Jaromir Jagr Will 'stop Playing When I Die,' Would Like Double-Headers

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Jaromir Jagr Will 'stop Playing When I Die,' Would Like Double-Headers
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Jaromir Jagr is simply a freak of nature. The 41-year-old forward who is one point behind Brad Marchand for the Bruins points lead with 34 in 43 games, is still going strong. The numbers bear that out and so does his body, at least according to the man himself. With the Bruins visiting Philadelphia on Tuesday night, Jagr is making his first appearance back in Wells Fargo Center after playing for the Flyers last season and finding a good amount of success with Claude Giroux and Scott Hartnell. Jagr was asked before the game if he has any intentions of retiring, a pretty natural thought for a 41-year old. Except he doesn't.

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