PITTSBURGH — Jaromir Jagr’s signature item is his Bruins wool cap he wears for his solo spins around the ice. After the 6-1 Game 2 thrashing of the Penguins Monday night, Jagr added the team’s Army Rangers jacket given to the player his teammates believed contributed most to the win.
Jagr made the play on the game’s most important goal. The Penguins had just gotten some energy. At 19:26 of the first, Brandon Sutter ripped a bead over Tuukka Rask’s blocker to give the Penguins their first goal of the series.