-- If the Rangers win a playoff round this season and Jagr scores 40 goals during the regular season.
With five goals in 24 games -- that's right, five -- he is on a pace for 17, which would be 10 fewer than his lowest total for a season (27, in his rookie year -- 1990/1991).
-- If they win a playoff round and he scores 84 points during the regular season.
He is on a pace to go 17-44-61, which would be the lowest total of his career since that rookie year (27-30-57).
-- If he wins the Hart (MVP), Art Ross (scoring title) or Conn Smythe (playoff MVP) trophies.
He is far off the pace for a Ross Trophy, which means he won't get consideration for the Hart. And as for the Smythe, if a Ranger wins that one, it is more likely to be Henrik Lundqvist than Jaromir Jagr.