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07-09-2011, 01:02 AM
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I could easily see him putting up 20-60.

20 goals is a given for him assuming he is healthy all season long. The part where he will get all of his points is on the PP. He will most likely hang on the right side of the 1st PP unit and will be feeding Briere and Giroux all season long. As long as he is on the PP, he will definitely rack up 40+ assists just from touching the puck and getting secondary assists.

Many do not realize that some of Jagr's best hockey comes in his passing ability. He put up 40+ assists in 2007-08 with noone around him for the Rangers. 2006-07 and 2007-08 Jagr was constantly double and triple teamed because the Rangers had no other scoring threat and he was coming off his incredible 2005-06 season.

Even if he only puts up 15 goals, I expect 50-60 assists with the talent around him.

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