At this rate, Jaromir Jagr will still be scoring goals at age 50.
The 47-year-old hockey legend, a year removed from his last NHL appearance with the Calgary Flames, is currently playing in the Czech Republic for HC Kladno.
And on Friday, he casually scored four goals in a game that earned his club a promotion to the Czech Extraliga, the top hockey league in the country.
47-year old Jaromir Jagr scored 4 goals in Kladno's promotion clinching game today..... 👀 pic.twitter.com/8rbhRztSUx
— Robert Söderlind (@HockeyWebCast) April 19, 2019
Sure, this is not the NHL, but the variety of ways in which Jagr scored shows he still very much has the skillset of an elite hockey player — a wrist shot up high, a quick one-timer, a redirection in front of the net and an undressing of a defender before burying a goal as time expired in the period.
Jagr scored all four goals for Kladno in a 4-2 win on Friday to propel his hometown team back into the top-tier Czech league after being relegated in 2014.
Look at the smile, and the gray beard!
Extraligový, extraligový, Kladno je zas extraligový! 🤩🤩🤩 #Kladynko to dokázalo a díky famóznímu 👑 Jaromíru Jágrovi staví postup do @telhcz. #CEBvKLA
📝 REPORT 👉 https://t.co/OkAOJZdfCU pic.twitter.com/Vfse8d07gX
— Rytíři Kladno (@RytiriKladno) April 19, 2019
This comes a week after he pulled this end-to-end move:
Vintage Jaromir Jagr today...... 👀 pic.twitter.com/agNWVZdRuw
— Robert Söderlind (@HockeyWebCast) April 12, 2019
For those of a younger generation, Jagr played his first NHL game at age 18 in 1990 and won the Art Ross Trophy as top scorer in the league five times. In essence, he was burying pucks into the net before most of his teammates were even born.
Jagr last played in the NHL for the Flames in the 2017-18 season, recording a goal and six assists in 22 games. But the previous year, at age 44, he played all 82 games for the Florida Panthers and had 16 goals and 30 assists.
As we’ve seen over the last week, the man still has something left in the tank — which we’re pretty sure, at this point, will never go empty.
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