The year-old right winger had an assist to help his hometown club Kladno Knights return to the top Czech league by beating Jihlava to clinch their playoff series Jagr made his debut for Kladno as a teenager and returned to the club — which he now owns — after the Calgary Flames released the NHL's second all-time leading point-scorer in Jagr played on the top line alongside centre Tomas Plekanec, another former NHL player, and scored one goal during the best-of-seven series, in which Kladno was and down. He played 19 games this season, scoring two goals and adding 10 assists. Some fans who were allowed in the stands amid coronavirus restrictions and could celebrate a return to the top flight after a year in the second division.
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Jaromir Jagr appeared to reject the notion that he was done playing hockey for good, after helping his team win promotion to the Czech Republic's top competition. You've probably heard some iteration of this before, because like death and taxes, the ageless wonder playing hockey has been an inevitability for the better part of three decades. After the game, Jagr appeared to reject the idea that he was done playing, despite reports swirling about his possible intention to hang his skates up for good. And suddenly it doesn't work.