He has some of the strongest wrists in hockey. It's a major reason why, defensively, Jaromir Jagr can almost never be stripped of a puck.



On Sunday at Scotiabank Place, Sens defenseman Erik Karlsson stole puck off Jagr and scored a decisive tying goal that sucked the life out of the Flyers during an eventual 6-4 loss (see story).



"I don't really know what happened there," Jagr said. "I go the puck at my feet. He poked checked and all of a sudden, it's three-on-one.