Panthers forward may be trimming his glorious mullet
Say it ain’t so, Jaromir Jagr.
The Florida Panthers forward posted on Instagram on Sunday it is time for him to cut his glorious mullet.
Jagr, who rocked the hairdo for his first nine NHL seasons (1990-99) as a member of the Pittsburgh Penguins, brought it back before his first full season with the Panthers in 2015-16 and has been growing it out since.
Jagr’s hair length may be getting too unruly for him to maintain but he may also want to change some karma for the Panthers. Florida won 47 games and finished first in the Atlantic Division last season but have been eliminated from Stanley Cup Playoff contention in Year 2 of the Jagr-mullet reboot.