Published July 01, 2011
| National Hockey League
PHILADELPHIA - Jaromir Jagr is heading back to Pennsylvania but it won't be with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Instead, the veteran forward has agreed to a free-agent deal with the Philadelphia Flyers.
However, Pittsburgh withdrew a US$2-million, one-year deal after growing tired of waiting for a response.
Jagr started his NHL career with the Penguins in 1990 and went on to put up 646 goals and 1,599 points in 1,273 career games.