In a recent NY Times interview Jaromir Jagr said that, he isn't ready to retire yet and he'd wish to play in the NHL. "I don't want to retire yet. I can always play here," he said. "My plan is just to get healthy first and then see how far I can go." "I would be more happy if I was in the NHL now, but as a second option, this is the place I want to be," Jagr told The Times. "I got an opportunity and for whatever reason I didn't play my best and I got injured." "I'm kind of practicing on my own slowly," Jagr said. "I want to get completely healthy and then see what happens --- Jagr played great for Panthers&Gallant, Gerard knows him, knows what he can do when he is 100% healthy, in my mind Jagr would be great fit for a new organization great fit for their 2nd season, then maybe, when he decides to finally retire, he'd join Gallant's coaching staff. --- He clearly has something left to prove, to himself and to hockey world he can still be effective when he is 100% healthy. Now, its not necessary Golden Knights be the who he should only join with, that's just one option, i bet Penguins fans would want him to wear Penguins jersey for the last time, i just think Gallant&Golden Knights would be the perfect fit, not the only one.