When it comes to Jaromir Jagr, you never know what sort of bizarre antics you're going to get.
We're reminded of that once again on Tuesday.
The 41-year-old forward remains unsigned and is one of the few free agents still on the open market who could make an impact this upcoming season.
We just don't know which team is going to give him that opportunity. Or if any team will be able to secure his services for at least one more year.
Jagr posted a rather strange video on his Facebook page on Tuesday and offered what appeared to be some sort of an update on his future. He's speaking in Czech, so you're probably not going to understand a word that he's saying, but it's more about the appearance.
Just look at him.
Czech media outlet Sport.cz (via Puck Daddy), was able to get to the bottom of it and, via a rough translation, Jagr said he will have further updates on his future on Wednesday, before adding "As for my next job here in the NHL, I have to say that I see a lot of black."
Black as in ... nothing?
Los Angeles Kings black? Pittsburgh Penguins black? Another team that has some sort of variation of black (Anaheim, Phoenix, Chicago, etc.) in their uniform?
Apparently, we'll find out on Wednesday.
Jagr spent the 2012-13 season playing for the Dallas Stars and Boston Bruins. He didn't score a goal for the Bruins during their run to the Stanley Cup Final but was consistently creating chances and seemed to be one of their better forwards even without scoring.