Jagr (flu) is not expected to play on Tuesday.
Jagr missed Monday’s practice with an illness and that will keep him out of the lineup tonight vs. the Islanders. With Jagr out, the Panthers have recalled Rocco Grimaldi and he is expected to be in the lineup tonight. Consider Jagr as day-to-day.
Jagr (lower-body) will return to the Panthers' lineup on Wednesday.
Jagr missed the last two games with a lower-body injury, but he will be back in the lineup on Thursday in Anaheim. The 43-year-old has had a great start to the season, posting 10 points (6G / 4A) in nine games this season.
Jagr (lower-body) returned to practice on Monday.
Jagr missed the Panthers’ back-to-back on the weekend, but he was back at practice on Monday which is a good sign that the veteran winger will be available for Wednesday’s game in Anaheim.
Jagr (lower-body) will miss his second straight game.
Jagr (lower-body) injury will not play Friday.
Jagr practiced on Thursday and took part in the morning skate, but he was constantly visiting with the trainers and will ultimately be held out of tonight’s game vs. the Bruins. With Jagr out, Logan Shaw will make his NHL debut and Jussi Jokinen is expected to play on the top line.
Jagr (lower-body) practiced on Thursday; could play Friday.
Jagr left Tuesday’s game with a lower-body injury, but he returned to practice this afternoon and is on pace to play on Friday. Jagr has six goals and four assists (10 points) in nine games. Monitor his status during Friday’s morning skate.
Jagr is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Jagr left Tuesday’s game with a lower-body injury and did not return. However, this morning the Panthers said that Jagr could have returned if they needed him to. He will be evaluated on Wednesday and Thursday and could be in the lineup on Friday vs. the Bruins.
The Panthers re-signed Jaromir Jagr to a one-year contract extension on Sunday.
Jagr, 43, was acquired from New Jersey via trade on February 26th. In 20 games with the Panthers he tallied six goals and 12 assists (18 points). He looked much better in the Sunshine State than he did in New Jersey, so he will come back for his 21st NHL season in 2015-16.
Source: NHL.com 04/13/15, 6:41 am EST
Jagr will make his Panthers debut on Saturday vs. Buffalo.
After being acquired from New Jersey yesterday, Jaromir Jagr has reputedly passed his physical and is cleared to play on Saturday vs. the Sabres. We won’t know who his line mates will be until tomorrow, but the 43-year-old will suit up for his eighth NHL franchise on Saturday.
The Panthers have acquired Jaromir Jagr from the Devils for a 2015 2nd round pick and a conditional 2016 3rd round pick.
Jagr had made it well known that he wanted out of New Jersey. The Panthers have made it clear that they are going for it this season by adding the veteran forward. Even at 43-years-old, Jagr is a more than capable scorer that should see time in the Panthers top-6. Jagr has 11 goals and 18 assists (29 points) in 57 games this season.
Jagr (illness) expects to return to the lineup on Wednesday.
Jagr was a full participant in practice on Tuesday and is expected to play tomorrow vs. Toronto after middling the last three games with an illness. Monitor his status during the pre-game skate.
Source: Rich Chere 01/27/15, 5:40 pm EST
Jagr (illness) will not play on Monday.
The Devils are in San Jose on Monday and Jagr is reportedly feeling better, but he has yet to resume skating since getting sick, so he will miss his third consecutive game.
Jagr (illness) will not play on Wednesday; doubtful Friday.
Devils GM Lou Lamoriello said Jagr is “quite sick” and the chances of him playing on the road-trip are “not very good." With Jagr out, Steve Bernier will skate on the Devils top-line with Scott Gomez and Adam Henrique.
Jagr (illness) is questionable for Wednesday’s game in Los Angeles.
Jagr missed another practice on Monday and the Devils are not sure if Jagr will travel with the team on Tuesday because he is under the weather.
Jagr has the flu and will not play on Thursday.
Jagr left Tuesday’s game after being crushed by Robert Bortuzzo (who was suspended two games for the hit), but Lou Lamoriello said that Jagr does not have a concussion, will miss tonight’s game due to the flu. He is day-to-day.
Source: Rich Chere 12/4/14, 6:47 am EST
Jagr (upper-body) left Tuesday’s game and did not return.
Jagr was crushed by Robert Bortuzzo in Tuesday’s loss to the Penguins. Jagr suffered what appeared to be a head injury on the play and retired to the dressing room for the night. Bortuzzo will have a hearing for the hit, however no penalty was called on the play. There was no update on Jagr following the game.
Source: Tom Gulitti 12/3/14, 4:28 am EST
The Devils signed Jaromir Jagr to a one-year contract extension on Wednesday.
The Devils did not release terms of the contract. Jagr said it was a one-year deal. The contract is believed to be worth $6 million US with incentives. Jagr was the Devils' leading scorer this, finishing with 24 goals and 43 assists for 67 points.
Source: CBC.ca 05/1/14, 7:31 am EST
Jagr has moved from the fifth line to the second line with Travis Zajac and Adam Henrique.
Jagr did not skate very much during the preseason because of a sore hip and back, but he is good to go for the Devils season opener on Thursday. He will start on their second line as well as their first power-play unit.
Source: Tom Gulitti 10/1/13, 6:32 am EST
Jaromir Jagr says he's fully healthy and will play on the opener. "I'm okay. I just have to get in the lineup."
Jagr was practicing on the Devils fifth line this morning, but was also working on the power-play so it remains to be seen if he will play on Thursday.
Source: Rich Chere 09/30/13, 8:34 am EST
Jaromir Jagr will not play in tonight's exhibition. He says he is healthy and would play if it was a regular season game but feels no reason to risk re-injury.
Jagr will be good to go for the Devils' season opener on October 3rd. Even at 41, he still has the ability to score 25 goals this season.