On Wednesday, Jaromir Jagr became the second player in NHL history to reach 1,900 career points, and did so on his 45th (!) birthday:

And on Friday night during the Panthers-Ducks game in Anaheim, Jagr made a play that would be an incredible play for any hockey player, but especially a dude that is 45 years old.

Watch Jagr striaght-up take the puck away from Anaheim’s Josh Manson, and then show off his crazy stickhandling skills and patience before putting the puck into the net for a Florida goal:

That’s career goal No. 760 for Jagr, and his 11th on the season. His 33 points are tied for third on the Panthers team, again, at 45 years old. Just absolutely ridiculous.

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