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Jaromir Jagr, the Man, the Mullet, the Legend has gone unsigned since the beginning of Free Agency while Kirill Kaprizov makes the news in Russia.

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Even though the Minnesota Wild’s Prospect Development Camp is this week, the major Wild news over the weekend involved the orginization’s most exciting prospect, Kirill Kaprizov.

In other news, future Hall of Fame player Jaromir Jagr has yet to be signed after becoming a free agent on July 1st. This really should be remedied. Jagr may be 45 but the man behind the mullet can still play.

In hopes that GM Chuck Fletcher will find a way to bring the mullet to the State of Hockey, here are two “Moves Like Jagr” parodies.

Wild News

Russian team official on Wild's Kaprizov: 'He will stay in Russia for next 3 years' | Star Tribune

Before you despair about the Wild’s future outlook, Kaprizov said in an interview that he still has time to consider the deal, so we may yet see him next year.

Wild prospect Luke Kunin set on making NHL roster | Pioneer Press

Luke Kunin quickly made good impressions at the start of the Wild’s Development Camp.

Five prospects to watch at Wild’s development camp | Pioneer Press

The Wild’s prospect camp is this week, and Dane Mizutani lists off some interesting prospects to keep your eye on.

Which teams have gotten better and worse this offseason? | The Hockey News

There’s a reason this is under Wild news.

Off the Trail

Off the Crossbar: Jagr Seeks Multi-Decade Contract | The Hockey Writers

Despite his current lack of a contract, Jaromir Jagr could be the first player to ever earn a multi-decade long contract.

Watch: Ovechkin dances shirtless to 'Rasputin' at his wedding reception | The Score

It turns out the Russian Machine is a Dancing Machine!

Top NHL prospect Rasmus Dahlin shows off his shootout moves | Sportsnet

This ‘kid’ is #Good.

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How Alex Radulov, Martin Hanzal Signings Reshape the Dallas Offense | Defending Big D

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