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Jaromir Jagr reunites with two old linemates

Somehow 5,418 career points (and counting) fit into one photo

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You would think it would be difficult to fit all those career points (5,418 and counting) into one photo. But not when it's these three guys.

Florida Panthers forward Jaromir Jagr tweeted a photo of himself with former Pittsburgh Penguins teammates Ron Francis and Mario Lemieux. They are second, fifth and eighth on the NHL career points list, respectively.

Tweet from @68Jagr: #66 #10 #68 -Pittsburgh Penguins 1997 first line.....almost unstoppable ���� pic.twitter.com/i3ikirAmN6

All three, who made up a single line in Pittsburgh during the 1996-97 season, were named to the 100 Greatest NHL Players presented by Molson Canadian as part of All-Star festivities this weekend.

By the way, that line of Lemieux and Jagr, centered by Francis, combined for 307 points in 1996-97. Lemieux had 122 points in 76 games, Jagr 95 in 63 games and Francis 90 in 81 games.

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