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From 1997–98 to 2000–01, Jágr would win four-straight NHL scoring titles.
In 1999, he would win the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL's Most Valuable Player, as well as the Lester B. In 1998, he led the Czech Republic to a gold medal at the Nagano Olympics.
Jágr is one of only two Czech players (the other being Jiří Šlégr) in the Club, achieving this feat in 2005.
In 806 games with Pittsburgh, Jágr became only the second player, after Lemieux, to score 1,000 points in a Penguins sweater.
In 2000–01, Jágr was struggling to find his scoring touch and faced criticisms about his relationship with coach Ivan Hlinka With the return of Mario Lemieux from retirement, the Penguins had two superstars, but friction developed between the two; Jágr held the captaincy but many fans regarded Lemieux as the talisman of the team.
Additionally, the struggling, medium-market Penguins could, with Lemieux back, no longer hope to afford Jágr's massive salary.
He was a supporting player with the powerhouse Penguins that won back-to-back Stanley Cups in 19.
He was one of the youngest players in NHL history, at 20 years of age, to score a goal in the Stanley Cup Finals.