Pucks and Numbers: a weekly statistical look at what's happening around the NHL. This week: A look at Jaromir Jagr and Teemu Selanne. The NHL's old guys who are still producing. A lot.

When you watch Jaromir Jagr and Teemu Selanne still able to play the way they do at the age of 40 (and beyond), you get the idea they could probably keep doing this until they're 50. They won't, of course. And though they're well past their primes, when they were among the greatest to step onto an NHL ice surface, it's still amazing to look at how productive they are when other players (hockey mortals) are well into their retirements.

Their current scoring paces are at levels that few others their age have accomplished in the NHL, and both are leading their respective teams in scoring as of Wednesday.


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