Jaromir Jagr may never stop producing.
The 47-year-old future first-ballot Hockey Hall of Famer scored a goal for HC Klando on Friday in his regular season debut.
Jagr’s team, of which he is president and co-owner, ultimately lost the game 7-4.
Klando rejoined the Extraliga, the top-tier Czech league, this season after being relegated back in 2014.
Jagr has stated in the past that he’d like to play beyond 50 years old and if he can continue producing at this level, he just might have a shot.
Jagr hasn’t suited up in the NHL since January 2018 after the Calgary Flames placed him on unconditional waivers for the purpose of terminating his NHL contract.