vegasrick Posted September 18, 2011 Report Share Posted September 18, 2011 Great. Just great. Now Jagr is going to make the Habs' lives even more miserable. Playing for the Flies, of all teams: http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/news;_ylt=AqJR3nxeB252yT7jYCXSKQ17vLYF?slug=ap-flyers-jagr This is just about as bad as hearing that Roman Hamrlik signed with the Washington Capitals. These teams hate Montreal, and have both just gotten better. Something tells me that Jagr is far from finished, and will no doubt take his game play up an additional notch when playing the Canadiens, especially in Montreal, like all great players seem to do. With our questionable defense, these two acquisitions alone could be the difference as to whether the Habs make the playoffs or not, because we always seem to be a "fringe" team, hovering around that last playoff spot come season's end. A couple more losses and we could be 9th or worse.....and I think these two players could easily hand the Habs those extra two or so losses. What makes it worse is that I've always liked Jagr as a player. Now, as a returning player, part of me will be rooting for him to do well. I wonder if I'll be rooting for him in the playoffs, too? 'Cuz if the Habs aren't in the postseason, there might be little other reason to watch. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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