Bruins coach Claude Julien might have said it best Monday when he compared Jaromir Jagr to a certain battery-shilling bunny. After all, Jagr keeps going and going and going.
The all-time great will turn 43 years old in February, and while he’s no longer a threat to lead the league in goals or points, he’s still a fairly effective offensive player.
Jagr made his career debut in 1990 — before six members of the current Devils were even born. That’s allowed him to ascend to the tops of the NHL active leaders lists, leading all active players in goals, assists and points.
Can you name which player is second behind Jagr among active players in career assists?
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