Penguins Honor Jaromir Jagr with Impressive Jersey Retirement Tribute

The Pittsburgh Penguins honored Jaromir Jagr by retiring his No. 68 jersey and paid tribute by having current players wear Jagr jerseys and mullet wigs during on-ice warmups with the 52-year-old Jagr before their game against the Los Angeles Kings.

On Sunday, something pretty cool happened. The Pittsburgh Penguins decided to retire Jaromir Jagr’s No. 68. But that’s not all.

They came up with a fantastic tribute to kick off the game. Picture this: the 52-year-old Jagr, skating with the current Penguins players. Yep, during the on-ice warmups before they faced off against the Los Angeles Kings.

Here’s the kicker. Every player hit the ice in a Jagr jersey. And get this – they all rocked ridiculous wigs. We’re talking full-on mullet mode, a nod to Jagr’s iconic 1990s look.

Alex Thompson
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