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PLAYER PROFILE:
68 Jaromir Jagr
New York Rangers
Drafted in the 1990 NHL Draft, 1st Round, 5th Overall.
Jaromir Jagr Position: Right Wing
Height: 6'-2"
Weight: 234lbs.
Birthdate: February 15, 1972
Birthplace: Kladno, Czechoslovakia
Shoots: Left
Last Amateur Club: Kladno, CZE

SEASON RECORDS

REGULAR SEASON
Year Team

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

+/-

PP

SH

GW

GT

S

Pct
1990-91 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 80 27 30 57 42 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1991-92 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 70 32 37 69 34 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 81 34 60 94 61 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1993-94 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 80 32 67 99 61 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1994-95 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 48 32 38 70 37 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1995-96 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 82 62 87 149 96 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1996-97 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 63 47 48 95 40 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1997-98 Czech Republic Olympics 6 1 4 5 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1997-98 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 77 35 67 102 64 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1998-99 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 81 44 83 127 66 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1999-00 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 63 42 54 96 50 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2000-01 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 81 52 69 121 42 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2001-02 Czech Republic Olympics 4 2 3 5 4 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2001-02 Washington Capitals NHL 69 31 48 79 30 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2002-03 Washington Capitals NHL 75 36 41 77 38 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2003-04 Washington Capitals NHL 46 16 29 45 26 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2003-04 New York Rangers NHL 31 15 14 29 12 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
FOURTEEN (14) NHL SEASONS 1027 537 772 1309 699 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

POST-SEASON
Year Team

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

+/-

PP

SH

GW

GT

S

Pct
1990-91 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 24 3 10 13 6 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1991-92 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 21 11 13 24 6 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 12 5 4 9 23 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1993-94 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 6 2 4 6 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1994-95 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 12 10 5 15 6 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1995-96 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 18 11 12 23 18 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1996-97 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 5 4 4 8 4 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1997-98 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 6 4 5 9 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1998-99 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 9 5 7 12 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1999-00 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 11 8 8 16 6 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2000-01 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 16 2 10 12 18 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2002-03 Washington Capitals NHL 6 2 5 7 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
TWELVE (12) NHL POST-SEASONS 146 67 87 154 123 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

AWARDS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Milestones Achieved:

  • 700th Assist:
  • 600th Assist:
  • 500th Assist:
  • 1000th Game:
  • 900th Game:
  • 800th Game:
  • 700th Game:
  • 600th Game:
  • 500th Game:
  • 500th Goal:
  • 1300th Point:
  • 1200th Point:
  • 1000th Point:
  • 900th Point:
  • 800th Point:
  • 700th Point:
  • 600th Point:
  • 500th Point:

Facts:

  • First NHL Game: October 5, 1990 at Washington.
  • First NHL Goal: October 7, 1990 vs. New Jersey vs. Chris Terreri.
  • First NHL Point: October 7, 1990 vs. New Jersey (Goal).
  • Most Goals, Game: 4
  • Most Assists, Game: 5
  • Most Points, Game: 7
  • Most Shots, Game: 12
  • Most Penalty Minutes, Game: 17
  • Longest Goal Streak: 9 Games
  • Longest Assist Streak: 16 Games
  • Longest Point Streak: 19 Games
  • Stanley Cup Championships: 1991, 1992.
  • NHL All-Star Games: 1992, 1993, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000.

Notables:

  • Lists his favorite hockey memories as his two Stanley Cups with Pittsburgh and capturing the gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.
  • Enjoys playing tennis with his favorite players being Andre Agassi and John McEnroe.
  • His hockey idols are Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux.
  • Favorite non-hockey sport is NFL football.
  • Spends his off-season in Kladno, Czech Republic.
  • Single.

Awards:

  • 1990-91 Season:
    • NHL/Upper Deck All-Rookie Team.
  • 1994-95 Season:
    • NHL First All-Star Team.
    • Art Ross Trophy.
  • 1995-96 Season:
    • NHL First All-Star Team.
  • 1996-97 Season:
    • NHL Second All-Star Team.
  • 1997-98 Season:
    • NHL First All-Star Team.
    • Art Ross Trophy.
  • 1998-99 Season:
    • NHL First All-Star Team.
    • Art Ross Trophy.
    • Lester B. Pearson Award.
    • Hart Trophy.
  • 1999-00 Season:
    • NHL First All-Star Team.
    • Art Ross Trophy.
    • Lester B. Pearson Award.
  • 2000-01 Season:
    • NHL First All-Star Team.
    • Art Ross Trophy.

TRANSACTIONS

June 16, 1990:

  • Drafted by Pittsburgh in the first round (5th overall) of 1990 Entry Draft.

July 11, 2001:

  • Traded to Washington by Pittsburgh with Frantisek Kucera for Kris Beech, Michael Sivek, Ross Lupaschuk and future considerations.

January 23, 2004:

  • Traded to New York Rangers by Washington for Anson Carter.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

International Career:

  • Has represented the Czech Republic and Czechoslovakia in various international events, including the Olympics, the World Cup, the Canada Cup, World Championships and World Junior Championships.
  • 1990:
    • His first international tournament, appeared in seven games for Czechoslovakia at the World Junior Championships.
    • Finished second in tournament scoring (18) and was named to the WJC All-Star Team.
  • 1998:
    • Recorded one goal and four assists in the Winter Olympics in Nagano, helping win the gold medal.
    • Tied for the team lead in points (5).
  • 2002:
    • Represented the Czech Republic in the Winter Olympics and the World Championships.
    • In the World Championships, led the team and tied for fifth in the tournament with four goals and four assists in seven games.
  • 2004:
    • Represented the Czech Republic at the 2004 IIHF World Championship in his native country, collecting nine points (five goals, four assists) and six penalty minutes in seven games en route to being selected to the Media All-Star Team.
    • Represented the Czech Republic at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey.

Foreign Career:

  • Appeared in two seasons with Poldi Kladno of the Czechoslovakian League and four seasons with Poldi Kladno of the Czechoslovakian Junior League.
  • 1988-89 Season:
    • Appeared in 39 games for Poldi Kladno, recorded eight goals and 10 assists.
  • 1989-90 Season:
    • Led Poldi Kladno in scoring (59) in 51 games.
    • Led the team in goals (30) and ranked second in assists (29).
    • Appeared in the World Junior Championships for Czechoslovakia, finishing second in tournament scoring (18) and was selected to the WJC All-Star Team.
    • In 10 games with Czechoslovakia in the World Championships, scored three goals and two assists.

1990-91 Season:

  • Skated in 80 games during his rookie season with the Pittsburgh Penguins, registering 27 goals and 30 assists for 57 points, along with 42 penalty minutes.
  • Ranked third among league rookies with 27 goals and was fifth with 30 assists.
  • Ranked fourth among rookies with 57 points.
  • Selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team.
  • Ranked third on the team with 27 goals and was fifth with 57 points.
  • Recorded his first career hat trick vs. Boston on Feb. 2.
  • Appeared in 24 playoff matches, registering three goals and 10 assists for 13 points, helping Pittsburgh capture the Stanley Cup.
  • Ranked first among all rookies in playoff scoring with 13 points (three goals, 10 assists).
  • Established a NHL record for assists by a rookie in the Stanley Cup Finals, recording five vs. Minnesota.

1991-92 Season:

  • Skated in 70 games, collecting 32 goals and 37 assists for 69 points, along with 34 penalty minutes.
  • Ranked fifth on the team with 69 points.
  • Ranked fourth on the team with 32 goals and was fifth with 37 assists.
  • Appeared in 21 playoff games, helping Pittsburgh to a second consecutive Stanley Cup championship.
  • Ranked fourth on the team and in the NHL with 24 playoff points (11 goals, 13 assists).
  • Ranked third on the team with 11 post-season goals.
  • Ranked second in the NHL with four playoff game-winning goals.

1992-93 Season:

  • Appeared in 81 games, recording 34 goals and 60 assists for 94 points, along with 61 penalty minutes.
  • Ranked fifth on the team with 94 points.
  • Ranked fourth on the team with 34 goals and was fifth with 60 assists.
  • Ranked second on the team with nine game-winning goals.
  • Appeared in his second NHL All-Star Game.
  • Tallied five goals and four assists for nine points in 12 playoff games.

1993-94 Season:

  • Ranked first on the team and was ninth in the NHL with 99 points.
  • Appeared in 80 games, registering 32 goals and 67 assists for 99 points, along with 61 penalty minutes.
  • Ranked seventh in the NHL with 67 assists.
  • Ranked first on the team with 298 shots on goal and was third with 32 goals.
  • Ranked second on the team with nine power-play goals and was tied for second with six game-winning goals.
  • Skated in six playoff games, registering two goals and four assists for six points.

1994-95 Season:

  • Skated in 48 matches, registering 32 goals and 38 assists for 70 points, along with 37 penalty minutes.
  • Captured his first Art Ross Trophy, ranking first in the NHL with 70 points.
  • Became the first European-trained player to win the honor and the first non-center since 1977 (Guy Lafleur).
  • Named to the NHL First All-Star Team.
  • Finished as runner-up in Hart Trophy voting as league’s most valuable player behind Eric Lindros.
  • Appeared in 12 playoff games, ranking second in the NHL with 10 goals.
  • Tied for second on the team with 15 playoff points (10 goals, five assists).

1995-96 Season:

  • Appeared in 82 games, establishing career-highs with 62 goals, 87 assists and 149 points.
  • Ranked second in the NHL with 62 goals and 149 points and was third with 87 assists.
  • Appeared in his third NHL All-Star Game.
  • Set an NHL record for points and assists in a season by a right wing, breaking the marks set by Mike Bossy (83 assists, 147 points in 1981-82).
  • Established a new record for most points by a European-born player, passing the mark of Peter Stastny (139 points in 1981-82).
  • Became one of only six players (Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Phil Esposito, Steve Yzerman and Bernie Nicholls) to record more than 149 points in a season.
  • Ranked first in the NHL with 12 game-winning goals and 403 shots on goal.
  • Appeared in 18 playoff games, registering 23 points (11 goals, 12 assists).
  • Tied for first on the team and tied for second in the NHL with 11 post-season goals.
  • Recorded an 11-game playoff point scoring streak from Apr. 17 to May 11, recording 18 points (10 goals, 8 assists) over the span.

1996-97 Season:

  • Appeared in 63 games, registering 47 goals and 48 assists for 95 points, along with 40 penalty minutes.
  • Ranked sixth in the NHL with 95 points.
  • Named to the NHL Second All-Star Team.
  • Tied for sixth in the NHL with 47 goals.
  • Ranked second in the NHL with a 20.1 shooting percentage.
  • Recorded a point in 50 of his 63 games, including 26 multiple-point games.
  • Recorded a league-high nine-game goal scoring streak from Nov. 21 to Dec. 10, registering 14 goals over the span.
  • Registered a 13-game point scoring streak from Nov. 16 to Dec. 13, collecting 24 points (15 goals, nine assists) over the span.
  • Skated in five playoff games, leading the team with eight points (four goals, four assists).

1997-98 Season:

  • Appeared in 77 games, registering 35 goals and 67 assists for 102 points, along with 64 penalty minutes.
  • Won the Art Ross Trophy as the league's top scorer.
  • Selected to the NHL First All-Star Team and appeared in the NHL All-Star Game.
  • Runner-up for the Hart Trophy as the league’s most valuable player.
  • Named NHL Player of the Month for the month of March, registering 35 points (15 goals, 20 assists) over the span.
  • Was the only player in the NHL to break the 100-point mark.
  • Tied for first in the NHL with 67 assists (67) and was ninth with 35 goals.
  • Ranked first in the NHL with 31 power-play assists and 38 points.
  • Ranked sixth in the NHL with eight game-winning goals.
  • Recorded his 400th NHL assist on Jan. 12 at Carolina.
  • Registered his 700th NHL point on Feb. 6 at Buffalo.
  • Tallied his 300th NHL goal on Apr. 15 vs. Tampa Bay.
  • Skated in six playoff games, recording four goals and five assists for nine points.
  • Ranked first on the team in playoff scoring with nine points.

1998-99 Season:

  • Skated in 81 matches, registering 44 goals and 83 assists for 127 points, along with 66 penalty minutes.
  • Captured the Hart Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player, the Lester B. Pearson Award as the league's top player as selected by the player's association and the Art Ross Trophy as the league's leading scorer.
  • Named to the NHL First All-Star Team.
  • Appeared in the NHL All-Star Game for the fourth time in his career, recording an assist.
  • Ranked first in the NHL with 83 assists, 127 points and 34 power play assists.
  • Tied for second in the NHL with 44 goals and was second with 43 power-play points.
  • Ranked second on the team with a plus-17 rating.
  • Posted a 13-game point-streak from Dec. 26 to Jan. 21, registering 25 points (eight goals, 17 assists) over the span.
  • Appeared in nine playoff games, registering five goals and seven points for 12 points.

1999-00 Season:

  • Appeared in 63 games, registering 42 goals and 54 assists for 96 points, along with 50 penalty minutes.
  • Won the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL's leading scorer with 96 points.
  • Ranked third in the NHL with 54 assists and was fourth with 42 goals.
  • Named to the NHL First All-Star Team.
  • Captured his second consecutive Lester B. Pearson Award as the NHL's outstanding player voted by the player's association, making him only the fifth player to receive the award in consecutive years.
  • Runner-up for the Hart Trophy as the league’s most valuable player.
  • Established an NHL record by becoming the first player to receive more than one million votes for the NHL All-Star Game.
  • Named NHL Player of the Month for the month of November and was selected the NHL Player of the Week for period ending Nov. 14.
  • Began the season with a 15-game point-streak from Oct. 1 to Nov. 13, registering 23 points (14 goals, 19 assists) over the span.
  • Tied for a league high with goals in seven consecutive games from Oct. 7-28 (8g).
  • Established a new career high with seven points on Dec. 30 vs. the Islanders, including his second hat trick of the season.
  • Appeared in 11 post-season games, leading the team and ranking seventh in the league in points (16).
  • Tied for first in the NHL with four playoff game winning goals.
  • Recorded a five-game goal-streak from Apr. 19 to May 2, tallying seven goals over the span.

2000-01 Season:

  • Appeared in 81 games, registering 52 goals and 69 assists for 121 points, along with 42 penalty minutes.
  • Captured the Art Ross Trophy as the league's top scorer with 121 points, marking the fifth time he has earned the award.
  • Ranked first in the NHL with 69 assists (69) and was third with 52 goals (52).
  • Ranked fourth in the NHL with 317 shots on goal and was tied for second with 10 game-winning goals.
  • Selected to the postseason NHL First All-Star Team for the sixth time in his career.
  • Named the NHL Player of the Month for the months of November and March and was named the NHL Player of the Week for the period ending Dec. 31.
  • Finished third in voting for the Hart Trophy as the league’s most valuable player.
  • Voted as a starter in the NHL All-Star Game for the eighth consecutive season and was the leading vote-getter for the third time in four seasons.
  • Tied for second on the team with a plus-19 rating.
  • Registered the league's longest point and assist streaks of the season with a 16-game stretch from Jan. 9 to Feb. 16 (seven goals, 24 assists).
  • Tallied a career-high four goals on Oct. 14 vs. NYR.
  • Notched his 400th NHL goal on Nov. 13 at Colorado.
  • Recorded his 1,000th NHL point on Dec. 30 vs. Ottawa.
  • Registered his 600th NHL assist on Jan. 13 on Long Island.
  • Appeared in his 800th NHL game on Mar. 25 at New Jersey.
  • Appeared in 16 playoff matches, registering two goals and 10 assists for 12 points while helping Pittsburgh reach the Eastern Conference Finals.

2001-02 Season:

  • Acquired by Washington from Pittsburgh on July 11, along with Frantisek Kucera in exchange for Kris Beech, Michal Sivek, Ross Lupaschuk and future considerations.
  • Appeared in 69 matches, registering 31 goals and 48 assists for 79 points, along with 30 penalty minutes.
  • Ranked first on the team and was tied for fifth in the NHL with 79 points (79).
  • Ranked first on the team and tied for ninth in the NHL with 48 assists.
  • Ranked second on the team with goals (31).
  • Selected as a World All-Star Team starter, making his seventh appearance in the NHL All-Star Game.
  • Recorded 24 multiple-point games.
  • Registered four consecutive multiple-point games from Nov. 17 to Nov. 24, registering nine points (four goals, five assists) over the span.
  • Posted a pair of seven-game point scoring streaks from Dec. 28 to Jan. 9, collecting 11 points (three goals, eight assists) and Mar. 15 to Mar. 26, recording 12 points (six goals, six assists over the span.

2002-03 Season:

  • Skated in 75 games, registering 36 goals and 41 assists for 77 points, along with 38 penalty minutes.
  • Ranked first on the team and was tied for 19th in the NHL with 77 points.
  • Ranked first on the team and 12th in the NHL with 36 goals.
  • Ranked third on the team with 41 assists.
  • Tied for fourth on the team with nine game-winning goals and was seventh with 290 shots on goal.
  • Named as a starter for the NHL All-Star Game on Feb. 2 and recorded three assists in the match.
  • Tallied a hat trick on Feb. 4 at Tampa Bay, becoming just the 33rd player in NHL history to register 500 goals.
  • Registered his 700th NHL assist on Nov. 21 at Minnesota.
  • Collected his 1,200th NHL point on Jan. 11 vs. Florida.
  • Skated in his 900th NHL game on Dec. 3 at Pittsburgh.
  • Registered seven points (three goals, four assists) on Jan. 11 vs. Florida, matching a career-high.
  • Appeared in all six playoff games for the Capitals, recording two goals and five assists for seven points.
  • Equaled a playoff career-high with four points (two goals, two assists) on Apr. 12 in Game Two of the Conference Quarterfinals at Tampa Bay.

2003-04:

  • Acquired by the Rangers from the Washington Capitals on Jan. 23 in exchange for Anson Carter.
  • Skated in 77 games with the Rangers and Washington, tallying 31 goals and 43 assists for 74 points, along with 38 penalty minutes.
  • Ranked 15th in the NHL with 74 points.
  • Tied for 15th in the NHL with 31 goals.
  • Tied for 19th in the NHL with 43 assists.
  • Registered 29 points (15 goals, 14 assists) in 31 games with New York following the trade.
  • Made his Rangers debut on Jan. 24 at Ottawa.
  • Registered his first points as a Ranger on Jan. 26 vs. Florida, tallying the game-winning goal and adding a pair of assists.
  • Skated in his 1,000th NHL match on Jan. 30 vs. Buffalo.
  • Recorded his 1,300th NHL point on Mar. 5 vs. Washington.
  • Registered an assist while skating for the Eastern Conference at the NHL All-Star Game in Minnesota on Feb. 8.
  • Posted a 12-game point scoring streak from Nov. 24 to Dec. 2, registering 20 points (six goals, 14 assists) over the span.
  • Appeared in 46 matches with Washington prior to the trade, registering 16 goals and 29 assists for 45 points, along with 26 penalty minutes.
 

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