The Panthers traded for Jaromir Jagr. They'll send New Jersey a second-rounder and a conditional third-rounder.
Maybe it's Jaromir Jagr's last season; maybe not, since he did put up 67 points for the Devils last year. But just on the chance that this'll be his last run, let's not wait for the silver anniversary. It was 24 years ago today that a bemulleted Penguins rookie scored his first NHL goal.
Just great work by everyone involved here. That's perfect framing by the selfie taker to get himself, Jagr, and bewildered
Devils lady Cory Schneider in the picture, and Jagr has just the right mix of mischievousness and nonchalance that's needed to pull off a good photobomb.
If you too are quivering with excitement for men's hockey to get underway tomorrow, you could do a lot worse to tide yourself over than this New York Times profile of five of the Olympic games' oldest athletes, NHL legends all. It's tough being in your '40s in a young man's game; it's a bit easier when national pride…
David Krejci and Jaromir Jagr must be so pumped to play on the same team as their favorite player growing up.
This is more than a year old, and it's already bounced around the internet a little bit, but it was just brought to our attention. We're posting it because it's Jaromir Jagr. Dressed as a fire chief. Who gets tricked by some ladies. Ladies who wanna party with him. In a 20-second commercial for the Euro Milony lottery.
There are some things Jaromir Jagr is unmistakably great at. Playing hockey, for instance—which Jagr does especially well, even now, at the age of 41. When he puts his hips out and leans forward, with his body between the defender and the puck, no one can dream of filching possession. He may have been the greatest…
In 1990, Jaromir Jagr arrived as a Penguins rookie from the former Czechoslovakia looking every bit like the dude from that one A-ha video. With the 41-year-old Bruins winger back in town for the Eastern Conference finals beginning tomorrow, the Pittsburgh-Post Gazette's photo Tumblr performs a public service by…
Via James Duthie, a photo from the vaults. 1998. Jaromir Jagr was already a nine-year NHL veteran. The young man on the left, 10 years old, is the nephew of Dan Kesa, then Jagr's Pittsburgh teammate. His name is Milan Lucic.
The world's favorite mulleted hockey enfant terrible isn't so much an enfant these days as elderly, but that doesn't stop fans of Stars winger Jaromir Jagr from showing up in arenas across the NHL to show their appreciation for one of the sport's greats. Several such fans showed up in Calgary last night, with a…
Jaromir Jagr, channeling his inner Shaughnessy, summed up best the Game 2 outcome on Friday between the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins—a game where 13 goals were scored on Friday the 13th.
The aging winger still has needs, but he was probably just adjusting his equipment. Then adjusting some more. Still adjusting...
Your morning roundup for July 3, the day after some baby gators proved a mud hole is better than any stop, drop and roll mantra.
Officially, the record will say the Penguins withdrew their 1-year, $2 million offer to Jaromir Jagr. But it's fairly safe to say that Jagr, who's had the deal in front of him for a few days, made it clear he wanted more. More money? More years? More of a chance at a Cup?
No one knows where Jaromir Jagr, 39, the once-mulleted, twice-Stanley-Cup-champion is. (Jagr's planning on returning to the NHL after a three-year absence, and his agent told us to expect a decision soon.) But people have theories.