Found October 26, 2013 on NESN.com:
The Bruins will welcome back an old friend on Saturday night. Although his tenure in Boston only spanned a couple of months, Jaromir Jagr left a lasting impression on the black and gold, helping them all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals. Now with his seventh NHL team in his 25-year playing career, Jagr will return to the Garden for the first time as the New Jersey Devils take on the B’s. While Jagr has already racked up seven points with the Devils this season, the future Hall of Famer has accumulated a whopping 1,695 points throughout his illustrious career, ranking him first among NHL active points leaders. The Fours Question of the Day for Saturday asks which player is second behind Jagr among NHL active points leaders? Answer The Four’s Trivia Question of the Day and enter to win a $50 gift card to one of The Four’s three Boston-area locations. First, read the official rules, completely fill out the entry form and press submit. . Filed under: NESN Staff, The Four's Trivia Q...
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