Bobbleheads of Penguins hockey legend stolen ahead of tribute

The Pittsburgh Penguins‘ latest honoring of hockey legend Jaromir Jagr had to be postponed Thursday after the organization announced a large shipment of Jagr bobbleheads was stolen after arriving in California.

The bobbleheads were set to be distributed to fans at Thursday’s game against the San Jose Sharks in Pittsburgh but will now be distributed at a later date, according to a statement from the Penguins.

“The Penguins learned that they were victims of cargo theft after failing to receive the shipment as scheduled,” the statement read. “The team worked with the manufacturer and transportation companies to alert the appropriate state and federal authorities who are currently working to locate the cargo.”

The Penguins announced today that the shipment carrying the Jagr bobbleheads for tonight’s game has been stolen en route to Pittsburgh.

As a result, the bobbleheads will
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