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Jaromir Jagr Net Worth

Jaromir Jagr Net Worth is
$40 Million

Jaromir Jagr's salary
3.5 million USD

Jaromir Jagr Bio/Wiki 2018

Considered as one of the best hockey players ever, this European-produced sportsman Jaromir Jagr is currently playing for th Boston Bruinsof the NHL (National Hockey League). He debuted into NHL in 1990 when he was chosen by the Pittsburgh Penguins as its 5th complete draft pick.

Jaromir Jagr Net Worth $40 Million

From 2008 through 2011, he played for the Avangard Omskof Kontinental Hockey League. In the year 2012, he returned to NHL. As an alternative to signing with Pittsburgh, Jagr consented to a 1-year $3.3 million worth of contract with the Philadelphia Flyers. At the period of signing, it was the largest contract ever awarded in the history of National Hockey League. Jagr played for the Nationals until 2004 simply. Jagr spent the next NFL seasons (2004-2008) with the New York Rangers.



Full NameJaromír Jágr
Net Worth$40 Million
Salary3.5 million USD
Date Of BirthFebruary 15, 1972
Place Of BirthKladno, Czechoslovakia
Height6' 2" (1.88 m)
Weight230 lb (100 kg; 16 st 6 lb)
ProfessionIce hockey player
NationalityCzech
ParentsJaromír Jágr, Anna Jágrová
SiblingsJitka Kallová
AwardsGolden Hockey Stick, Hart Memorial Trophy, Best NHL Player ESPY Award, Art Ross Trophy, Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, Ted Lindsay Award, Sportsperson of the Year Award – Choice Award
NominationsSportsperson of the Year Award – Individual
#Fact
1Traded by the New Jersey Devils to the Florida Panthers for a 2nd-round pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, and a 3rd-round pick in 2016. [February 26, 2015].
2Oldest player in NHL history to score a hat trick (42 years, 322 days old). [January 3, 2015].
3Officials at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center have dubbed previous computers at the center "Jaromir" after Jagr, and "Mario" after former teammate Mario Lemieux.
4(July 4, 2008) Signs with Avangard Omsk (Omsk, Russia), the team he played for during the 2004/2005 lockout, a day after parting ways with the New York Rangers.
5(November 7, 2004) Avangard Omsk (Omsk, Russia) announced it has signed Jagr, who has played for his native HC Kladno since the start of the 04/05 NHL season, which has been almost completely lost due the lockout of the players by the owners.
6Plays for the Washington Capitals [2002]
7(January 23, 2004) The Washington Capitals trade Jagr to the New York Rangers for Anson Carter. The Rangers will pay the remainder of Jagr's 2003-04 salary and the Capitals will pay between $4-4.5 million of Jagr's salary in each of the next four years, with the star agreeing to defer $1 million per year of his salary. Jagr had 83 goals and 118 assists for 201 points in 190 games with the Capitals.
8The Philadelphia Flyers announced Jagr has signed a one year, $3.3 million contract after Jagr's old team, the Pittsburgh Penguins, withdrew its one-year, $2 million offer. (1 July 2011).
9Named to the World Cup roster for Team Czech Republic.
10Name pronounced: "Yar-o-MEER ya-GER"
11The Internal Revenue Service filed a federal tax lien in Allegheny County (PA) Common Pleas Court, claiming that Jagr owes $3,270,209 in income tax for the 2001 calendar year. In August, the IRS filed a claim for $350,000 in unpaid income taxes and penalties and interest for 1999. That lien was satisfied when the balance was paid. [28 February 2003]
12Traded to Washington Capitals for Kris Beech, Michal Sivek & Ross Lupaschuk on July 8, 2001
13Member of Penguins back-to-back Stanley Cup Championships (1991-1992)
14Endorses Jaromir Jagr Peanut Butter, sold in the Pittsburgh area.
15Throughout his years in the States, he has lived with his mother because he loves her cooking.
16Has an older sister, Jitka.
17One of only five players to lead the NHL in scoring five times.
18NHL single season record for most points by a right wing (149)
19Won Art Ross Trophy (1995, 1998, 1999, 2000)
20NHL MVP (1999)
21Honorary Chairman of Mother's Hope Foundation which aids sick and disadvantaged children.
22His father, also named Jaromir, is the president of HC Poldi Kladno, Jaromir's former hockey club.
23Wears #68 in memory of his grandfather who died during the 1968 Prague Spring uprising against the Soviet Union.
241998 Olympic Gold Medalist, Men's Hockey (Team Czech Republic)
25First Czech player chosen in a draft without defecting.
26Fifth overall pick by the Pittsburgh Penguins (1990)
27Salary for the 1999-2000 season: $10.4 million.
28Insurance firm Ceska Pojistovna announced it would pay $165,000 for an additional policy to cover Jagr, allowing him to help Team Czech Republic defend their world championship, beginning April 26 in Gothenburg, Sweden. According to Czech newspaper Mlada fronta Dnes, Jagr's agency IMG, demanded that either he be insured for potentially lost wages throughout the duration of his 7 year, $77 million contract with the Washington Capitals or else he couldn't play. IMG claimed to Czech officials the Capitals wanted the extra insurance. However, the officials said they are still waiting for any kind of communication from the Capitals. [April 2002]
29Has averaged 1.86 goals and 1.32 points per game during his career.
30Known to his friends as "Puff Nuts"
31Owns a sports bar in Prague (Czech Republic) called Jagr Bar.

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Sudden Death1995thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
2014 NHL Awards2014TV SpecialHimself - nominee
VIP zprávy2012TV SeriesHimself
Top star magazín2009TV SeriesHimself
2006 NHL Awards2006TV SpecialHimself
Poslední sezona2006TV SeriesHimself
Fearless2005TV Series documentaryHimself - Former Teammate
TSN Hockey2005TV SeriesHimself
T-music2004TV SeriesHimself
NHL: All-Access!2001Video documentaryHimself
Brat 22000Himself (uncredited)
Na plovárne2000TV SeriesHimself
Gretzky: The Great One and the Next Ones1997VideoHimself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ultimate Gretzky2003Video documentaryHimself

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