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The agent of Jaromir Jagr, Petr Svoboda, has revealed that he is working on a contract extension with the Philadelphia Flyers, according to Tim Panaccio of CSN Philly.
The Flyers are reportedly working on bringing back the 40-year old forward on a one-year deal for next season.
While the veteran had first expressed some concerns about re-signing in Philadelphia, Svoboda maintains that Jagr has had a change of heart in whatever impression he felt last month.
"I've talked to Jaromir and I have talked to Paul [Holmgren] and we hope to get something done before the draft," Svoboda told CSN.
Jagr, who was bothered by some nagging groin and leg injuries this past season, recorded 19 goals and 35 assists for 54 points in 73 games.
Meanwhile, Svoboda added that he feels confident about pending restricted free agent Jakub Voracek, who should be re-signed without incident close to the NHL Draft.
I wonder what is is that changed his mind in staying with Philly? I also wonder why he wanted to sign somewhere else in the first place... seemed like he was having a lot of fun this year, and did well with the team considering his age and roll on the team.
*EDIT* Mod's if you could add a "?" to the topic title since its a little misleading, please and thanks!
Edited by Hockey13Playa, 07 June 2012 - 01:53 PM.