Jaromir Jagr was listed as day-to-day by the Calgary Flames last week, but the 45-year-old didn't join the Flames for their four-game road trip as speculation continues to swirl around the forward's future. Kristen Odland of the Calgary Sun reports Jagr was not in Minnesota with the Flames on Tuesday as they prepare to play four games in six nights before their bye week. TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger said on Tuesday's edition of Insider Trading, Jagr is dealing with multiple injuries and any decision on his future will be put on hold until he is healthy. "Most believe that he is done in Calgary, but his injury is still significant and there’s a collection of them," Dreger said. "He’s being treated in Calgary but he first wants to get healthy and then determine what his playing future is. Now, Calgary can try and trade him but it doesn’t sound like there’s much of a market out there. Perhaps he returns to Europe, but he first wants to get healthy before there is any decision that's being finalized and that might take some time." Jagr has appeared in 22 contests for the Flames this season, posting one goal and six assists.