Seven players in the history of the NHL have recorded 60 or more points during their age-40-or-older season, according to hockey-reference.com. Two of them have done it twice, so only nine times in total has it ever been achieved. Nine.
Gordie Howe posted 103 points in his age-40 season. He also had 71 points in his age-41 campaign. Teemu Selanne had 80 points in his age 40-season in 2010-11 and then had 66 points at age 41. The other five players to accomplish this feat were John Bucyk, Alex Delvecchio, Mark Messier, Nicklas Lidstrom and Mark Recchi. Howe and Selanne are the only two players to reach the 60-point mark in their age-41 seasons.
By the end of this season, an eighth member could be added to this 40-plus list and a third player to the 41-plus list.
Last week, NHL.com's Corey Masisak talked about Jagr joining the "40/40 club" in his Super 16, but this is about Jagr joining an even more exclusive list. Of course he hasn't done so yet, but it's certainly a realistic possibility.