They haven’t seen each other on NHL ice since last May 8, when the Devils closed them out in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals at Wells Fargo Center.

Some of them still can’t believe he’s not a Flyer.

From orange ‘n black to Dallas Stars green to Bruins black ‘n gold.

It’s been an odd journey for Jaromir Jagr, a player who packed quite a punch in just one year of active duty as a Flyer.

Here today, gone tomorrow, now back again as the Boston Bruins make their final visit to Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday night.

“I’m not too sure why it happened and he went to Dallas,” Flyers captain Claude Giroux said. “He liked it here and the guys liked him, but I didn’t know if he would come back.”

Last winter, Jagr, who seemed such a good “fit” here swore that personal happiness was more important than money in re-signing.

Yet when push came to shove, money won out as Dallas offered him $4.5 million on a one-year deal, which was about $1.5 million more than the Flyers were willing to pay.

The Flyers learned an expensive lesson this season. That was money well worth investing, because what Jagr brought to this team was never replaced at any point since last July.