Jaromir Jagr, 44, is an NHL legend who happens to still be playing. Which brings us to the delightful story of his 1991-92 Penguins Stanley Cup team, who hosted a 25-year (!) reunion this past weekend.
Then 20 years old, Jagr had his first All-Star season, scoring 69 points on 32 goals and 37 assists. He also scored in the Stanley Cup Finals.
The boys are back in town. 🐧 pic.twitter.com/LyHXpWzgG0— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) December 3, 2016
So why isn't he in this picture?
Simple reason: Dude is still playing.
Playin' hockey.— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) December 4, 2016
While Jagr only had 8 goals to start this season with the Panthers, he scored 39 last year and earned a spot on the All-Star team at age 43. He also won the Bill Masterson Memorial Trophy.
Instead of being at a 25-year reunion, his Florida team was playing the Senators in Ottowa.
Best scheduling conflict ever.