(Anna Matyas) writes:
|> Rick Casares writes:
|> >That's all I wanted to say.
|> >This guy has been making the plays of the century for the last two
|> >weeks and I've been fully amazed at the way he controls that
|> >body of his. Such balance and stick work!
|> I think you've hit your head on the ice one too many times, Rick!!
|> Best player
|> in the league? This is really stretching it. Jagr is definitely a
|> crowd favorite because stuff often happens when he's on the ice but
|> he certainly isn't the best in the league.
|> I'm not about to open a debate on who the best player is in the
|> For as many people as there are in this group, that's about how many
|> would be named Numero Uno. But watch Jeremy Roenick closely -- and
|> come back and tell me that Jagr is the best.
OK, so maybe I did take a mean fall this week.
But I think the brain bucket did it's trick. =)
As for Jagr being a puckhog, I think you hit it on the head.
How can he pass when everyone on his line is still behind the
And Anna, I should have known that Paul Coffey is the best! heh.
As for Roenick, I've been watching him all year!
And even that spin-o-rama isn't as hot as Jagr's sideways weaving.
Go Hawks! Go Pens!
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