The Rangers traded Marian Gaborik to the Blue Jackets. I remember what Gaborik meant to the Rangers
All of this Jaromir Jagr talk doesn't change the fact that the Pens could still potentially re-sign Tyler Kennedy
What was supposed to be a simple yes or no answer from Jaromir Jagr to the Penguins turned into a confusing cross-continential journey yesterday. By day's end, even Jagr's own reps couldn't comment about his location. Do the Penguins think they can sign him? Or are they already going to move on, being as their deadline for an answer was yesterday?
In an impromptu interview broadcasted (unknowingly) on the internet, Jaromir Jagr's agent scolded a Penguins blog (not this one) for calling his phone and tells them no decision about Jagr's future will be announced today. What impact will this have on Jagr and the Penguins as a whole?
I was driving into work this morning and developed a flawless, systematic formula that proves Jaromir Jagr will sign with the Penguins.
If Jagr signs with the Pens (or any team for that matter - but let's remain optimistic) it will be his 19th NHL season. I'm applying the laws of numerology to this equation and saying he signs with the Penguins today.
Crosby's 87 - Jagr's 68 = 19
Malkin's 71 + 19 = 90 (Jagr's Rookie Year)
Kool Aid tastes good.