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.