Jaromir Jagr drops hilarious F-bomb on live television, this proves how much he cares about the Penguins

It was Jaromir Jagr’s big night in Pittsburgh, the night he finally had his No. 68 retired by the Penguins.

Jagr arrived in Pennsylvania on Thursday and has had a busy schedule since. On Sunday, he became the third player in franchise history to have his number retired, and the crowd wouldn’t stop chanting his name as he prepared to hold his acceptance speech.

Jagr, who still plays with Kladno in the Czech Republic, also took part in the Pens’ warmups, while the current players all wore mullets in his honor.

Jagr had his mother and girlfriend in attendance, but the well-deserved celebrations took an interesting turn when he went on national television—and dropped the F-bomb.

After Jagr gave his final salute to the Pittsburgh crowd, he went up to the broadcast booth.

He was with the Penguins television crew reflecting on his life and career while the Penguins were defending.

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In a scrambling moment, where the Kings came close to scoring, Jagr accidentally dropped the F-bomb.

”Of f***!” exclaimed Jagr as the Kings almost scored. The blunder by Jagr led to an awkward second, where the crew started laughing.

”I’m sorry. I’m more nervous than when I played,” Jagr said.

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If there was any doubt, the Pittsburgh Penguins is still the team in Jagr’s heart, and fans absolutely loved that he got caught up in the game so much that he even dropped A F-bomb on live TV. What a legend!

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