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Jagr ties Howe on points list

Panthers forward reaches third all-time, trails Gretzky, Messier

by Rick Sadowski / NHL.com Correspondent

Jagr ties Howe on point list

FLA@COL: Jagr's assist on Gudbranson's goal ties Howe

3/3/16: Jaromir Jagr collects an assist on Erik Gudbranson's goal in the 1st, tying Gordie Howe for third all time with 1,850 points

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DENVER -- Jaromir Jagr didn't waste time joining Gordie Howe as the third-leading scorer in NHL history.

The 44-year-old right wing got his 1,850th point at 9:42 of the first period in the Florida Panthers' 3-2 loss to the Colorado Avalanche at Pepsi Center on Thursday.

Jagr has 743 goals and 1,107 assists in 1,611 NHL games. He's 37 points behind Mark Messier and 1,007 behind Wayne Gretzky.

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game recap

Pickard's 38 saves lift Avalanche past Panthers

Goalie makes 24 stops in third period; Jagr ties Howe for points

by Rick Sadowski / NHL.com Correspondent

Pickard preserves the lead

FLA@COL: Pickard keeps the Avalanche ahead in 3rd

3/3/16: Calvin Pickard denies a series of shots from the Panthers and keeps the puck out of the net during a scramble to preserve a 3-2 lead

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DENVER -- Jaromir Jagr got his 1,850th NHL point in the first period to tie Gordie Howe for third place in League history, but Colorado Avalanche goalie Calvin Pickard made 38 saves in a 3-2 win against the Florida Panthers at Pepsi Center on Thursday.

Jagr caught Howe at 9:42 of the first period. He was above the right circle when he passed to Aleksander Barkov down low. Barkov slipped the puck through the slot to defenseman Erik Gudbranson for a shot that beat Pickard to tie it 1-1. It was Gudbranson's second goal of the season and first in 44 games.

Jagr's 48 points (21 goals, 27 assists) in 61 games lead the Panthers. He has 743 goals and 1,107 assists in 1,611 NHL games.

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Behind The Numbers

Jagr's scoring true equal to Howe's

Different eras, but production similar for third-best in history

by Rob Vollman / NHL.com Correspondent

Florida Panthers forward Jaromir Jagr scored his 1,850th NHL point Thursday against the Colorado Avalanche, tying Gordie Howe for third all-time. 

Though it is challenging to compare two very different players who competed in very different eras, there is sufficient statistical evidence that this milestone is an accurate reflection of the fact Jagr's scoring achievements have legitimately matched Howe's. 

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Situation Room

Video Review: FLA @ COL - 4:43 of the Third Period

No goal Florida

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Situation Room: FLA vs. COL

Situation Room: No goal stands after review

3/3/16: The referees review whether the puck crossed the line during a scramble in the 3rd, and the call stands as no goal

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At 4:43 of the third period in the Panthers/Avalanche game, the Situation Room initiated a video review to further examine a play at the Colorado net. Video review determined the puck did not cross the goal line. No goal Florida.

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NHL Insider

Jagr appreciative of place in hockey history

Panthers star discusses tying Gordie Howe for third on all-time points list

by Rick Sadowski / NHL.com Correspondent

DENVER -- As a student of hockey history, Jaromir Jagr is well aware that his next point, No. 1,850, will be the most significant to date of his extraordinary NHL career.

It could come Thursday when Jagr and the Florida Panthers play the Colorado Avalanche at Pepsi Center (9 p.m. ET; ALT, FS-F, NHLTV), a point that will tie him with Gordie Howe for third place in NHL history.

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game preview

Jagr can match Howe against Pickard-led Avalanche

Panthers star one point shy of third all-time

by Rick Sadowski / NHL.com Correspondent

PANTHERS (36-19-8) at AVALANCHE (32-29-4)

TV: 9 p.m. ET; FS-F, ALT, NHL.TV 

DENVER -- Florida Panthers forward Jaromir Jagr is one point shy of matching Gordie Howe for third on the NHL's all-time scoring list as he faces goalie Calvin Pickard and the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday at Pepsi Center.

Pickard will start instead of slumping Semyon Varlamov and make his first career appearance against the Panthers. Jagr, 44, needs one point for 1,850 to tie Gordie Howe for third place in NHL history.

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