Video: Jagr sets up Bergeron, moves ahead of Coffey on all-time playoff scoring list


Jaromir Jagr might not have any goals in the 2013 playoffs, but that hasn’t stopped him from collecting more career milestones.

With this beautiful assist to Patrice Bergeron in Game 3 on Monday, he collected the 197th playoff point of his distinguished career, taking the fifth spot on the all-time postseason scoring list:

Jagr, 41, came into the night tied with Hall of Famer Paul Coffey for fifth place with 196 points. Here is how the top six looks as of this writing:

1. Wayne Gretzky: 122 goals, 260 assists for 382 points (208 games played)
2. Mark Messier: 109 goals, 186 assists for 295 points (236 games played)
3. Jari Kurri: 106 goals, 127 assists for 233 points (200 games played)
4. Glenn Anderson: 93 goals, 121 assists for 214 points (225 games played)
5. Jagr: 78 goals, 119 assists for 197 points (198 games, soon to be 199)
6. Coffey: 59 goals, 137 assists for 196 points (194 games played)

Anyone thinking about a certain Edmonton Oilers dynasty all of a sudden? Weird.

Panthers’ Crouse is going back to junior

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Lawson Crouse is going back to junior. The big 18-year-old winger confirmed it today on Twitter.

Crouse was drafted 11th overall in June by the Florida Panthers. Despite the club’s belief that Crouse could make “an immediate impact” on the roster, he finished the preseason with just two shots and one assist in three games.

Crouse will return to the OHL’s Kingston Frontenacs, with whom he’ll look to improve on his modest point totals from last season.

“I don’t think there’s any pressure on the kid,” coach Gerard Gallant said last week. “If he doesn’t make the team this year he goes back to junior … and will have a lot of success.”

Yes! Jagr’s bringing back the mullet

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The greatest mullet in sports history is making a comeback.

According to the Miami Herald’s George Richards, Jaromir Jagr says he’s bringing back the party in the back.

“I have to,” Jagr, 43, said.

Jagr’s teammate with the Florida Panthers, goalie Roberto Luongo, appears to have been the lead lobbyist in all this.

Anyway, this is fantastic.