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02-12-2009, 01:52 PM
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Jagr

How is he doing.....?

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I think hes sleeping now

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02-12-2009, 04:20 PM
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He is OK on one galactic disaster of a team

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just finished getting shut-out by Lada.

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02-12-2009, 06:38 PM
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does anyone know if he is actually coming back to the nhl

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02-13-2009, 01:23 AM
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Why would he do such a thing? he's playing in the KHL. That's big enough already

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Isn't he finishing up his career in the Czech. Who knows though, in a few years maybe the Czech team he goes to will be in the KHL.

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Jagr is staying in Russia because he likes to gamble and the people he owes want him to be close by.

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in a few years maybe the Czech team he goes to will be in the KHL.
Next year, actually, KVary

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03-05-2009, 08:47 AM
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Next year, actually, KVary
Really? His father's team is joining the KHL next year?!?!?

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Really? His father's team is joining the KHL next year?!?!?
This is not certain, but very likely:

http://www.hokej.cz/index.php?lng=CZ...lanek&id=42831

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03-16-2009, 05:11 PM
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So Jagr is done for this year in the KHL. It will be interesting what will happen in the off season. Will he stay in the KHL and finish his contract? Will his father's team join up next year?

I found this article and it mentions Jagrs Dad's team, KVary, which says that the KHL wanted them then didnt because of money and now probably wants them because a number of KHL teams may not make it back:

http://www.praguepost.com/sports/800...of-sports.html

I think Jagr is going to stay over there. I guess we wont know if he will come to the NHL until the summer trading starts.. i forgot what date that is.

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03-16-2009, 06:28 PM
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Jagr's game has dropped off considerably. I'm not sure how comfortable he'd be having to live up to his NHL legacy if he returned to N.A.
Right before Jagr left for Russia I remember reading about Jagr telling Ovechkin it's 'their time now'.

Even in the playoffs with a renewed sense of purpose Jagr was very good..but not close to "Jagr" dominant.

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03-17-2009, 06:31 AM
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We all understand that there are about 5 to 10 forwards in the KHL better/more valuable to their teams than Jagr. But he is still a PPG player in the KHL, clear cut leader in Omsk, and worshiped their.

So on one hand he had the most difficult season of his carrer (his words), a decent playoff run on the other. On one hand if he goes to Edm, he is bound to a noncontender, if he stays in AO and insists that the management get a good center, a scoring second line, then the team can win it all.

Omsk can not afford to keep and overpay players like Kuryanov, Metlyuk or Popov or even Pestunov. Return Su, Kaluzhny.

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03-17-2009, 06:34 AM
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So Jagr is done for this year in the KHL. It will be interesting what will happen in the off season. Will he stay in the KHL and finish his contract? Will his father's team join up next year?

I found this article and it mentions Jagrs Dad's team, KVary, which says that the KHL wanted them then didnt because of money and now probably wants them because a number of KHL teams may not make it back:

http://www.praguepost.com/sports/800...of-sports.html

I think Jagr is going to stay over there. I guess we wont know if he will come to the NHL until the summer trading starts.. i forgot what date that is.
If KV joins they will be in the lower buget end, and will not be to pay Jagr. Unless he wants to play there out of sheer altruism

But if KV joins that can be a factor for him in the sense that he gets to play to a standing ovation in the Czech rep several times a year.

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03-18-2009, 03:45 AM
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Omsk can not afford to keep and overpay players like Kuryanov, Metlyuk or Popov or even Pestunov. Return Su, Kaluzhny.
Metlyuk is simply not good enough to play at high KHL level imo. I would say that Popov, Pestunov and Kuryanov are verry good players and Avangard should resign them back, especially Pestunov. Seen what-a-pass he made for the two goals in Kazan'? I believe, that what they should do is avoid the 20-out 20-in they made this summer. And also, stick with Nikulin please. I think he had more wins in the bunch of games he coached than Fleming in the months he was in.
I hope that Jagr will remain in Russia, but it would not be bad at all if he joins KV and they will play in the KHL.

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03-18-2009, 07:20 AM
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I would say that Popov, Pestunov and Kuryanov are verry good players and Avangard should resign them back, especially Pestunov.
It`s all about whether they are worth what they are paid. I am sure their salary is not exactly peanuts. But then Popov wastes chance after chance. He had an open net in the second - that could have been the game. Kuryanov is a shadow of his old self. Omsk does not have a good second scoring line, and if they want one these will be the players to go IMHO.

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Seen what-a-pass he made for the two goals in Kazan'?

That was of course after he wasted a glorious breakaway


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Jelinek claims Jagr will stay, and Omsk is already looking for a center for him.

http://www.hokej.sk/clanok60614-Jagr...bny_trener.htm

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wat team is Jagr on again

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So KVary is almost in

http://news.sport-express.ru/online/.../nl291482.html

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