Jaromir Jagr’s mullet is making a glorious comeback

By Jared Clinton

Jaromir Jagr has been back in the NHL since 2011, but his mullet has been missing since the late-1990s. Fear not, though, because Jagr's mullet is making a comeback in 2015-16. Get ready for the greatest hockey hair of all-time to hit the ice once again this season. More

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