Found May 28, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
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In his first blog for iSport since the end of the playoffs, Jaromir Jagr candidly discussed a host of issues. Some highlights: * Jagr said that he's still bothered by the Flyers' performance against the Devils in the second round of the playoffs, saying that Philly didn't play anywhere near its capabilities and misplaced its skating legs and hunger for the puck. He noted the difference in the...
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