The Philadelphia Flyers are fortunate. Much of their core is already signed for next season and beyond.
Still, some key offseason personnel questions remain. One of the biggest centers around the fate of future Hall of Fame forward Jaromir Jagr.—
Jagr inked a one-year deal worth $3.3 million when free agency began last July. When this July hits, the seven-time, first-team All-Star will be a free agent once again.
Jagr has indicated he wants to return to the NHL next year but the question remains—where? The answer should be back to Philadelphia. Jagr himself indicated to Flyers.com that this was one of the most enjoyable seasons of his illustrious career and Philadelphia could certainly use what he brings to the table.
With that, here are four reasons why re-signing Jagr is a huge key to the offseason plans for the Flyers.