The Twitterverse, in its constant quest to satiate the ravenous beast, has been alive with Jaromir Jagr conjecture over the past couple of days. And the degree of possible Calgary Flames' interest. Speculation is that once the 40-year-old two-time Stanley Cup winner and '99 Hart Trophy recipient lapses into unrestricted free agency on July 1, the local heroes will be in there pitching ardent woo, hoping to win his heart and land his decorated but decaying services not only to play a little right wing but as a buffer for incoming countryman Roman Cervenka's smooth transition to the hurly-burly of the North American game.
Why would Flames vie for aging Jagr?
Calgary Herald | Jun 21