At 50 years old, Jaromir Jagr is still playing professional hockey.
Jagr made his season debut for Kladno, the team he is owner of, who play in the Czech Extraliga in the Czech Republic.
Jagr has taken some time away from the game, he has not played for Kladno since April of this year.
Jagr’s appearance on the ice with Kladno will also postpone his induction into the hockey hall of fame.
Jagr made his first appearance in 230 days as Kladno faced off against HC Bílí Tygři Liberec. Kladno lost the game 7-3, but it wasn’t due to a lack of effort from Jagr, who picked up 2 assists in the teams defeat.
Jagr was one of the best players the NHL has seen, playing 1,733 games in his career. In his 27 NHL season, Jagr scored 766 goals, had 1,155 assists, for a total of 1,921 points, over a point per game across 27 seasons.
Jagr played in the NHL till the 2017-2018 season where he played 22 games with the Calgary Flames, he was 46 years old.