Jagr's status unknown for Game 2 vs. Devils
GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Jaromir Jagr got only as far as the trainer's room Sunday after leaving the ice with his left arm limp a day earlier in the New York Rangers' playoff opener.
His teammates practiced without him and there was no immediate indication that the All-Star who scored 123 points this season would be available to face the New Jersey Devils in Game 2 on Monday night.
"He's uncomfortable, but it doesn't appear to be too bad," coach Tom Renney said Sunday.
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