I wouldn't exactly call Henrique's goal fluky. It wasn't your typical sniper wrist shot that picks a corner, or a Stamkos-type down-on-one-knee blast, but it took a lot of SKILL to be able to recognize that the goalie was confused and then sneak and tuck the puck just around the post. Granted Jagr was never the fastest player to begin with, but I can't help but feel like you're proving my point here because had Jagr not be "worn out", then maybe he makes that type of play because it takes speed and quickness to do so (a half second slower and Henqirue is stuffed by the left pad). That's just it though, he ISN'T making those plays anymore, at least not for the past half dozen games. Is he attempting them? Maybe, which could be evidenced by the fact that you're saying he is still producing lots of shots, but the point is that he's no longer executing at the moment.
That's how I can show you he's worn out.
You're not really reading what I'm saying. The only reason the puck got to Henrique is because the defenseman kicked it to him inadvertently - most of the time, even when the D kicks it, it doesn't go right on to Henrique's tape. So what Henrique did from there required lots of skill, but he's rarely getting that chance.
Again, if a 29 year old player were getting 4+ shots a game and not scoring, you would not say he is tired. You are arguing that he is worn out from his age and that's all. Scoring in the NHL is very streaky - even the best players can go a long time without a goal.