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Jagr amazes NHL peers with longevity, ability

Panthers forward third all-time in goals, not slowing down

by Barry Rubinstein @barryrubinstein / Manager, Assignments

Jaromir Jagr has amazed hockey fans around the world throughout his NHL career, but perhaps none more than his high-scoring peers, the ones who have seen the ageless right wing closer than anyone else. 

Jagr, who celebrated his 44th birthday Monday, is the third-leading goal-scorer in NHL history after getting Nos. 741 and 742 on Saturday to pass Brett Hull. It's a position Jagr is not likely to yield anytime soon. 

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Jagr passes Hull on all-time goals list

Panthers forward aims to catch Howe, Gretzky

by Alain Poupart / Correspondent

2/20/16 Post Game Interviews

Panthers defeat Jets 3-1

Interviews with Gerard Gallant, Jaromir Jagr, Roberto Luongo, Dmitry Kulikov and Kyle Rau

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SUNRISE, Fla. -- One by one, Jaromir Jagr's Florida Panthers teammates stopped by his corner dressing area at BB&T Center to commemorate his latest milestone.

Jagr wore the Panthers' mysterious and now-famous "Spacey in Space" sweatshirt as the players' choice for game MVP after their 3-1 victory against the Winnipeg Jets. In his hand was the puck marked "742," honoring his moving past Brett Hull into third place on the NHL's all-time goals list.

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Facts and figures for NHL's top-10 goal-scorers

Yzerman, Lemieux are only ones to play with one team @NHLdotcom

Jaromir Jagr of the Florida Panthers continues to climb up the ranks of the NHL's top all-time goal-scorers. Jagr moved into third place on the all-time list Saturday, when he scored his 742nd regular-season goal, against the Winnipeg Jets. The Panthers are his eighth NHL team. Here are some more facts and figures on the top-10 goal-scorers in NHL history:

Wayne Gretzky -- The Great One scored 894 goals in 1,487 NHL games. He had 583 goals for the Edmonton Oilers, 246 for the Los Angeles Kings, eight for the St. Louis Blues and 57 for the New York Rangers before retiring after the 1998-99 season. Gretzky became the NHL's all-time leading goal-scorer on March 23, 1994, when he scored No. 802 in the Kings' 6-3 loss to the Vancouver Canucks. Gretzky scored his final NHL goal on March 29, 1999 against Wade Flaherty of the New York Islanders.

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Jagr passes Hull, Panthers defeat Jets

Scores Nos. 741, 742, moves into third on all-time list

by Alain Poupart / Correspondent

Jagr moves to third all time

WPG@FLA: Jagr scores 742nd goal to move ahead of Hull

2/20/16: Jaromir Jagr finds a loose puck and smacks in a wrister for his 472nd career goal, putting him ahead of Brett Hull for third all time

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SUNRISE, Fla. -- Jaromir Jagr had two goals to move past Brett Hull into third place on the NHL's all-time list when the Florida Panthers defeated the Winnipeg Jets 3-1 at BB&T Center on Saturday.

Jagr tied Hull with his 741st goal in the second period to tie the game 1-1 and scored his 742nd at 13:37 of the third period to give Florida a 3-1 lead.

"It's great, but I don't really think about it, to be honest with you," Jagr said. "I don't feel like I played really well for a few games, so I wanted to make sure I play a little bit better today. I had a little more jump, so it was pretty good."

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Jagr gets No. 742, passes Hull for third

Panthers forward scores twice against Jets @NHLdotcom

Jagr nets two for third all time

WPG@FLA: Jagr scores twice to move ahead of Hull

2/20/16: Jaromir Jagr knocks in his 471st and 472nd career goal against the Jets to move past Brett Hull to third on the all-time list

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Florida Panthers forward Jaromir Jagr scored twice Saturday to reach 742 NHL goals and pass Brett Hull for third place on the League's all-time list.

Jagr scored at 4:53 of the second period and at 6:23 of the third against the Winnipeg Jets at BB&T Center.

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Panthers forward Huberdeau leaves game with injury

Went back-first into boards in first period against Jets @NHLdotcom

Huberdeau's injury

WPG@FLA: Huberdeau gets shaken up on the ice

2/20/16: Jonathan Huberdeau gets injured during the 1st period in a game against the Jets

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Florida Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau left the game Saturday against the Winnipeg Jets in the first period with an apparent injury.

Huberdeau lost control of the puck and his balance, and was hit by Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba with his back to the boards behind the goal line. He was on the ice for several minutes before going to the dressing room.

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Jets' Little day-to-day, out vs. Panthers

Florida's Jagr one goal from tying Hull on all-time list

by Alain Poupart / Correspondent

JETS (25-28-4) at PANTHERS (33-18-7)

TV: 7 p.m. ET; SN, FS-F, NHL.TV

SUNRISE, Fla. -- The Winnipeg Jets will be without second-leading scorer Bryan Little when they face the Florida Panthers at BB&T Center on Saturday. 

Coach Paul Maurice said Little is day-to-day because of an upper-body injury sustained on a check by Tampa Bay Lighting defenseman Anton Stralman in the second period of the Jets' 6-5 shootout loss Thursday.

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Panthers' Luongo to return against Jets

Florida goaltender will play Saturday for first time in a week

by Alain Poupart / Correspondent

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. -- Roberto Luongo will be back in net for the Florida Panthers when they face the Winnipeg Jets at BB&T Center on Saturday (7 p.m. ET; FS-F, SN, NHL.TV). 

Panthers coach Gerard Gallant made the announcement after practice Friday.

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