Jaromir Jagr stands second to only Wayne Gretzky now. With one assist Thursday night, Jagr moved ahead of Mark Messier for second on the NHL’s all-time scoring list with 1,888 points.

After a deeper look at Jagr off the ice, here are 68 things to know about No. 68:

1. Hart Trophy, captured in 1999 as the NHL’s most valuable player.

2. Stanley Cups won in his first two NHL seasons, both with the Pittsburgh Penguins. He has returned to the Stanley Cup final just once since then, in 2013 with the Bruins.

3. Ted Lindsay Awards recognizing the most outstanding player as selected by the National Hockey League Players’ Association (1999, 2000, 2006). Only Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux have won it more.

4. Players selected before Jagr in the 1990 NHL Draft: Owen Nolan, Petr Nedved, Keith Primeau and Mike Ricci. He has played 391 more games than anyone else in his draft class.

5. Art Ross Trophies as the NHL’s scoring champion, including four consecutive years from 1998-2001.

6. Finish in 1991 Calder Trophy voting as rookie of the year behind three Hall of Famers - Ed Belfour, Sergei Fedorov and Rob Blake - as well as Mike Richter and Ken Hodge.