Jaromir Jagr, at the age of 51, returns to his hometown team for his remarkable 36th season in professional hockey.

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At the age of 51, Jaromir Jagr has commenced his ice hockey season for his hometown team, the Kladno Knights, in the Czech league. In the match against league leaders Pardubice, Jagr began his 36th professional season by providing an assist, enabling Kladno to recover from a 3-0 deficit. Despite eventually equalizing, Kladno conceded a short-handed goal and lost 4-3. Jagr skated for a total of 13 minutes and 44 seconds. Although he did not speak to reporters after the game, coach Otakar Vejvoda praised Jagr’s “excellent” contribution. Jagr’s return is expected to greatly benefit Kladno, who currently rank second to last in the league standings. This season, Jagr’s start came in Kladno’s 26th game, however, it is not unusual for him to have late starts. Having debuted for Kladno as a teenager, Jagr returned to the club in 2018, where he now serves as owner, after being released by the Calgary Flames, the NHL’s second all-time leading point-scorer.
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At the age of 51, Jaromir Jagr has commenced his ice hockey season for his hometown team, the Kladno Knights, in the Czech league. In the match against league leaders Pardubice, Jagr began his 36th professional season by providing an assist, enabling Kladno to recover from a 3-0 deficit. Despite eventually equalizing, Kladno conceded a short-handed goal and lost 4-3. Jagr skated for a total of 13 minutes and 44 seconds. Although he did not speak to reporters after the game, coach Otakar Vejvoda praised Jagr’s “excellent” contribution. Jagr’s return is expected to greatly benefit Kladno, who currently rank second to last in the league standings. This season, Jagr’s start came in Kladno’s 26th game, however, it is not unusual for him to have late starts. Having debuted for Kladno as a teenager, Jagr returned to the club in 2018, where he now serves as owner, after being released by the Calgary Flames, the NHL’s second all-time leading point-scorer.

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