Jaromir Jagr Not Content With Bruins’ 2-0 Lead Over Rangers, Puts in Practice Time Alone Three Hours After Win (Photo)


May 19, 2013

The Bruins posted a dominant 5-2 win over the New York Rangers to pull ahead to two games to none in the Eastern Conference semifinals on Sunday night. But Jaromir Jagr didn’t see that fact as enough to warrant a night off.

The forward is in the midst of a playoff scoring drought that dates back to his time with the Philadelphia Flyers, and hoping to contribute more to the B’s through the rest of the series. Jagr was seen on the ice at TD Garden around 8 p.m., more than three hours after the Bruins’ win over the Rangers, in front of 17,565 empty seats practicing alone in a Bruins beanie hat.

Check out the dedicated teammate in the photo below.

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