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Topic - Jaromir Jagr
Now that Jaromir Jagr has 700 NHL goals in the bank, the future Hockey Hall of Famer is already setting his sights on his next big milestone.
Teemu Selanne became the oldest hockey player to score in Olympic history, helping Finland rout Norway 6-1.
Erik Karlsson's impressive Olympic debut demonstrated why Sweden has more than enough talent to win it all.
Washington teammates Marty Erat and Nicklas Backstrom face off in the Olympics when the Czechs take on the Swedes in Sochi. Preview it here.
Teemu Selanne can only chuckle when he realizes his two linemates had yet to be born the first time he played hockey at the Olympics.
Talk about Olympic hockey and many people mention the Canadians, the Russians, Swedes and Americans, the pre-tournament favorites, or even discuss players like Sidney Crosby, Alex Ovechkin, Henrik Lundqvist and Patrick Kane.
Alex Ovechkin has 15 overtime game-winning goals in his career now, tied for third all time. Only New Jersey Devils veterans Jaromir Jagr (18) and Patrik Elias (16) have more. Those men are a decade older than Ovechkin, who is still just 28.
The snow was falling steadily outside, the crowd inside the Prudential Center was small and the offensively challenged New Jersey Devils were hosting the high-flying St. Louis Blues.
The Phoenix Coyotes gave Dave Tippett his 450th career victory with just the kind of game the coach loves: gritty defensive play, strong goaltending and a bit of resiliency.
New Jersey Devils veterans Jaromir Jagr and Martin Brodeur just keep summoning good hockey out of their 41-year-old bodies.
Ilya Kovalchuk took his talents - a rare blend of skill, speed and strength - home to Russia last summer.
Ilya Kovalchuk took his talents — a rare blend of skill, speed and strength — home to Russia last summer. It doesn't sound as if Kovalchuk has any regrets about his abrupt retirement from the NHL.
Adam Oates has either played with or coached four of the old straws that stir the New Jersey Devils.
Instant analysis of the Capitals' 5-4 overtime loss to the New Jersey Devils Saturday night at VerizonCenter.
Jagr has 681 goals and 1,007 assists in 1,391 career regular-season games with Pittsburgh, Washington, the New York Rangers, Philadelphia, Dallas and Boston.
With tongue firmly in cheek, Jagr said he could get to the first number in two years and Gretzky's mark in four.
"Maybe not for Wayne Gretzky, but for the rest of us it's a very big number - 800 is a little bit better than 700," he said.