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

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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.