NHL veteran Jaromir Jagr will be lacing up his skates once again.
The 46 year old has signed on to play his 30th season of professional hockey.
While Jagr doesn't seem to be able to keep up with NHL play anymore, he's enjoying his time in the WSM Liga of the Czech Republic and has signed a one year deal with HC Kladno.
Considering that Jagr owns the team and that arenas around the league sold out once he returned from the NHL, it was probably a no brainer.
Jagr had four assists in five games with Kladno last season before suffering a concussion after a brutal hit into the boards. His move overseas to Kladno last year came as a result of struggling with the Calgary Flames as he was only able to record a goal and six assists in 22 games.
Overall Jagr sits very pretty in the NHL record books, sitting second all time in overall points with 1921 and third all time for goals with 766.
We wish him the best of luck next season!
HC Kladno (Czech 1. Liga) has signed forward Jaromir Jagr to a one-year contact. Jagr spent the last half of last season on loan to Kladno from the Calgary Flames and will be an NHL free agent on July 1st. pic.twitter.com/3zb3t8DEZ0
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