Black glasses as in sun glasses? If so, then he may have meant a lot of sun in which case it could be warm climate team like Los Angeles, Florida, Tampa Bay, Phoenix, San Jose, Anaheim, and heck back to Dallas? It is cryptic, but can be deciphered.
I used to be the biggest Jagr hater until I read an article about him this past spring relating to the possibility of him overtraining/working out too hard. Afer games he can regularly be seen skating with a 40 pound vest well after midnight.
I'm not sure if he overtrains or not, but I'm sure I love the commitment to be his best, and anyone with that kind of work ethic would be welcome on my Canucks.
There are a lot of older guys that hang on too long.
While he's not prime Jagr anymore, he still can play the game, and puts up numbers better than a lot of top 6 forwards, no?
They had a native speaker re-listen to his message:
It sounds more like he WILL NOT be coming back to the NHL.
Wait and see...
UPDATE -- Reader John Parsons Czechs, er, checks in: "My business partner (From the Czech) just emailed me the cliff notes version and it said the following: 'He said that he does not think he will play next year in the NHL, and tomorrow he will post an update and explain his decision.'"
Perhaps he's planning to play in the Arctic Circle Hockey League, and the black he is referring to is the polar nights. Most likely, he will be playing for the North Pole Elves, due to the recommendations of former-teammate and full-blood elf, Danny Briere.
Well that video message is quite difficult to comprehend. He's pointing to his sunglasses and saying "as for my future in the NHL, I'm seeing it in black colours", actually I don't know the right English idiom here, in Czech vidět to černě means being pessimistic about something.