Jaromir Jagr, 44 years young, is back playing in Pittsburgh... again.
Though this is his sixth season since returning to the NHL, and six straight seasons of him being the enemy, Jagr still remains pretty awesome.
And the old Civic Arena was his home barn for 11 years. Jagr still remains near the top of many of the franchise’s records, too. So it’s only fitting he gets something from it, right?
How about a plaque made out of the very roof he used to play under?
The Penguins presented Jaromir Jagr with a No. 68 plaque made out of material from the Civic Arena's roof: pic.twitter.com/ccgJI4W1GQ— Seth Rorabaugh (@SethRorabaugh) October 25, 2016
Geez, that’s awesome. Though the Penguins are going to have to watch out for him tonight - he already has three points in five games this season.