Jaromir Jagr turned 49 earlier this year and by the time the hockey season concludes he’ll be 50, but that didn’t stop him from returning for a 34th professional season.

Jagr’s team Rytíři Kladno came up short on Friday night, but the two-time Stanley Cup champion picked up his first goal of the campaign in his team’s loss.


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The 5-time Art Ross Trophy winner only scored two goals in 19 games last season, but he finished with 15 goals in 38 games in 2019-20, so he’s clearly still got something left in the tank as he approaches 50.


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Jagr might never hang up his skate at this rate.