Updated: October 23, 2003, 12:17 PM ETBy By Jim Wilkie | NHL Insider
Washington Capitals: Jaromir Jagr told The Washington Times that he'll play in the Russian Super League if there is a lockout or strike next season in the NHL, confirming a previous report in a Moscow paper. The Czech superstar might consider playing in the Czech Republic but his hometown team in Kladno has less appeal because it is in last place. Minnesota Wild: Marian Gaborik's agent wouldn't offer much detail about the latest negotiations on a deal with the Minnesota Wild, but David Schatia told the St. Paul Pioneer Press there might be something to report "within the next 48 hours."
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