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Ville Leino's breakout in the 2010 playoffs continued this past season, as the 27 year-old produced 53 points.
Despite scoring just 30 goals in his NHL career, the winger was able to sign for a $27 million contract with the Buffalo Sabres.
This leaves Scott Hartnell and Danny Briere without a linemate.
Other roster shakeups leave question marks among the Flyers' offensive roster. Claude Giroux and James van Riemsdyk need a new linemate. The entire third line is now a mystery, as well as the 4th line's right winger with the departure of Darroll Powe and Dan Carcillo.
Of all the new acquisitions, it might make the most sense for Jagr to take Leino's spot.
Both Hartnell and Briere are efficient at moving the puck along the boards and controlling play deep in the offensive zone.
Hartnell's size makes him somewhat difficult to deal with in battles for pucks along the boards.
Briere's speed and agility make him efficient at reaching loose pucks before the opposition can. His inclination to attempt wraparound shots and similar plays from behind the net is an easy to understand preference; he is often successful at it.
Add Jagr's 240 pounds to that creates an extremely difficult line to defend against once the Flyers work the puck in deep. A line of Hartnell-Briere-Jagr would dominate play along the boards and certainly has the ability to pound the puck home once in position.