Czech hockey star Jaromír Jágr got off to a dream start with his new NHL club the Dallas Stars. On Saturday the forward, who recently played in the Czech league during the NHL lockout, was involved in all four goals by his club, scoring two and earning two assists against the Phoenix Coyotes. The Stars edged the Coyotes 4:3.
In other NHL action, goalie Tomáš Vokoun got off to a good start with the Pittsburgh Penguins. The team’s No. 2 goalie stopped 31 of 34 shots by the New York Rangers after a 10-month layoff due to a groin injury and the NHL lockout. The Penguins won the game 6:3.
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