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Earlier this morning, a very disheveled looking Jaromir Jagr (or a really good impersonator) posted a video on Facebook presumbably after a few blackjack shoes that was entirely in Czech, in what can only be described as odd.
According to Puck Daddy and transcribed from sport.rz, Jagr allegedly talks about his future in the NHL looking "black."
For today's open thread, what do you guys make of this video and where do you guys think he's going to play next season according to his "black" theme? The Blackhawks? LA or Tampa with their black home sweaters? He couldn't possibly return to Pittsburgh could he?
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This may shock you, but Jaromir Jagr is a ******* weirdo.
A potentially broke, gambling addicted weirdo.
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