Czech star forward Jaromír Jágr scored his first goal with the Calgary
Flames on Thursday against the Detroit Red Wings and also assisted on Mark
Janowski's first NHL goal. Jágr, 45, described first goals for any
team as "special, especially in Canada". The first goal puck was
scooped out of the net by Johnny Gaudreau for the Czech to save as a
In goal for the Red Wings was netminder Petr Mrázek.
The Flames defeated the Red Wings by a score of 6-3.
Czech hockey forward Jaromír Jágr returned to the line-up on Tuesday
night for the Calgary Flames, but did not get on the scoreboard. He had
been recovering from a minor lower-body injury. The forward played a total
of 13 minutes. The Flames were even 3:3 against the Vancouver Canucks, but
the match slipped away in 38 seconds when the Canucks got back-to-back
goals in the third period.
Montreal Canadiens’ forward Tomáš Plekanec got an assist on the opening goal of the night for the Habs against newcomers the Vegas Golden Knights on their first ever visit to Montreal’s Bell Centre.
The Habs edged Vegas by a score of 3:2, their third straight win.
Czech veteran forward Jaromír Jágr did not play in the Calgary Flames 2-1 win over the Washington Capitals on Sunday although he did skate with the team in practice and Flames’ coach Glen Gulutzan describer the player’s status as day-to-day. The Flames’ next match is against Pittsburgh on Thursday this week.
The Czech NGO Brontosauri v Himalájích has been helping the village of Mulbekh, in Little Tibet, for ten years now. Attention is focused around the local primary school which has grown from strength to strength. Czech volunteers are engaged in a wide variety of activities, the latest project being to teach the children of Mulbekh to play hockey. I spoke to Jiří Sázel from the NGO about how he has helped the children of Mulbekh and what he has gained in return.
The veteran ice hockey star Jaromír Jágr won his first game in the
colours of Calgary Flames on Wednesday. His compatriot Michael Frolík
notched up one goal and one assist for Calgary in a 4:3 overtime victory at
At 45 Jágr is the oldest active player in the NHL. He is the second most productive player in the league's history. Wednesday's game was his first appearance in six months.
Czech hockey legend Jaromír Jágr has trained for the first time with his
new NHL team, the Calgary Flames, with whom he signed this week.
The 45-year-old player who picked up 46 points last season (16 goals, 30 assists) had warned beforehand that he hadn’t trained with a team in five months and joked after the practice that he was glad he had survived.
Calgary is Jágr’s ninth club – but first Canadian team – in 24 seasons in the NHL.
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