No longer are Philadelphia Flyers fans whistling at him mockingly like they did when his mullet flapped in the chilled wind on his visits with the Penguins, Washington and the New York Rangers.

No longer is he Public Enemy No. 1, like he was for parts of two decades.

After scoring a total of four goals in three preseason games, the one-time villain -- right winger Jaromir Jagr, the Flyers' new elder statesman -- has become accepted. With open arms.