On 5 October 2006, before the first game of the 2006–07 NHL season against his former team Washington, Jágr was named as the 24th captain in the history of the New York Rangers, replacing Mark Messier, who had retired before the 2005–06 season.  A day later, Jágr tied Mark Messier for seventh place in NHL history for goals scored with 694. , a reference to teammate Mario Lemieux. On 5 April 2007, against the Montreal Canadiens, Jágr scored his 30th goal of the 2006–07 season to record 15 consecutive seasons of 30 or more goals, tying the NHL record held by Mike Gartner. The Flyers were eliminated by the New Jersey Devils, who would ultimately become the 2012 Eastern Conference champions.  He made his Bruins debut on 4 April, scoring the lone goal in Boston s 1–0 win over the New Jersey Devils,  and with his second Bruins goal, the first scored in a 3–0 shutout over the Florida Panthers on 21 April 2013, Jágr tied the record for the most game-winning goals in an NHL career (118), previously set by past Bruin great Phil Esposito. In the previous election, he appeared on the party s billboards and was among its sponsors. Jágr scored his first goal as a Devil on 7 October 2013, in a 5–4 shootout loss to the Edmonton Oilers.  He began to speak more publicly about his faith during his three-year stint in Russia (a historically Orthodox nation). Jágr was the fifth overall selection in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft and remains the only player still active in the NHL from the 1990 Draft.  Following the expiration of his original contract with Avangard, however, Jágr re-signed with Avangard for the 2010–11 season. In reward for his strong play and leadership abilities, the team announced the re-signing of Jágr to a one-year, $4 million contract on 5 May 2016. The group dresses in the sweater, hockey socks and pant shells of eleven of Jágr s teams (his nine NHL teams, the NHL All-Star Team, and the Czech national team) plus long black wigs in reference to Jágr s traditional look. Sather admitted that the two sides never engaged in detailed negotiations for a new contract, and that after many months of speculation, Jágr was seriously considering going to Russia to finish his career, despite offers from other NHL teams. 3 million contract with the Philadelphia Flyers, the Penguins cross-state rival.  Because of this, after Jágr was taken by the Pittsburgh Penguins with the fifth overall pick in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft, he was able to come immediately to North America from Czechoslovakia. So I’m here. The team s recent failures, however, were mitigated in 1998 when the Czech Republic won the men s gold medal in the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. Jágr led the Czech Republic to gold at the 2005 World Hockey Championships in Austria and was elected a tournament all-star in the process zetterberg dating.  The Flames represent Jágr s ninth NHL team, but his first Canadian team; he said, I want to get the experience so I can one day say I played for a Canadian team.
 On 22 December 2016, he scored his 1,888th career point, surpassing Mark Messier to become second in career points,  and on 15 February 2017, his 45th birthday, he became the second player to register his 1,900th NHL point. For two decades, from 1981 to 2001, only three players won the Art Ross Trophy as the leading point-scorer over the regular season: Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux and Jágr. Jaromír Jágr (Redirected from Jagr) 18 December 2017. In 1990, at age 18, he was the youngest player in the NHL. Following the fire sale of the high-priced, underachieving veterans that made up the team s roster, as well as the retirement of long-time captain Mark Messier, many experts picked the Rangers to be the worst team in the NHL. Most career game-winning goals – 135 Most career overtime goals – 19 Most career points by a right wing – 1902 Most career assists by a right wing – 1142 Most single-season points by a right wing – 149 Most single-season assists by a right wing – 87 Most single-season points by a European-born player – 149 Most single-season assists by a European-born player – 87 Most career goals by a European-born player – 760 Most career assists by a European-born player – 1142 Most career points by a European-born player – 1902 Most career game-tying goals by a European-born player – 11 Most career shots on goal by a European-born player – 5554 Most career playoff game-winning goals by a European-born player – 16 Most consecutive 30-goal seasons (1991–2007) – 15 Most consecutive 70-point seasons (15) Longest gap between Stanley Cup Finals appearances – 21 years (1992–2013) Only player to play in the Stanley Cup Finals as a teenager and at over 40 years of age Oldest player to score 60 points in a season Oldest NHL Player to score a hat-trick (42 years and 322 days old) Pittsburgh Penguins records Pittsburgh Penguins, 1990–91 Stanley Cup champions Most single-season points by a right wing – 149 Most single-season assists by a right wing – 87 Most single-season assists by a European-born player – 87 Most single-season power-play goals by a European-born player – 20 Most single-season game-winning goals – 12 Most single-season shots on goal – 403 Most career points by a right wing – 1079 Most career points by a European-born player – 1079 Most career goals by a right wing – 439 Most career goals by a European-born player – 439 Most career assists by a right wing – 640 Most career assists by a European-born player – 640 Most career playoff game-winning goals – 78 Most career power-play goals by a right wing – 110 Most career power-play goals by a European-born player – 110 Most career shorthanded goals by a European-born player – 9 Most career overtime goals – 9 Most career game-tying goals – 10 Most career shots on goal by a right wing – 2911 Most career shots on goal by a European-born player – 2911 Most career playoff goals by a right wing – 65 Most career playoff goals by a European-born player – 65 Most career playoff points by a right wing – 147 Most career playoff points by a European-born player – 147 Most career playoff shorthanded goals by a right wing – 2 Most career playoff shorthanded goals by a European-born player – 2 Most career playoff game-winning goals – 14 Most career playoff overtime goals – 4 Most career playoff shots on goal – 461 Most career playoff power-play goals by a right wing – 19 Most career playoff power-play goals by a European-born player – 19 New York Rangers records Most single-season goals (2005–06) – 54 Most single-season points (2005–06) – 123 Most single-season power-play goals (2005–06) – 24 Most single-season shots on goal (2005–06) – 368 Most single-season game-winning goals (2005–06) – 9Jaromír Jágr (Redirected from Jagr) 18 December 2017. I would like their outcome to be good. In 806 games with Pittsburgh, Jágr became only the second player, after Lemieux, to score 1,000 points in a Penguins sweater zetterberg dating. They were discussing the past shift when the 19-year-old Cherepanov collapsed onto Jágr on the bench at the Ice Hockey Center 2004 in Chekov. Both his 62 goals and 87 assists from that season still stand as career-highs. Although he broke his finger in an early game against Germany, he played with it bandaged during the rest of the tournament and led his team to victory. Jágr was named Avangard s captain on 30 January 2009. The signing marked Jágr s first time playing for a club in the Western Conference. Despite the trouble, Jágr won his second-career Olympic medal, the bronze. Jágr has been a long-time supporter of the liberal conservative Civic Democratic Party (ODS), stating in 2004 that he had always voted for the party.  In an 9, 4–2 April Panthers victory over the Bruins, Jágr registered two assists to give him 1,800 career points in the NHL and sole possession of fourth place on the all-time points list, surpassing former Penguins teammate Ron Francis. On 8 April, against the Boston Bruins, Jágr scored his NHL-leading 53rd goal of the season, breaking the Rangers single-season goals record. In the series, he suffered a dislocated shoulder in the third period of the first game of the series, which kept him from playing at his top form for the rest of the series. Czech fans expectations were high as Jágr was an NHL star, but before the team was able to integrate him into the team, the Czechs lost their quarterfinal game and were eliminated from tournament.  He noted the tendency of teams to focus on younger players to the exclusion of older ones like himself, which he considers understandable and in light of which he remarked, I was pretty lucky.
Jágr did not play in the 1996, 1999, 2000 nor 2001 World Championships in which the Czech Republic won the gold medals. Pearson Award for the NHL s outstanding player as voted by the NHL Players Association (NHLPA) three times and the Hart Memorial Trophy as the League s most valuable player once, while being a finalist an additional four times. The injury, however, was not as serious as first anticipated, and Jágr was able to play in the following games, though he was unable to finish the bronze medal game due to muscle injury. In 1994, he and Martin Straka arrived in the middle of the 1994World Championships after Pittsburgh s elimination from the Stanley Cup playoffs. In the 2017 picture, he is seen looking at his mobile phone with a puzzled expression on his face. He was injured after a hit from Finland s Jarkko Ruutu, requiring stitches to his eyebrow. In 2002–03, Washington managed to finish sixth overall in the Eastern Conference, but lost to the upstart Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round of the 2003 playoffs despite winning the series first two games. Jágr then proceeded to score a goal on his very first shift in the game, just under 30 seconds into the new season. Jágr with the Flyers in 2011 On 1 July 2011, Jágr returned to the NHL, but rather than signing with his original NHL team in Pittsburgh, he opted to sign a one-year, $3.  He scored his 1,600th NHL point during his debut game with the Flyers, assisting on a Claude Giroux goal as the Flyers won their season opener 2–1 over Boston on 6 October 2011. He scored his first and second goals as a Flyer on 24 October against the Toronto Maple Leafs. On 26 May 2010, Jágr announced he was backing the Civic Democrats and its leader Petr Nečas. Jágr scored his 1,400th point on a power play goal against the Philadelphia Flyers on 2 March 2006, pushing him past Jari Kurri into second place all-time among European-born players.  Jágr expressed a desire to possibly finish out his career at his father s club, HC Kladno.  On 8 April, near the conclusion of the Devils season, he was awarded the New Jersey Devils MVP Award at their annual team awards ceremony.  On January 27, 2017, in a ceremony during the All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, Jágr was part of the second group of players to be named one of the 100 Greatest NHL Players in history. New Jersey Devils (2013–2015) On 22 July 2013, Jágr agreed to a one-year deal with the New Jersey Devils. In April 2009, Jágr publicly stated an interest in returning to the NHL, stating that he really just needed a break from the pressures of an 82-game NHL schedule.  On 4 July, Jágr agreed to a two-year contract with Avangard Omsk of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL); the deal was reported to pay Jágr the equivalent of US$5 million annually. On 27 March 2006, against the Buffalo Sabres, Jágr had a goal and an assist, which tied both the Rangers single-season goal record of 52 (Adam Graves, 1993–94) and the Rangers single season points record of 109 (Jean Ratelle, 1971–72).
In 1998, he led the Czech Republic to a gold medal at the Nagano Olympics. .