Jaromir Jagr to New York Rangers

Jaromir Jagr's Photo from FaceBook
Jaromir Jagr is deciding which NHL team he wants to join for the 2013-14 season. Jagr has played for the Philadelphia Flyers, Dallas Stars and Boston Bruins in the past couple of seasons since his return from the KHL. He is most famous for his days on the Pittsburgh Penguins when he won Stanley Cups in 1991 and 1992 along side Mario Lemieux.

The 41 year old right winger is past his prime. He works hard on and off the ice to stay an elite hockey player. He may have slowed down but Jagr showed last season that he can still contribute offensively with 35 points in 45 games. He is looking to sign a one year contract in the $3-4 million range and is an excellent fantasy hockey pick.

Jagr is considering three teams: the New York Rangers, New Jersey Devils and Carolina Hurricanes. The Rangers are closest to winning a Stanley Cup and have $3.3 million in cap space. He played with the Rangers for three and a half seasons in the past so he is comfortable with the city and the organization. Look for the New York Rangers to sign unrestricted free agent Jaromir Jagr.

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