Jagr thinking about Montreal
Jaromir Jagr is sure making it sound like he's not ruling out a return to the NHL and Montreal is on his radar.
Shortly after the Czech Republic beat Russia today 7-4 for the bronze medal at the World Hockey Championship, Jagr was asked about the possibility of an NHL comeback.
He told the Edmonton Journal, "Maybe it would be still fun to go back to NHL. Maybe Pittsburgh. Maybe Montreal. Maybe New York."
Jagr spent most of his 17-year NHL career with the Pittsburgh Penguins. He told the newspaper, "I play there for a long time and (former teammate) Mario (Lemieux) is the owner. It's better to play with great centres like (Sidney) Crosby and (Evgeni) Malkin."
Jagr spent 11 seasons with the Penguins before joining the Washington Capitals followed by the New York Rangers.
After the 2007-08 season, he signed with Omsk of the Kontinental Hockey League. But Jagr says he's received no fomal offers from Omsk for next season.
You can hear what former Rangers captain and current Rangers analyst Dave Maloney thinks about Jagr. Just click on the arrow below Jagr's picture.