Calgary Flames forward Jaromir Jagr played just four shifts on Saturday night before exiting their game against the Minnesota Wild in the first period.
The Flames later announced that Jagr would not return with what the team is calling a lower body injury.
They had no other update.
After going through the entire summer unsigned as a free agent, Jagr finally landed a one-year deal with the Flames just before the start of the season. So far he has appeared in five games for the team recording a pair of assists.
He recorded 46 points (16 goals, 30 assists) while playing in all 82 games for the Florida Panthers a year ago.
Even though he appeared in every game a year ago he still showed some signs of finally starting to slow down, and you have to assume that there is going to be some sort of an injury concern for a player that is turning 46 years old in February.