After the booing, the jeering, the questionable language on placards, Jaromir Jagr finally silenced the Consol Energy Crowd with one of his vintage goals that harkened right back the mid-1990s.



Split the defense, backhand the puck with a hard shot past the goalie, then give the salute. This time, to an elderly woman on the end glass.



"She didn't like it much," Jagr said. "I'm like, '[bleep] off.' I almost fell in the corner it's so small and I have to do my salute. Obviously, she was there. She didn't salute me back, I know that for sure."