Byline: Dejan Kovacevic
June 22--If Jaromir Jagr gets his wish and returns to the Penguins, it could represent one of the more remarkable comeback stories in Pittsburgh sports history: A first-ballot Hall of Famer gives the NHL one last try with his original team, fits right in with a revitalized Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, then raises the Stanley Cup just as he did here as a teenager.
Am I dreaming?
Well, yeah, of course.
For one, even though Jagr's agent, Petr Svoboda, has made known his client's approach to the Penguins -- as reported by the Tribune-Review's Rob Rossi for Tuesday's editions -- the Detroit Red Wings and a mystery team are in the mix, too.
For another, it takes two to strike a deal. Tuesday night in …