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When Jagr last played in the NHL in 2008, he scored 25 goals while assisting 46 others, for a total of 71 points in 82 games.
The next season Jagr moved to the KHL and contributed 53 points in 55 games, essentially a point-per-game player. This past season, Jagr was a point-per-game player again with 50 points in 49 games.
If Jagr went from producing more than 70 points in the NHL to producing 50 points in the KHL, and is still at that level of playing ability, there's no reason to believe he is not still a very dangerous scoring threat.
In the 2011 IIHF World Ice Hockey Championships, Jagr was among the tournament leaders with nine points in nine games.
Comparatively, NHL players Tomas Plekanec, John Tavares, Ilya Kovalchuk, Jason Spezza and Andrei Kostitsyn tallied 10, 9, 8, 7, and 7 points, respectively.
All of those players contributed more than 40 points last season, with Plekanic, Tavares, Kovalchuk, and Spezza all scoring more than 55.
Jagr is capable of putting up 50+ points in the NHL in 2011-2012.