Calgary Flames forward Jaromir Jagr will finally be back on the ice tonight, as his team will face the Vancouver Canucks. The 45-year old legend was sidelined since October 21 with a lower-body injury. In five games played with the Flames since he joined them, he registered two assists. Jagr shared his thoughts ahead of his return tonight.
Jagr was drafted fifth overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins in 1990. He played 1716 games in the NHL with the Flames, the Penguins, the Washington Capitals, the New York Rangers, the Philadelphia Flyers, the Dallas Stars, the Boston Bruins, the New Jersey Devils and the Florida Panthers, registering 1916 points. He added 201 points in 208 playoff games.
A true LEGEND.