The Jarome Iginla Trade is in the books. Announced late Wednesday night in Calgary – and in the wee hours of Thursday morning for the rest of North America – […]
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Jarome Iginla is a Boston Bruin–at least that’s what you thought if you went to bed before midnight, much like I did.
In a strange turn of events, he’s not. In case you haven’t already heard, the Penguins swooped in and acquired Iginla in a shocking last minute deal. Iginla chose to waive his no-trade clause for Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and a 13-game winning streak over a team that can’t hold a lead in the 3rd period. Iginla chose to be a supporting cast member rather than the go-to guy in a pivotal game. Iginla wants to win a Stanley Cup, after all.
The Jarome Iginla era is over in Calgary. The Calgary Flames announced following the team’s 4-3 win over Colorado that they have traded captain (and all-time leading scorer) Jarome Iginla […]
While the majority of interest around the Calgary Flames right now is trade speculation, primarily regarding the future of captain and franchise scoring leader Jarome Iginla, there are other intriguing […]
Through the first 30 games of the 2013 National Hockey League season, the Calgary Flames have been inconsistent, to be charitable. The most obvious deficiency that can be found is […]
With speculation growing about a possible Jarome Iginla deal, recent credible Twitter reports are suggesting Iggy has agreed to waive his No-Trade clause for the following NHL teams – […]
On December 19, 1995, the Calgary Flames traded captain Joe Nieuwendyk to the Dallas Stars for veteran forward Corey Millen and a junior player from Kamloops, Jarome Iginla. Now, nearly […]
Some general managers like to build their team with a lot of offensive punch (Pittsburgh Penguins and Chicago Blackhawks), while others prefer to build their team with a strong goalie […]
After closing out the first half of the season with three straight road losses, the Calgary Flames returned to the Scotiabank Saddledome on Wednesday night hoping for a fresh start. […]
For the past three seasons, the Calgary Flames have been a playoff bubble team that has found themselves finishing just outside the annual Stanley Cup tournament with respective finishes of […]
Through the first half of the 2013 National Hockey League season, you could say things haven’t gone according to plan for the Calgary Flames. With a handful of new players […]
Six times this season, the Calgary Flames have had the opportunity to creep above the .500 mark in the National Hockey League’s standings. After posting a 0-4-1 record in their […]