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No interest in Jagr?

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2 hours ago, Trefilov22 said:

Jagr scored 66 points two years ago and a crappy Florida team.  Put him on a team that has some decent talent, but maybe not quite ready for the playoffs, and I think he could score 20 goals.  His big contribution is going to be his leadership.  Heck he may as well even be a player/coach at this point.  

I agree that the Golden Knights would be a good fit for him.  

Florida  was not at all a crappy team that season. 

 

Vegas only if they decide they need the branding. It's more than likely back to Florida for Jagr. 

 

 

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Some of the Vegas guys are going to surprise us with scoring. Not outlandish scoring, but a few 55-60 point guys at least.

 

Even total bums can compile points when getting top PP time and offensive icetime.

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I am perplexed Markov and Jagr have not signed yet

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1 hour ago, J0e Th0rnton said:

I am perplexed Markov and Jagr have not signed yet

 

Well, word has it tat they're the only Russians that haven't met with Jared Kushner.

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