Around the Rink
One of the best thing about old stars sticking around is seeing them take down old-time records. The 41-year-old Jaromir Jagr tied a big one on Thursday night, scoring his 121st career game-winning goal – tying him with none other than the great Gordie Howe. A healthy Jagr will likely deliver at least one more winner this year to hold the all-time crown singlehandedly, and it's going to be a long time until anyone else catches up. The best threat to make it, long-term, is Alex Ovechkin, who already owns 62 game-winners at the age of 28. Unfortunately, that's well behind Jagr's pace at the same age, as Jags broke into the league at 18, as opposed to Ovi's 20.
Just when Ondrej Pavelec was starting to inspire hope, bam, another five-goal loss, albeit to a good team in the 'Hawks. Pavs is one of the most terrifying goalies to roll out in fantasy this side of Carter Hutton, as you really never know what you're going to get. He can put tog You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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