Will Jagr's legacy be hurt after he's retired?
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04-03-2013, 07:15 PM
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I honestly think that the more time passes since his disaster in Washington, that the more people will look back on Jagr's career favorably. They'll see that he had some down years in Washington, but his stats were still pretty good, and they'll forget just what a cancer he was to that team.
I also think that 5 Art Ross trophies look better and better in retrospect, as we see how tough it is now to repeat even once.
I tend to agree with this.
A player changing teams to win, via trade free agency or anything else shouldn't hurt their legacy.
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