Jagr will begin rehabilitation this week, the Rangers said.
The 34-year-old was second in the NHL with 54 goals and 123
points this season. He tied for second with 24 power-play goals and
was third with 69 assists.
After missing Game 2, Jagr was a non-factor in Game 3
before he was knocked out of the series for good early in Game
4 after taking another hit to the shoulder.
With Jagr rendered ineffective, the Rangers, who were back in
the playoffs for the first time since 1997, were swept by the Devils.
The Associated Press and SportsTicker contributed to this report.