Dallas Stars
New Jersey Devils
Jaromir Jagr
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
BIRTHDATE: 02/15/1972
AGE: 42
DRAFTED: PIT: 1990-5 overall
Art Ross Trophy (5)
Hart Memorial Trophy (1)
Ted Lindsay Award (3)

Most Goals, Game: 4, vs. NYR on Oct. 14,2000 (4-0-4)br /> Most Assists, Game: 5, vs. PHI on Nov. 16, 1993 (1-5-6)br /> Most Points, Game: 7 (2x), last vs. FLA on Jan. 11, 2003 (3-4-7)
Most PIM, Game: 17, vs. NYI on March 28, 1995
Most Shots, Game: 12 (2x), last vs. PHI on April 4, 2006
Goal Scoring Streak: 9 games, Nov. 21-Dec.10,1996 (14-4-18)
Assist Scoring Streak: 16 games, Jan. 9-Feb. 16, 2001 (7-24-31)
Point Scoring Streak: 16 games, Jan. 9-Feb. 16, 2001 (7-24-31)
First NHL Game: at WSH on Oct. 5, 1990
First NHL Goal: vs. NJD on Oct. 7, 1990
First NHL Point: vs. NJD on Oct. 7, 1990

Shootout: 5/23 (22%), 2 GDG
Penalty Shots: 0/2, last at FLA (M. Fitzpatrick) on Nov. 9, 1996 (NG)br />

1990: Pittsburgh’s first-round selection (5th overall) in 1990
July 11, 2001: Acquired by Washington via trade from Pittsburgh in exchange for Kris Beech, Michal Sivek, Ross Lapaschuck and future considerations

Jan. 23, 2004: Acquired by New York Rangers via trade from Washington in exchange for Anson Carter
Sept. 17, 2004: Signed as a free agent by Kladno (CZE)
Nov. 7, 2004: Signed as a free agent by Omsk (Russia)
July 1, 2011: Signed as a free agent by Philadelphia
July 3, 2012: Signed as a free agent by Dallas

Jaromir Jagr is one of the most prolific scorers in NHL history, placing first all-time in overtime goals (16), second in game-winning goals (114), eighth in points (1,653), 11th in goals (665) and 12th in assists (988). Among active NHL players, Jagr is first in points, goals, assists, plus/minus (+280) and game-winning goals (114), and second in games played (1346) and power play goals (189). In his 18-year NHL career with Pittsburgh, Washington, New York Rangers and Philadelphia, Jagr has never earned a sub-50 point campaign and has the most 50-plus-point seasons in that time span. Jagr recorded 15 consecutive 70-or-more point NHL seasons from 1992-2008, an NHL record. A two-time Stanley Cup champion with Pittsburgh (1991 and 1992), Jagr ranks first among active players in Stanley Cup Playoff goals (78), assists (111), points (189), power play goals (24) and game-winning goals (16).