Jaromir Jagr is revered in the city of Pittsburgh as one of the all-time greats in Penguins history. At 41 years old, Jagr continues to climb the list of all-time playoff points leaders in the NHL.
On Monday night, Jagr was on the other side of the ice from the Penguins, putting forth a solid effort for the Bruins. Jagr’s two assists in Game 2 snapped a six-game pointless streak for the right winger. Jagr’s big night was recognized by his teammates and he had the honor of wearing the B’s Army Ranger jacket during a postgame conversation with reporters.
Watch the video above to hear what the veteran had to say.