|Oct. 15 8:10 AM PT9:10 AM MT10:10 AM CT11:10 AM ET15:10 GMT23:10 8:10 AM MST10:10 AM EST19:10 UAE11:10 ETNaN:� BRT - Jagr got his first point for Calgary as the Flames beat the Canucks 5-2 on Saturday.
Analysis: The 45-year-old Czech forward signed a one-year deal with Calgary earlier this month and was playing his third game with the team. The point was the 1,915th of Jagr's career.
|Oct. 12 5:31 AM PT6:31 AM MT7:31 AM CT8:31 AM ET12:31 GMT20:31 5:31 AM MST7:31 AM EST16:31 UAE8:31 ETNaN:� BRT - The second-leading scorer in league history nearly scored on his opening shift of a solid debut Wednesday with the Flames, his ninth NHL team.
Analysis: Although he didn't record a shot on goal during his 15 shifts, Jagr spent time on the power play and earned more ice time than coach Glen Gulutzan initially planned to give him.
|Oct. 7 1:34 PM PT2:34 PM MT3:34 PM CT4:34 PM ET20:34 GMT4:34 1:34 PM MST3:34 PM EST0:34 UAE (+1)16:34 ETNaN:� BRT - Jagr wants more time before making his debut with the Calgary Flames. The 45-year-old right wing decided not to play in Calgary's home opener Saturday night against the Winnipeg Jets.
Analysis: After arriving Wednesday from the Czech Republic, Jagr had two practices and the pregame skate Saturday with his new team. Coach Glen Gulutzan said when Jagr plays the first game of his 24th NHL season is his decision. Second only to Wayne Gretzky in NHL scoring with 1,914 points, Jagr signed a one-year, $1 million contract with the Flames. If he plays 57 games, he'll pass Gordie Howe's record of 1,767.