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Jagr: By the Numbers

by Staff Writer / Philadelphia Flyers

BY THE NUMBERS
ONE - Hart Trophy as NHL MVP & FIVE time Finalist (1995, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2006)

ONE - Olympic Gold Medal (Czech Republic in 1998)

TWO - Stanley Cups (Pittsburgh Penguins: 1991 & 1992)

TWO - Gold medals at the IIHF World Championships (2005 & 2010)

THREE
- Times a Lester B. Pearson Award Winner (NHL MVP voted by the players - 1999, 2000, 2006)

FIVE - Times an NHL scoring leader (1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001)

FIVE - Seasons scoring OVER 100 points in the NHL

SEVEN - Times he earned 1st NHL All-Star Team (1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2006)

NINE - Times he's played in the NHL All-Star Game

TEN - Seasons he has scored over 90 points in the NHL

FIFTEEN - Consecutive 30-goal seasons (1991-2007), an NHL RECORD

FIFTEEN - Consecutive 70-or-more point seasons (1991-2007) an NHL RECORD

THE BEST OF THE REST
-    He ranks ninth all-time in the NHL in scoring with 1,599 points (646G-953A) in 1,273 career NHL games over 17 seasons.

-    He ranks 12th all-time in the Stanley Cup Playoffs with 181 points (77G-104A) in 169 games.

-    Averaged OVER a point-per-game in the Stanley Cup Playoffs with 181 points in 169 games.

-    Has 77 goals and over 100 assists (104) in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

-    Averaged OVER a point per-game last year in the KHL with 51 points in 49 games.

-    Averaged OVER a point-per-game in seven of his last 10 years in the NHL AND eight of his last 10 Stanley Cup Playoff years.

-    His team has made the playoffs in 15 of 17 years in the NHL.

-    Scored five goals and nine points in nine games at the 2011 World Championships to win a bronze medal.
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