Mill. Does everyone here think he'll really cash in next season. I like Horton, but I feel he is right where he should be with his current salary. I dont see much of a raise and if he does leave for more money, then who ever signs him is over paying. IMO.


    JJ may stay, if he loves the game and B's that much and fits with the cap. I could see it happening.



    Cashing in to me means 5+ annually on a 4-5 year deal.  I don't want any part of that.  If he took 4 per over 3 I wouldnt mind that.  If they dumped a Kelly for example you almost pay for Horton(if he would accept 4 million)...that would leave room for Rask and a backup.  Ference is gonzo.  I believe JJ is gonzo and see possibly a reunion in Philly.  Soder fills in the 3rd line center role.  Possilby with a Peverly Spooner. 

     
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    Nah...PC will want to keep Horton and there are too many youngsters in Providence who will get their turn ...+ Soderberg will get a real chance ...Spooner, Tardif, Camper, Cinningham will also get a chance ...Jagr will win a Stanley Cup with the Bruins and we wish him all the best ...

     Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011 & 2013 (a walk in the park)

     
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    Re: Will Jagr be on the team next year?

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    No because when the Bruins win the Cup he will retire with his 3rd Cup.  What a career winning Cups in his first two years in the league and then in his last year in the league.




    AGREED

     
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    Re: Will Jagr be on the team next year?

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    Jagr will not be here.  I can't see Horton re-signing unless both Kelly and Peverley are gone.  Tuukka is going to take a big chunk of the cap space.

     



    I wonder if the Jets would be interested in taking Peverley and Kelly for Burmistrov. PC could sweeten the deal with picks if need be. Burmistrov wants out of Winnipeg and they might be interested in adding some veteran pieces to help get them over the hump. A deal like that could solve some problems for the Bruins. 

     




    Replace Burmistrov with Niederrieter and you read my mind.

    I'm a big fan of Nino

    I do like Burmistrov though.

     
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    Re: Will Jagr be on the team next year?

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    No because when the Bruins win the Cup he will retire with his 3rd Cup.  What a career winning Cups in his first two years in the league and then in his last year in the league.

     




    AGREED

     




    I would agree also...if Jagr hadn't stated on multiple occasions that he wants to keep playing.

     
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    Re: Will Jagr be on the team next year?

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    No because when the Bruins win the Cup he will retire with his 3rd Cup.  What a career winning Cups in his first two years in the league and then in his last year in the league.

     




    AGREED

     




    I believe Recchi did the same thing. Won both cups in Pitt before winning in Boston....Who else can we pick up from that team next year and win the cup with. LOL

     
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    Re: Will Jagr be on the team next year?

    In response to bgrif008's comment:

    In response to LordByron77's comment:

     

    In response to huntbri's comment:

     

    No because when the Bruins win the Cup he will retire with his 3rd Cup.  What a career winning Cups in his first two years in the league and then in his last year in the league.

     




    AGREED

     

     




    I believe Recchi did the same thing. Won both cups in Pitt before winning in Boston....Who else can we pick up from that team next year and win the cup with. LOL

     



    No. He won one in Pittsburgh and one in Carolina before winning with Boston.

     
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    Re: Will Jagr be on the team next year?

    In response to kelvana33's comment:


    If they win he could opt to retire and go back to the KHL. Has anyone heard/readwhat his intentions are?




    I agree......either retires, or goes back to KHL.

     
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