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06-27-2008, 09:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Sting36e View Post
Don't forget, guys, that Prucha's success was directly connected to the success of Jagr.

I like Petr Prucha a lot, he seems like a great kid and he has a lot of heart and guts, but I can't help but remember how much his numbers had to do with Jagr.

16 of his 30 rookie season goals were power play goals, the same season that Jaromir Jagr broke team scoring records and ran the power play. The next year, Jagr was a little less effective, so was Prucha. Only scored 8 PP goals that year. You get the drift, right?
Or, his drop in power play production could have something to do with his drop power play time...

2005-2006: 3:49 min/game
2006-2007: 2:53 min/game
2007-2008: 1:38 min/game

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