Jaromir Jagar, 50, joked about playing in the NHL again

Jaromir Jagar, 50, joked about playing in the NHL again

Jaromir Jagger’s hockey resume requires very little detail, but we’ll still do it as to how effective it is. To begin with: Jagger played in the National Hockey League for 24 seasons, meaning he knew what he was doing to some extent. He is fourth in terms of goals, fifth in assists and second behind Wayne Gretzky. He won two Stanley Cups (both with the Pittsburgh Penguins), a Heart Trophy and an Olympic gold medal and made 10 All-Star teams. Suffice it to say that this man is one of the greatest hockey players of all time.

At the age of 50, one would expect a set of awakenings to enjoy the life of a retired superstar. And yet, he itches while playing. Jagar has a team called Ryatsy Cladno in the Czech Extraliga and he plays as the right side for them. On Wednesday, Jagger told NHL GM on Twitter that he was still very interested in playing hockey. As a team owner, he made a particularly honest assessment of his strengths and weaknesses as a hockey player.

Hey why no experienced presence is incredible.


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