He just never quits.
It was the first game Jagr has played all season with the club he owns.
Jagr, who is set to turn 51 in February, filled in after illnesses struck the roster, according to FloHockey’s Chris Peters. Jagr helped setup Kladno’s second goal in the second period after his shot was stopped, but Matyas Filip was there to pick up the rebound. He then assisted on Matej Beran’s power-play maker with five minutes left in the third to finish as Kladno’s top scorer on Sunday.
In an interview with the Czech-language website blesk.cz back in October, Jagr said he was considering retiring for hockey for good. But with Kladno in need of urgent support, he changed his mind and returned for his big performance. Now, we’ll see if he decides to keep giving it a go and try and keep Kladno from finishing near the bottom.