The Philadelphia Flyers are hoping that Jaromir Jagr can be a good addition to the elaborate 2011 summer plan of Paul Holmgren's this offseason.
Jagr, in early July, signed a one-year deal in Philly worth $3.3 million and returns to the NHL after spending the past three seasons in Russia.
He is expected to pick up a lot of the scoring that the Flyers lost out on during this offseason. The Flyers will be putting a lot of pressure on the new guys to step up and contribute early and often...the only problem is that all the new guys are very inexperienced.
Jagr stands out like a sore thumb because of his 20-plus years of professional experience. Here is what you can expect from Jaromir Jagr this upcoming season.