The last of the handful of Flyers taking a turn to face the media mob after Saturday's regular-season finale typically is the first to talk.
"I apologize," Jaromir Jagr said cheerfully as he walked through a door leading from a back room to the Flyers dressing room. "I forget. I didn't do anything for the last two weeks!"
Jagr was smiling in his latest attempt to make fun of himself. The humble future Hall of Famer's second-period goal in the Flyers' regular-season finale, a 4-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins, was his first in 16 games.
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