Jaromir’s Jagr stint at the Saddledome is coming to an end.

Sportsnet’s ace insider, Elliotte Friedman, reported on Saturday’s Hockey Night in Canada broadcast that the Calgary Flames are in conversations about a mutual parting of ways with the legendary right-winger.

“The Calgary Flames and Jaromir Jagr are working on an exit,” Friedman said during the ‘Headlines’ segment in Saturday’s early contest. “There’s a certain amount of respect he’s earned and deserves to have, and Calgary is trying to give it to him. His agent (Petr Svoboda) has been given permission to talk to every other team in the league to see if there’s a fit for him.

“At this time, there isn’t … but his time in Calgary is about done.”

Jagr is one of the NHL’s all-time greats, but this latest chapter has been a frustrating one for the 45-year-old from the Czech Republic.

He was still seeking employment through training camp before signing with the Flames that was made official Oct. 4, the day of their regular-season opener.

Bothered by both a wonky groin and sore knee, No. 68 has been limited to 22 appearances with the crew from Calgary. He has missed nine of the past 14 contests and wasn’t in the lineup Saturday for a key divisional date with the Anaheim Ducks.