Jagr led the team this past season with 66 points, recording 27 goals and 39 assists to lead the Panthers to the playoffs. He also became the oldest player in NHL history to surpass 60 points in a season.
Behind Jagr's veteran leadership on and off the ice, the Panthers won the Atlantic Division, and set franchise records for points and wins. Although, they did fall to the New York Islanders in the first round, so Jagr could be out for revenge come next season.
Jagr enters his 23rd NHL season with 1,868 career points, 19 away from Mark Messier for second in NHL history. He is also up for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy this year for the player who best exemplifies perseverance and dedication to hockey. Florida general manager Dale Tallon said it best, "Jaromir is a Hall of Fame player."