The NHL may be a young man's game, but that doesn't mean old dogs like Jaromir Jagr and Teemu Selanne don't have any fight left in them. The league is littered with players fighting against Father Time and winning—training methods become more advanced every year, and the advent of nutritionists and spot-on offseason workouts are allowing players to prolong their careers well into their 30s.
Not only are some members of the 35-plus club lacing up their skates in the best hockey league in the world, but they are doing so and providing invaluable production and guidance out on the ice.
These guys aren't just here to play. No, they are here produce and be integral parts of their respective team's success.