Jaromir Jagr finally had a big game for the Philadelphia Flyers. After going scoreless in his first seven games with his new team, the salute returned, much to the delight of the Flyers faithful. He's shown remarkable chemistry with center Claude Giroux—Jags found himself on several breakaways or partial breakaways because of slick passes from his linemates.
The goals return Jagr to the ranks of the NHL's most reliable players.
While some skaters drive coaches insane with inconsistency and streaky goal scoring, others are able to put up points across a full season—as opposed to a five-point game every other month. There is a place on a team for both kinds of players. But the consistent guys typically stand out, and for good reason.