Jaromir Jagr injury: Bruins forward leaves Game 6 with unknown injury

Jared Wickerham

Jaromir Jagr left the ice after apparently sustaining an injury in the first period of Game 6.

BOSTON -- Bruins forward Jaromir Jagr, the future Hall of Famer who is 41 years old and doesn't have a contract for next season, has left the ice in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final. He was injured on a play in the corner during the first period of Game 6 and immediately exited the ice.

Jagr bolted to the dressing room, and after a few minutes, Bruins team doctors also left the bench and went back to the dressing room, apparently to attend to No. 68. There's been no official update on Jagr's condition, but as of the end of the first period, he's yet to return to the ice.

Jagr plays a key second line role for the Bruins and they will undoubtedly feel his absence if he's unable to return.

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