Philadelphia forward Jaromir Jagr
left Wednesday's game against the New York Islanders
with what general manager Paul Holmgren
said was a lower-body injury.
Jagr played 10 shifts and 7:52 before leaving. Holmgren said his return is doubtful.
The 39-year-old forward returned to the lineup on Wednesday after leaving Philadelphia's game against Phoenix on Nov. 17 in the first period with a groin strain that kept him out of the Flyers' last two games.
Jagr entered Wednesday with six goals and 17 points in 18 games during his return to the NHL. He signed with the Flyers during the summer after spending three seasons in Russia's Kontinental Hockey League.