This offseason the Dallas Stars answered some of their offensive problems by signing five-time Art Ross Trophy winner Jaromir Jagr. While Jagr is six years removed from a 123-point season, he can still contribute a great deal.
The 40-year-old veteran still has the ability to make his teammates better. The fact that he has been in the league 18 seasons means that he has picked up a few tricks along the way.
Outside of his scoring prowess, he was signed to be an on-ice coach. How well he can teach the younger players will play a huge factor in the Stars’ chances of making another postseason run.