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Revitalized Jagr thriving while leading young Panthers

Jaromir Jagr had just scored two highlight-reel goals to propel the Florida Panthers to a vital win Sunday. Someone observed that the 43-year-old forward seemed to have found the Fountain of Youth playing with two linemates who weren't even born until after he had won two Stanley Cup championships. The NHL's portrait of Dorian Gray didn't miss a beat in replying, "I didn't think I was bad before." He laughed, as he often does in talking about the marvel of his career, which began at 18 when he debuted with the Penguins in 1990-91 with 27 goals. Jagr is clearly revitalized since joining the Panthers and forming a dynamic line with Jonathan Huberdeau, 21, and Aleksander Barkov, 19, over ...

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