Report: 'All signs' point to Jagr signing with Flames; rejected Blues' offer

Steve Mitchell / USA Today Sports

Jaromir Jagr reportedly won't be joining the St. Louis Blues, but could be heading to Calgary.

St. Louis general manager Doug Armstrong told TSN's Pierre LeBrun that the Blues made an offer to the unrestricted free agent over the weekend, but was told Jagr is going in a different direction.

LeBrun added that "all signs point" to Jagr signing with the Calgary Flames, but that nothing is official. If and when he does agree to a contract with the Flames, it's expected Jagr will sign for $1 million with another $1 million in attainable bonuses.

Jagr, 45, scored 16 goals and added 30 assists in 82 games with the Florida Panthers last season.