It's time for the Penguins to retire Jaromir Jagr's #68

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It's time for the Penguins to retire Jaromir Jagr's #68
It's time for the Penguins to retire Jaromir Jagr's #68

In Pittsburgh there are only two numbers retired, as you might know. One is the #21 of Michel Briere, a talented youngster who sadly was involved in a car accident after his rookie NHL season and passed away. The other, of course, Mario Lemieux's #66. So that's the bar in Pittsburgh - it's only been used to honor the franchise's singularly most important person ever and then also to honor a tragic fatal accident. But the Penguins should bend this sooner than later. It's time to put #68 in the rafters of PPG Paints Arena and forever welcome Jaromir Jagr fully back into the family. Jagr's accomplishments merit it — he scored 1,079 regular season points with Pittsburgh in 809 games. He won the Art

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