'Jagr has two years and $20.7 million remaining on his contract. The Penguins have a choice. They can retain Jagr and lose several of their core players because they can't afford to keep them. Or they can trade Jagr, which will free up the money to keep the other players, and, at the same time, add the kind of quality talent that only one of the best players in the world can bring in a trade.'
Jagr's stay in Pittsburgh goes overtime
May 11, 2001 Submitted by