Jarmoir Jagr's storied NHL career appears to be at an end. The Calgary Flames winger cleared waivers on Monday, and the 45-year-old Czech legend is now expected to finish out the season in Europe. TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie reports the expectation is Jagr's contract will be assigned to HC Kladno by the Flames. Jagr is a co-owner of the club and skated with the team before signing with the Flames in October. Jagr has appeared in 22 contests for the Flames this season, posting one goal and six assists. He was placed on injured reserve with a lower-body injury on January 14, retroactive to December 31 when he last played. There was speculation previously that Jagr could dress for the Czech Republic in next month's Olympics in Pyeongchang, but he was not released in time or named to the roster.
Jarmoir Jagr clears waivers, likely heading to Europe
TSN | Jan 29