Former NHL player Jaromir Jagr turned 51 this year.
And he took to social media Saturday and strongly suggested he would once against put on a uniform and play in the upcoming season for the Rytiri Kladno Knights.
Jagr owns the team, a professional franchise in the Czech Republic.
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“Another hockey season has begun. I just read that I played Extraliga for Kladno for the first time 35 years ago. It’s been a minute,” Jagr wrote in a translated Facebook post. “But the nervousness, the anticipation before the start. … This is still the same.”
Jagr has played for Kladno the past six seasons. He has owned the franchise for more than a decade. At the age of 50, Jagr was still productive, registering 14 points in 26 games last season.
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Jagr was born is Kladno, Czechoslovakia, and expressed gratitude for the opportunity to represent his hometown team.
“I would never have been a hockey player if it was not for this town and this club,” Jagr told The New York Times in February. “I would be a totally different person. This club and this city made my life. It’s my responsibility to give it back.”
Jagr, a two-time Stanley Cup winner, wrapped up his lengthy NHL career after the 2017-18 season when he was with the Calgary Flames. He was 45 when he stepped away from the NHL.
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He s scored 766 goals in the NHL and is No. 4 on the league’s all-time scoring list.