I still feel a bit like a jilted bride from the whole fiasco a couple years ago, but more importantly, I don't think Jagr fits what the Pens need. As has been said in numerous threads, the Pens need someone like Kunitz, who will forecheck aggressively, win puck battles, be defensively responsible, and score dirty goals in front of the net. It would be nice if this Kunitz 2.0 also had some veteran leadership magic to make sure cooler heads prevail when the intensity gets ratcheted up.
Jagr might match the veteran leadership part, but certainly not the first part of the description. I thought he was a defensive liability for the Flyers last year in the playoffs, and his offensive contribution didn't outweigh that. Maybe if he could be had for a mid-round pick and/or mid-level prospect...but I wouldn't pay anymore than that.