Bruins newcomer Jaromir Jagr had 12 points including eight goals in March alone. That's five more goals than the Bruins entire third line, and two more total points.
If he plays on that line, he'll instantly make them better. But is it a sure thing he plays there? Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli wouldn't commit to any one line in particular.
Chris Mannix, Andy Gresh, and Mike Felger discussed this and more on UNO's Sports Tonight, and Felger thinks it would be a waste to put him on a third line featuring players who are young, inexperienced, or not playing well. He thinks Jagr should play up with the better players like David Krejci, who performed well next to him in the Olympics years ago.
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