Jaromir Jagr is ready to get back on the ice.
The veteran winger is expected to make his anticipated debut with the Flames on Wednesday when Calgary visits the Kings, Sportsnet reports.
Jagr, 45, signed a one-year deal with the Flames earlier this month that is reportedly worth $1 million and includes $1 million in potential bonuses. After missing the team's first three games of the regular season, he will suit up and begin his 23rd season with his ninth NHL franchise.
Jagr most recently spent last season with the Panthers, playing in all 82 games and logging 16 goals with 30 assists. The future Hall of Famer also passed Mark Messier for second on the all-time career points list in December. His 1,914 points are second only to Wayne Gretzky's "unbreakable" NHL record (2,857 points), though he needs just 57 games to become the all-time leader for NHL games played.