Jaromir Jagr says he has agreement in place to return to Devils
Summary of 7 articles · Updated May 1, 2014
Right wing Jaromir Jagr re-signed with the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday. - Devils' leading-scorer Jaromir Jagr will remain in New Jersey. Jaromir Jagr is currently practicing with the Czech national team ahead of next month's World Championships. The entire interview is worth a read, but one of the more interesting nuggets came after Vogel asked McPhee why Washington’s trade for Pittsburgh Penguins star Jaromir Jagr in July 2001 didn’t work out. Jagr who turned 42 in February, had a very good season for New Jersey, leading them in scoring with 67 points in 82 games. A two-time winner of the Stanley Cup when he played for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Jagr begins next season with 705 goals and 1,050 assists, tied for sixth all-time among NHL scorers. The 6-foot-3, 230-pound forward has NHL totals of 705 goals and 1,050 assists and 1,755 points in 1,473 regular-season games spanning 20 seasons with the Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Dallas Stars, Boston Bruins and Devils.
George McPhee warned Ted Leonsis that Jaromir Jagr trade was a bad idea
After conducting a gracious farewell news conference with the local media members on Monday, former Capitals general manager George McPhee sat down with Monumental Network’s Mike Vogel for a lenghty interview. McPhee and Vogel discussed the challenges o…