Another night and Devils winger Jaromir Jagr has tied yet another NHL great on the all-time goals list. By scoring the 692nd goal of his career in the third period Friday night, Jagr tied Steve Yzerman for sixth all-time. “I didn’t play much against Steve. He was in a different conference,” Jagr said. “It was tough for me to watch many games because all the games weren’t on TV. He was a superstar in Detroit. I remember the early 90s when they were not that good. I would say he was the only one out there. He was dominating by himself. “The thing about Steve Yzerman, if they call Gordie Howe Mr. Hockey I would think Stevie has to be called Mr. Gentleman. He was a gentleman on the ice and off the ice, too. If I were a parent and had a kid I’d watch Steve Yzerman and I’d want him to be like him. He was a superstar on the ice but he was a gentleman off the ice also.” Jagr’s goal was his 11th of the season. “I could have 20 right now if I was a better player,” Jagr said, before adding with a smile: “Or if my linemates would pass me the puck.” He finished the game with a goal and two assists to give him a team-leading 22 points in 26 games. He also said he had his first hit of the season.