Who says you can't bring your 90s hairdo back? Jaromir Jagr certainly does not. The 43-year-old NHL star is growing out his mullet.
— George Richards (@GeorgeRichards) October 5, 2015
Jagr debuted with the Penguins in 1990 at 18. He won his only two Stanley Cups in his first two seasons, and donned the mullet for much of his early years. His stints with the Capitals, Rangers, Avangard Omsk (Kontinental Hockey League), Flyers, Stars, Bruins and Devils saw a shorter-haired Jagr.
As for his tenure with the Florida Panthers, which began last February, the tide is turning and the mullet is returning.
It appears this may be the work of veteran Panthers goaltender Roberto Luongo, who began advocating for the mullet a few weeks ago, and now, he got his wish.
I will make it my mission this year, work 24h around the clock 2 get Jags to bring this puppy back! It's gonna happen pic.twitter.com/NcAiEzmtmU
— Strombone (@strombone1) September 16, 2015
Guys we did it!!!!! https://t.co/tdgh5FWTet
— Strombone (@strombone1) October 5, 2015
Jagr was recently in the news when an 18-year-old model tried to blackmail him for sleeping with her. Jagr reportedly told the model, "I don't care," when she threatened to release the photo. She did, and Jagr followed through by not caring.
Jagr is just riding his hockey life out. He even now plays in Florida, which is kind of like semi-retirement.
— Yahoo Sports NHL (@YahooSportsNHL) October 5, 2015
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