The Dallas Stars have decided to trade Jaromir Jagr to the Boston Bruins for two prospects and a draft pick.

TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun of ESPN.com reported earlier Tuesday that the Stars - who are 12th in the Western Conference - would look to move the veteran forward before Wednesday's deadline.

Jagr leads the Stars with 14 goals and 26 points this season, while playing 34 of the Stars' 35 games.

The league's all-time leading European scorer, Jagr returned to the league last season with the Philadelphia Flyers before signing a one-year, $4.5 million deal with the Stars for this season.

He has played in 18 NHL seasons in his career. The 1998-99 Hart Trophy winner has two five Art Ross Trophies, and three Lester B. Pearson Awards. Jagr is also a seven-time First Team All-Star.

Jagr has only missed the playoffs in two of his 18 seasons prior to this season.

In 1,380 career NHL games, Jagr has scored 679 goals, 1000 assists. He was originally drafted fifth overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins in 1990. He has since suited up for the Stars, Flyers, New York Rangers and Washington Capitals.

The winner of two Stanley Cups - both with the Penguins - Jagr has appeared in 180 career playoff games, scoring 78 goals and adding 111 assists.