It's incredible to see what 43-year-old Jaromir Jagr has done in his career. While he might not want to be a part of the All-Star game this year, Jagr is an essential part of the Panthers offense and his 23 points are tied for tops on the team. Jagr now is making some history this year with his recent goal, No. 732 in his career that gives him sole possession of the fourth all-time spot on the NHL's scoring leaderboard.
It's an easy one for Jagr, who set up camp in front of Canucks goaltender Ryan Miller as seconds were winding down in the first period. Jagr batted the puck in with no Vancouver sweaters in sight, an obvious misplay by the Canucks defense to let the star in front all by himself.
Jagr will probably not be done making history this season, as he is nine tallies behind Brett Hull's record for third all-time.