On his facebook profile, hockey legend Jaromír Jágr has designated Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks as the “most important of the year”. The pivotal match will see the Bruins either gain a stranglehold in the series – moving them within a win of the cup – or the Blackhawks tie the series. The 41-year-old future hall-of-famer, known for his sense of humour, joked that if the Bruins ended up winning the Cup, they would sign up for the law faculty in Plzeň. Jágr has been curiously ‘snake-bitten’ in the post season and not scored. He has however contributed strongly and on Monday got an assist.
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