Found June 18, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
via Darren Dreger tweet, Jaromir Jagr enjoyed Phildadelphia, but plans on testing free agency. Also plans to change training to shed some lbs and get faster. Jagr made $3.3M with the Flyers last year.
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