Originally posted on CLNS Radio  |  Last updated 7/3/13
(Getty Images)   BOSTON-- According to a report from Joe Haggerty, a Bruins Insider for CSNNE.com, the Boston Bruins may take another chance on veteran Jaromir Jagr. Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said on Wednesday that he is very tempted to “circle back” on the 41-year-old to fill a potential problem at right wing for next season. As it stands now with Nathan Horton and Jagr not returning next season, Boston is missing two of the top three right wings on their roster according to the report. “You know, actually, we have thought of circling back. We told him we're moving on so he may have moved on also. It’s something that we may revisit,” said Chiarelli. “[Jagr] is on a list of a bunch of guys. When I talk about reconstructing the right side, maybe we can get some youth in there too in addition to an older guy." “When I say older it’s relatively speaking. It’s just older than a youthful player. It could be old now. Twenty-eight [years old] is the old 32. It’s all relative.”...
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