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Jaromir Jagr
Jaromir Jagr
Right Wing  - NJD
Number: 68
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 230
Shoots: Left
Born: Feb 15, 1972  (Age 42)
Birthplace: Kladno, Czech Republic
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Drafted: PIT / 1990 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (5th overall)
Entering 21st NHL season with career totals of 705 goals and 1,050 assists for 1,755 points and 1,005 penalty minutes in 1,473 career regular-season appearances over 20 seasons with Pittsburgh, Washington, NY Rangers, Philadelphia, Dallas, Boston and New Jersey...Ranks 20th all-time in games played, seventh in goals, eighth in assists and sixth in points (tie, S. Yzerman)...Among current NHL players, ranks first in games played, goals, assists and points...Needs 16pts to tie M. Dionne for fifth most in NHL history; passed M. Lemieux (1,723) Jan. 11, 2014 vs. Florida and tied S. Yzerman Apr. 13 vs.Boston...Needs 3g to tie M.Gartner (708) for sixth; passed Lemieux (690) Nov. 27, 2013 vs. Carolina, Yzerman (692) Dec. 21 at Washington and M. Messier (694) Jan.14 at Montreal...Also needs 13a to tie Yzerman for seventh all-time; passed J. Sakic (1,016) Nov. 29, 2013 at Carolina, Lemieux (1,033) Jan. 26 vs. NY Rangers, Dionne (1,040) Mar. 4 vs. Detroit and Howe (1,049) Apr. 13 vs. Boston...A member of the Penguins’ 1991/1992 Stanley Cup Championship teams, has 78g and 121a for 199pts and 159 PIM in 202 career playoff contests...2012-13: Split campaign between Dallas (34 games) and Boston (11); combined for 16g-19a-35pts overall...Acquired by Bruins Apr. 2; traded for third time in NHL career...Began year with first of nine multiple-point games/two multi-goal outings; posted 2g-2a-4pts Jan.19vs.Phoenix...Notched 1g-2a-3pts Mar.20 at Colorado, as well as 2g Mar. 7 at Los Angeles...Recorded season-high five- game point-scoring streak Mar. 20-29 (4g-4a-8pts)...Goal Apr. 21 vs. Florida marked his 118th career game-winning goal; tied P.Esposito for second all-time...Reached 1,000-assist mark in NHL career Mar. 29 vs. Minnesota...Extended own NHL record with 17th career overtime tally Feb. 6 at Edmonton...Added 10a in 22 playoff games en-route to first Stanley Cup Finals appearance since 1991-92...Began season by playing in 34 games with HC Kladno (CzechRep.); led team with 24g-33a-57 pts and was named league’s Most Valuable Player...2011-12: Returned to NHL for first time since 2007-08; played in 73 games for Philadelphia...Finished third on Flyers with 35a/54pts...Reached 1,300 NHL career games-played mark Dec. 17 vs. Boston; tallied 1,600th career point with assist in season opener Oct. 6 at Boston...Posted season-high 7-game point-scoring streak Oct. 24-Nov. 5 (6g-5a-11pts)...Recorded 12 multiple- point/four multiple-goal games...Totals included three season-high three-point efforts: 2g-1a Dec. 2 at Anaheim and Oct. 24 vs. Toronto; as well as 3a Mar. 29 at Toronto...Notched 2g Feb. 18 vs. Pittsburgh and Oct. 29 vs. Carolina...Named Czech Player of the Year for tenth time...2010-11: Played in final season with Omsk (KHL); helped squad to Continental Cup with league’s best record...Three-season totals showed 66g, 79a and 145pts in 155 games played...Finished first on club with 32a; was second with 51pts and third with 19g...Played in KHL All-Star Game for third straight year...Nominated to World Championships All-Star Team; named best forward in leading Czech Republic to Bronze Medal...2009-10: Appeared in KHL All-Star Game; finished first on Omsk across the board with 22g/20a (tie)/42pts...Represented Czech Republic at Olympic Winter Games...Won Gold Medal while playing for his home country at World Championships; finished tied for first on team with 3g-4a- 7pts...2008-09: Returned to Europe for first time since 2004-05; finished first on Omsk with 25g/53pts; second with 28a...Played in KHL All-Star Game...Represented Czech Republic at World Championships...2007-08: Appeared in every game for third straight season and fifth time overall...Led NY Rangers with 25g (tie, C. Drury)/71pts during final season with club; was second with 46a (S. Gomez, 54)...Recorded 8-game point-scoring streak Dec. 18-Jan. 2 (4g-10a-14pts); as well as 19 multiple-point/two multi-goal contests...Racked-up season-high 4pts on two occasions: 4a Feb. 19 at Montreal and 1g-3a Dec. 29 at Toronto...Notched 2g Apr. 3 at NY Islanders and Dec. 26 vs. Carolina...Played in his 1,200th career contest Oct. 25 vs. New Jersey...2006-07: One of just two players in NY Rangers’ lineup to appear in all 82 games (B. Betts)...Led club with 30g, 66a and 96pts; second with +26 mark (M. Malik, +32)...Became 16th player in league history to reach 600-goal plateau Nov. 19 vs. Tampa Bay, marking first time in history that teammates (B. Shanahan in season opener) reached mark the same season...Reached/surpassed 900a mark in career Mar. 17 vs. Boston; was 17th NHL player to reach stat...Also reached/surpassed 1,500pts Feb. 10 at Washington; was just 12th player to reach mark, including J. Sakic earlier in season...Matched/surpassed S. Mikita (1,467pts) as the NHL’s all-time scoring leader among European-born players Nov. 25 at Pittsburgh...Reached/surpassed J. Kurri (601g) as the league’s all-time European-born goal scorer Nov. 21 vs. Carolina...Just second player to reach 30-plus goal mark in 15 consecutive seasons, joining M. Gartner...Stats showed two season-high 6-game point-scoring stretches, including Feb. 6-18 (2g-7a-9pts); opened season with points in six straight through Oct. 16 (2g-9a-11pts)...Totaled 26 multiple-point games, including season- high 1g-3a-4pts Oct. 28 at Phoenix; notched four multi-goal contests overall...Named 26th captain in team history just prior to season opener...2005-06: Saw action in all 82 games during first full season with NY Rangers; finished second in voting for the Hart Trophy as league’s MVP (J. Thornton, Bos./SJ)...Named to league’s First All-Star Team...Completed campaign ranked second in NHL with 54g (J. Cheechoo, SJ, 56) and 123pts (Thornton, 125); tied for second (Cheechoo, SJ & B. Gionta, NJ) with career-high 24 power play tallies; and tied for third with 69a (M. Savard, Atl.), 9 GWG (3 others) and career-high +34 mark (A. Meszaros, Ott.)...Established Rangers’ single-season goal (A. Graves, 52, ’93-94) and point (J. Ratelle, 109, ’71-72) records...Named NHL Offensive Player of the Month twice: March (12g-14a-26pts) and December (4g-18a-22pts)...Posted two 12-game point-scoring stretches: Mar. 12-Apr. 4 (9g-14a-23pts) and Oct. 10-Nov. 5 (12g-7a-19pts)...Recorded 37 multiple-point games, including six straight Feb. 2-Mar. 2 (9g-6a-15pts)...Notched four 4pt games, including 1g-3a on three occasions, most recently Mar. 18 vs. Toronto and 4a Mar. 29 at NY Islanders...Totaled 11 multi-goal games, including three hat tricks: Mar. 22 vs. Philadelphia, Nov. 12 at Pittsburgh and Oct. 20 at NY Islanders...Played in his 1,100th career NHL game Mar. 29 at NY Islanders; reached/surpassed 1,400pt mark Mar. 2 at Philadelphia; and posted 800th career assist Dec. 18 vs. Colorado...Winner of NHLPA’s Lester Pearson Award as “the most outstanding player” as voted by his peers...Played for Bronze Medal-winning Czech Republic at Winter Olympic Games in Torino, Italy...Named country’s national player of the year for seventh time...2004-05: Represented home county at World Cup for second time...Finished fourth on HC Kladno (Czech Rep.) with 11g-17a-28pts despite seeing action in just 17 of 52 games; also fourth on Avangard Omsk (Rus.) with 16g-22a-38pts after playing in 32 of 60 matches...Led Czech Republic with 2g-7a-9pts at World Championships en-route to Gold Medal...2003-04: Began season with Washington (46 games); traded mid-season to New York (31) and made Rangers’ debut Jan. 24 at Ottawa... Posted 12-game point-scoring streak Nov. 8-Dec. 2 (6g-14a-20pts) and 22 multiple-point/two multi-goal games...Totals showed six 3pt outings, including two 2g-1a contests, most recently Feb. 26 at NY Islanders; and four 1g-2a matches, most recently Jan. 26 vs. Florida...Posted 1,300th point with assist Mar. 5 vs. Washington; skated in his 1,000th game Jan. 30 vs. Buffalo...Registered 1a while skating for the Eastern Conference at the NHL All-Star Game in Minnesota...Represented Czech Republic at World Championships; tied for country’s lead with 5g-4a- 9pts...2002-03: Finished first on Washington with 36g/77pts; third with 41a...Also first on squad with 13 PPG, 2 shorthanded goals (tie w/3 others), 9 GWG, 2 OTG (tie w/3 others) and 290 shots...Notched 11th career hat trick/reached 500g mark/added 1a Feb. 4 at Tampa Bay...Posted his 1,200th career point/matched career high with 3g-4a-7pts Jan. 11 vs. Florida...Played in his 900th career game Dec. 3 at Pittsburgh; recorded 700th assist Nov. 21 vs. Minnesota...Stats showed 16 multiple-point/five multi- goal games overall...Posted 6-game point-scoring streak Jan. 26-Feb. 7 (5g-6a-11pts)...Missed 6 games Mar. 10-23 with wrist injury...Named a starter at NHL All-Star Game; had 3a...2001-02: Led Washington with 79pts during first season with club; second with 31g (P. Bondra, 39)/48a (A. Oates, 57)/10 PPG (Bondra, 17) and third with 197 shots...Posted a pair of 7-game point-scoring streaks: Mar. 15-26 (6g-6a-12pts) and Dec. 28-Jan. 9 (3g-8a-11pts)...Recorded 24 multiple-point/four multi-goal games, including season-high 2g-2a-4pts Mar. 21 at Toronto...Posted 1,100th career point Nov. 30 vs. Carolina...Made Capitals’ debut Oct. 6 vs. New Jersey...Missed 6 games with groin injury and 7 contests with leg injury...Did not qualify for Stanley Cup Playoffs for first time in NHL career...Selected as a starter for World All-Star Team...Led Czech Republic in scoring at both Olympic Winter Games and World Championships...2000-01: Captured Art Ross Trophy as league’s top scorer for fourth straight season and fifth time overall (121pts); finished tied for first with 69a (Oates, Wsh.) and third with 52g...One of just five five-time winners, joining W. Gretzky (10), M. Lemieux (6), G. Howe (6) and Esposito (5)...Became just third player to win award four or more straight seasons, joining Gretzky (’80-81 to ’86- 87), Esposito (’70-71 to ’73-74) and Howe (’50-51 to ’53-54)...Led Pittsburgh in goals, assists, points and GWG (10); tied for second (J. Hrdina & M. Straka) on team at +19...Named to NHL’s First All-Star Team for fourth straight season and sixth time overall; finished third in voting for the Hart Trophy...Voted as a starter in the NHL All-Star Game for the eighth consecutive season; was the leading vote-getter for the third time in four years...Named NHL Player of the Month for March (15g-16a-31pts) and November (4g-7a-11pts); Player of the Week for period ending Dec. 31 (4g-4a-8pts)...Registered career-high 16- game assist/point-scoring streaks Jan. 9-Feb. 16 (7g-24a-31pts), the league’s longest of the season...Recorded 37 multiple-point/12 multi-goal games, including season-high 3g-2a-5pts Mar. 10 vs. Calgary...Posted five 4pt games, including career-high 4g Oct. 14 vs. NY Rangers; also recorded hat trick Dec. 16 at Montreal...Appeared in his 800th career game Mar. 25 at New Jersey; registered 600th assist Jan. 13 at NY Islanders; reached/surpassed 1,000pt mark Dec. 30 vs. Ottawa; and notched 400th goal Nov. 13 at Colorado...Registered 2g-10a-12pts en-route to Eastern Conference Finals vs. New Jersey...1999-00: Winner of Art Ross Trophy (96pts) and was third with 54a, despite playing in only 63 games...Led Pittsburgh in goals, assists, points, GWG (5, tie w/R. Lang) and with +25 mark...Named to NHL First All-Star Team, captured his second consecutive Pearson Award and participated in NHL All-Star Game...Runner-up for the Hart Trophy (C. Pronger, StL.)...Named NHL Player of the Month for November (12g-11a-23pts) and was selected the NHL Player of the Week for period ending Nov. 14 (3g-6a-9pts)...Began season with career-high 15-game point-scoring streak (since surpassed) through Nov. 13 (14g-19a-33pts); had goals in a league-high (tie) seven consecutive games Oct. 7-28 (8g)...Established new career high with 3g-4a-7pts Dec. 30 vs. NY Islanders (since tied)...Multiple-point games included 2g-3a-5pts Dec. 15 at Carolina and three 4pt games...Posted first hat trick in three years and added an assist Nov. 26 vs. Ottawa while reaching 900pt mark...Established NHL record with points on 15 straight goals Oct. 16-Nov. 4 (7g-8a-15pts)...Missed 19 games due to injury: thigh (13), stomach (4) and upper back (2)...1998-99: Captured Hart Trophy, Pearson Award and Art Ross Trophy...Named to NHL First All-Star Team; appeared in mid-season All-Star Game for fifth time...Ranked first in NHL with 83a; tied for second (T. Amonte, Chi. & A. Yashin, Ott.) with 44g...Led club across the board in goals, assists and points (127), and with 7 GWG, 3 OT goals and 343 shots...Matched career high (since surpassed) with 13-game point-scoring streak Dec. 26-Jan. 21 (8g- 17a-25pts)...Totaled 37 multiple-point/eight multi-goal contests, including 1g-4a-5pts Feb. 2 vs. Buffalo...Recorded 500th career assist Apr. 3 vs. New Jersey; reached/surpassed 800pt mark Jan. 31 at Montreal... Appeared in his 600th game Nov. 25 at Washington...1997-98: Won Art Ross Trophy with 102pts; was only player to reach 100pt mark and was tied for first (W. Gretzky, NYR) with 67a...Led club with 35g, 8 GWG, +17 and 262 shots and was tied for third (R. Francis) with 7 PPG...Selected to NHL First All-Star Team and played for World Team at NHL All-Star Game, scoring 1g...Runner-up for Hart Trophy (D. Hasek, Buf.)...Named NHL Player of the Month for March (5g-15a-20pts)...Posted 8-game point- scoring streak Dec. 6-26 (7g-8a-15pts)...Thirty-two multiple-point/five multi-goal games included three season-high 4pt games: 2g-2a Feb. 25 at Montreal, and 1g-3a Mar. 7 vs. Philadelphia and Dec. 29 vs. NY Islanders...Tallied 300th career goal Apr. 15 vs. Tampa Bay; registered 700th point with goal Feb. 6 at Buffalo; and reached/surpassed 400a Jan. 12 at Carolina...Missed 5 games due to groin injury...Represented Czech Republic/captured Gold Medal at Olympic Winter Games while leading country with 1g-4a-5pts (tie)...1996-97: Named to NHL Second All-Star Team...Tied for sixth in NHL with 47g (Shanahan, Hfd. & Det.); sixth with 95pts...Second on squad in goals and points (Lemieux, 50g/122pts); finished third with 48a, 11 PPG and 2 SHG...Posted career-high 13-game point-scoring streak (since surpassed) Nov. 16-Dec. 13 (15g-9a-24pts)...Named NHL Player of the Month for November (16g-7a-23pts)...Recorded career-high 9-game goal-scoring streak Nov. 21-Dec. 10 (14g); stretch was league’s longest of season...Totaled 26 multiple-point/ten multi-goal games, including season-high 2g-3a-5pts Dec. 23 at Toronto...Recorded 600th career NHL point with assist Jan. 4 vs. Tampa Bay...Selected to participate in NHL All-Star Game, but did not play due to injury...Missed 18 games with groin injury...Represented Czech Republic at inaugural World Cup of Hockey tourney...1995-96: Appeared in 82 games for first time in NHL career, establishing career-highs with 62g, 87a and 149pts...Goal/point-totals were ranked second in NHL (Lemieux, 69g/161pts); assists were third...Set an NHL single-season record for assists/points by a right wing (M. Bossy, 83a/147pts, ‘81- 82)...Also established a new single-season mark for most points by a European-born player (P. Stastny, 139pts, ‘81-82)...One of only six players (Gretzky, Lemieux, Esposito, Yzerman & B. Nicholls) to record at least 149pts in a season...Led league with career-high 12 GWG and 403 shots on goal...Finished second on club (P. Nedved, +37)/tied for seventh in league (w/3 others) with career-high +31 mark (since surpassed)... Named to NHL First All-Star Team for second time and appeared in his third NHL All- Star Game...Recorded 45 multiple-point/15 2g games overall...Stats included his 300th career assist Mar. 5 vs. Winnipeg; 500th point Feb. 24 at Montreal; 200th goal Feb. 7 at New Jersey; and 400th game Jan. 8 vs. Vancouver...Appeared in 18 playoff games; totaled 11g-12a-23pts, including 11- game point streak Apr. 17-May 11 (10g-8a-18pts)...Notched first career playoff hat trick in game five of ECQF vs. NY Rangers...1994-95: Captured his first Art Ross Trophy; tied E. Lindros with 70pts and was second with 32g (P. Bondra, Wsh., 34)...Became first European-born player ever to win the award and first non-center since 1977 (G. Lafleur)...Named to NHL First All-Star Team; finished as runner-up (E. Lindros, Phi.) in voting for Hart Trophy...Tied for second (O. Nolan, SJ, 8) in NHL with 7 GWG and tied for third (w/7 others) with 3 SHG...Led club with 8 PPG and 192 shots; second with 38a and +23 mark...Appeared in 12 playoff games en-route to ECSF vs. New Jersey...Began campaign with HC Kladno (Czech Rep.)...1993-94: Ranked first on team and was tied for ninth (D. Andreychuk, Tor.) in NHL with career-high 99pts (since surpassed); tied for seventh (M. Recchi, Phi.) in league with 67a...First on team with 298 shots; second with 9 PPG, tied for second with 6 GWG and tied third with 32g...Completed campaign on career-high (since surpassed) 9-game point-scoring streak (3g-11a- 14pts)...Posted 29 multiple-point/four 2g games, including career-high 5a/6pts (since surpassed) Nov. 16 vs. Philadelphia...Voted to start NHL All-Star Game; did not play after suffering groin injury during skills competition and missed 4 games as a result...1992-93: Finished campaign ranked fifth on Penguins with 34g-60a-94pts; was second on squad with 9 GWG (Lemieux, 10) and third with 242 shots...Appeared in his second NHL All-Star Game...Matched career high (since surpassed) with 7- game point-scoring stretch Dec. 12-27 (6g-4a-10pts)...Recorded 32 multiple-point/three multi-goal games; matched career high with 1g-3a-4pts Oct. 22 vs. Detroit (since surpassed)...Notched first career SHG Nov. 21 vs. New Jersey...Suffered separated shoulder Feb. 23 vs. New Jersey and missed 3 games...1991-92: Completed campaign fifth on Penguins with 32g, tied for sixth (Recchi) with 37a and sixth with 69pts...Recorded 22 multiple-point/six multiple goal games, including career-high 1g-3a- 4pts Nov. 29 at Philadelphia (since tied/surpassed)...Posted 100th career point Dec. 29 at NY Rangers; appeared in 100th game Nov. 18 at Quebec...Received 10-game suspension from NHL for physical abuse of an official Jan. 26 at Washington...A member of Pittsburgh’s Stanley Cup Championship team; had 9-game point streak May 7-26 (7g-8a-15pts)...Scored OT goal in game 1 of WCF vs. Boston...Also scored goal on penalty shot attempt in game 5 of PDF vs. NY Rangers’ J. Vanbiesbrouck... Represented Czech Republic at Canada Cup...1990-91: Named to NHL All-Rookie Team; one of just two first-year players (M.Sundin,Que.) to see action in all 80 games...Finished third among league’s rookies with 27g; third with 30a/57pts... A member of Pittsburgh’s Stanley Cup Championship team; finished first among first-year players with 3g-10a-13pts...Established Stanley Cup Finals rookie record with 5a...OTHER: First Czech-born player to attend the NHL Entry Draft without defecting...Played four seasons in Czech Junior League prior to playing for Poldi Kladno in Czech Div. 1.

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  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 PIT 32 22 6 4 102 72 48
2 NYI 33 23 10 0 104 91 46
3 MTL 34 21 11 2 92 83 44
4 TBL 35 20 11 4 113 93 44
5 DET 34 17 8 9 94 84 43
6 TOR 34 19 12 3 114 102 41
7 NYR 31 17 10 4 93 81 38
8 WSH 32 16 10 6 95 85 38
9 BOS 34 17 14 3 86 88 37
10 FLA 31 14 9 8 69 79 36
11 OTT 33 14 13 6 89 92 34
12 PHI 33 13 14 6 92 99 32
13 CBJ 32 14 15 3 79 102 31
14 NJD 35 12 17 6 77 102 30
15 BUF 34 13 18 3 66 109 29
16 CAR 33 9 20 4 68 92 22

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
A. Henrique 28 9 11 0 20
J. Jagr 34 5 15 -11 20
M. Zidlicky 35 4 13 -5 17
M. Cammalleri 23 11 4 0 15
M. Ryder 33 4 10 -1 14
P. Elias 29 4 9 -16 13
D. Severson 32 4 8 -4 12
E. Gelinas 28 4 6 2 10
A. Greene 35 0 9 -3 9
T. Zajac 27 4 4 -6 8
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
K. Kinkaid 1 1 2 .939 1.75
C. Schneider 11 16 3 .915 2.57