By PowerPlayCJ @powerplaywithcj on August 4, 2014
Some athletes that can still get it done at the ripe old age of 37. Hockey players seemingly know no age as many players are still going strong into their late 30s.
Boyle is taking his talents to Broadway and joining the New York Rangers this season after six years with the San Jose Sharks. Despite last season ending poorly in an epic collapse to the Los Angeles Kings, Boyle still has plenty left to prove. The 38-year-old is coming off a 36-point season and will invigorate the Rangers’ power play next season with his adept playmaking ability.
The power forward has spent his career with the Winnipeg Jets/Phoenix Coyotes franchise, and has done it seemingly the right way. His tenacity and passion are ageless and will carry him for the rest of his NHL career, which isn’t over just yet at age 37.
The old-timer has bounced around in recent years, but still has his amazing skill to display on a night-in, night-out basis. Despite being 42 years old, Jagr led the New Jersey Devils in scoring with 67 points and will be back at it next year for the Devils.
Despite his amazing tenure with the Tampa Bay Lightning coming to a crashing end, the undersized dynamo helped bring the New York Rangers to the Stanley Cup Final. He’s still going strong at age 39 and will surely put on show in his first full year on Broadway.
The 37-year -ld behemoth was a Norris finalist this season, and he’s far from finished. Look for the Slovak to be back at it next year, logging big minutes for the Boston Bruins as they look to win another Stanley Cup.
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