The Mystery of 18,000 Missing Jaromir Jagr Pittsburgh Penguins Bobbleheads

NHL Hockey

Ok team! We’re calling on you to help us crack the mystery of the missing Jaromir Jagr bobblehead dolls.

Be on the lookout for 17,999 bobbleheads of the NHL legend that were stolen from the back of a truck on March 14 prior to the Pittsburgh Penguins contest against the San Jose Sharks.

Have you seen 18,000 missing Jaromir Jagr bobbleheads?

The bobbleheads were part of promotion to retired Jagr’s No. 68 jersey in the rafters of PPG Paints Arena (not to be confused with our partners Pop Price Guide (PPG)).

Jilted fans received a voucher in which to receive their Jagr bobbleheads when they become available again.

We’ve added it to hobbyDB here. Be careful, however. Clicking and adding it too quickly to your hobbyDB collection, could raise suspicion. Especially if you suddenly add 17,999 of them to your collection.

One question, what are the thieves going to do with them?

Will they sell them out of the back of a truck on the black market for bobbleheads? Will they use them throughout their house to decorate? Will they gift them to family members for Christmas for the next 100 years?

Fortunately, there are a lot of Jaromir Jagr collectibles. That’s what happens when you play 24 seasons for the New Jersey Devils, New York Rangers, Washington Capitals, Florida Panthers, Philadelphia Flyers, Boston Bruins, Dallas Stars, Calgary Flames, and, of course, the Penguins. Click those links to see collectibles from each of those respective NHL teams.

Where should we start looking first for the missing Jaromir Jagr bobbleheads??

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