The Penguins have announced that the stolen Jagr bobbleheads have been found and sent back to Pittsburgh

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Jaromir Jagr (Credits: FOX Sports)

The issue of the missing Jaromir Jagr bobbleheads has been resolved. The Pittsburgh Penguins announced on Monday that they have recovered the shipment of bobbleheads celebrating the NHL’s second-highest career scorer. They will start giving them out during their home game against Tampa Bay on April 6.

Originally, the team had planned to distribute the bobbleheads as part of a promotion on March 14. However, the shipment containing the bobbleheads was reported stolen, leading to the postponement of the giveaway.

Recently, the Penguins were informed that a specialized cargo recovery team had successfully negotiated the return of the bobbleheads to a secure warehouse in Ontario, California.

Jaromir Jagr (Credits: AP News)

The bobbleheads arrived in Pittsburgh on Monday and will be brought to PPG Paints Arena later this week.

Fans who were supposed to receive the bobbleheads during the March 14 game were given vouchers. Those attending the April 6 game will be able to get their bobbleheads on that day. Additionally, the team will offer a drive-through pickup option at the arena on April 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Last month, the team retired Jagr’s No. 68 during a pregame ceremony. Despite being 52 years old, Jagr continues to play as an active member of the team he owns in his home country of the Czech Republic.

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