Jarome Iginla
Jarome Iginla
Bruins - Right Wing
NUMBER: 12
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
WEIGHT: 210
SHOOTS: Right
BIRTHDATE: 07/01/1977
AGE: 36
BIRTHPLACE: Edmonton, AB, CAN
DRAFTED: DAL: 1995-11 overall
George Parsons Trophy (Memorial Cup - Most Sportsmanlike Player) (1995) WJC-A All-Star Team (1996) Best Forward at WJC-A (1996) WHL West First All-Star Team (1996) WHL Player of the Year (1996) Canadian Major Junior First All-Star Team (1996) NHL All-Rookie Team (1997) NHL First All-Star Team (2002, 2008, 2009) Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (2002) Art Ross Trophy (2002) Lester B. Pearson Award (2002) NHL Second All-Star Team (2004) NHL Foundation Player Award (2004) King Clancy Memorial Trophy (2004) Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (2004) (tied with Ilya Kovalchuk and Rick Nash) Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award (2009) Played in NHL All-Star Game (2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2012) Traded to Calgary by Dallas with Corey Millen for Joe Nieuwendyk, December 19, 1995. Traded to Pittsburgh by Calgary for Kenny Agostino, Ben Hanowski and Pittsburgh's 1st round choice (Morgan Klimchuk) in 2013 Entry Draft, March 28, 2013. Signed as a free agent by Boston, July 5, 2013.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Has a 9/36 record in NHL shootouts (four deciding goals) ... Has taken nine career penalty shots (two goals) ... Has played in six NHL All-Star Games (2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2012).

2012-13: Had 9-13=22 totals in 31 Calgary games before his Mar. 28 trade to Pittsburgh ... Added 5-6=11 totals in 13 Penguins games ... Had seven multiple-point games, all two-point nights ... Had a four-game goal and point streak from Apr. 17-23 (4-1=5 totals) ... Took an unsuccessful penalty shot vs. Detroit's Jimmy Howard on Feb. 5 ... Played his 1,200th NHL game on Feb. 15 vs. St. Louis and recorded his 1,100th NHL point with a goal Apr. 17 vs. Montreal ... Had his iron-man streak snapped at 454 consecutive games played (regular season and playoffs) when he did not dress on Mar. 27 vs. Columbus pending his trade ... It was his first game missed since the final game of the 2006-07 season.

2011-12: Won the team's scoring title for the 11th straight season which is an NHL record for a player with one team ... Had 17 multiple-point games, including five three-point nights ... Had an eight-game point streak from Mar. 1-15 (8-6=14 totals), which included a six-game goal streak from Mar. 4-15 (seven goals) ... Scored his 500th NHL goal on Jan. 7 vs. Minnesota, becoming the 42nd player in NHL history to reach that milestone.

2010-11: Led the club in goals and points for the ninth time in his career, ranking third overall in the NHL with 43 goals and sixth in points (86) ... Had 22 multiple-point games including his 11th and 12th career hat tricks, with three goals Nov. 19 vs. Chicago and a 3-1=4 night Apr. 6 vs. Edmonton ... Had a nine-game point streak from Nov. 29-Dec. 16 (5-7=12 totals) and a seven-game point streak from Mar. 23-Apr. 9 (10-5=15 totals) ... Took two penalty shots, stopped by Toronto's Jonas Gustavsson on Dec. 16 and scoring on Nashville's Pekka Rinne on Mar. 6 ... That penalty shot goal was his 30th of the season and he became just the tenth player in NHL history to have ten consecutive 30+ goal seasons ... Scored his 200th NHL goal Jan. 21 vs. Dallas, recorded his 500th NHL assist on Jan. 11 in Carolina, registered his 1,000th NHL point in a 2-1=3 effort on Apr. 1 in St. Louis and played his 1,100th NHL game on Mar. 23 in San Jose.

2009-10: Led the club in goals and points, his ninth straight team scoring lead ... Had 17 multiple-point games, including two four-point efforts and his ninth and tenth career hat tricks on Nov. 21 at Los Angeles and Mar. 7 in Minnesota (3-1=4) ... Had a five-game point streak from Nov. 14-23 (7-1=8 totals) ... Played his 1,000th NHL game on Feb. 5 in Florida and recorded his 900th NHL point in a 2-2=4 effort Jan. 30 vs. Edmonton.

2008-09: Led the team in assists and points with his eighth straight Flames scoring title ... Became the Flames' all-time scoring leader with his 831st career point in a 2-3=5 night on Mar. 1 vs. Tampa Bay ... Had 24 multiple-point games, including two five-point nights, career-highs for points in a game, recorded Dec. 31 vs. Edmonton and Mar. 1 vs. Tampa Bay (both 2-3=5 efforts) ... Had three four-point nights as well ... Had an eight-game point streak from Feb. 21-Mar. 8 (9-8=17 totals) ... Scored his eighth NHL hat trick on Oct. 23 in Nashville ... Played his 900th NHL game on Jan. 6 vs. San Jose, scored his 400th NHL goal Mar. 1 vs. Tampa Bay, recorded his 400th NHL assist on Nov. 20 at Colorado and registered his 800th career point with an assist Dec. 19 vs. Chicago.

2007-08: Was a finalist for the Hart Trophy as the NHL's Most Valuable Player ... Led the club in goals and points for the seventh straight season and in assists for the first time ... Recorded his second career 50-goal campaign with a career-high 98 points which ranked third overall in the league's scoring race ... Had 25 multiple-point games, including two four-point nights and his sixth and seventh career hat tricks scored Dec. 13 at Tampa Bay (3-1=4) and Mar. 22 vs. Minnesota ... Had an eight-game point streak from Oct. 30-Nov. 17 (5-5=10 totals) ... Played his 800th NHL game Nov. 22 vs. Chicago and became the franchise all-time leader in games played with his 804th as a Flame on Nov. 29 vs. Anaheim ... Recorded his 700th NHL point on Dec. 1 vs. Columbus ... Scored his 365th goal as a Flame on Mar. 10 vs. St. Louis, giving him the club's all-time lead in that category as well ... Had multiple points in four of his seven playoff games.

2006-07: Led the club in goals and points for the sixth straight season ... Had 27 multiple-point games, including four four-point nights and his fifth NHL hat trick scored Mar. 29 in Minnesota ... Had a seven-game point streak from Nov. 3-17 (3-7=10 totals) and a six-game goal and point streak from Nov. 28-Dec. 12 (7-6=13 totals) ... Took an unsuccessful penalty shot on Edmonton's Dwayne Roloson on Oct. 5 ... Tied a club record with 10 shots on goal on Mar. 15 at Dallas ... Scored his 300th NHL goal and his 600th NHL point on Dec. 7 in Minnesota ... Missed 12 games with a knee injury which limited him to 70 games, tying his career-low in a single season.

2005-06: Led the club in goals and points for the fifth straight season ... Had 15 multiple-point games, including in four straight games from Nov. 7-14 (4-5=9 totals), and the Flames were 13-1-1 in those 15 contests ... Had a seven-game point streak from Oct. 20-Nov. 1 (5-3=8 totals) ... Scored a penalty shot goal on Phoenix's Curtis Joseph on Nov. 10 ... Played his 700th NHL game on Apr. 1 at Edmonton ... Had a five-game playoff point streak from Apr. 21-29 (5-3=8 totals).

2004-05: Did not play during the NHL lockout.

2003-04: Became the 18th captain in Flames history ... Led the club in goals and points for the fourth straight season and led the NHL with 41 goals ... Finished second in the balloting for the Hart Trophy ... Had 19 multiple-point games, including his fourth career hat trick scored Feb. 3 vs. Los Angeles ... Stopped by Vancouver's Alex Auld on a penalty shot attempt on Jan. 3 ... Played his 600th NHL game on Feb. 11 at Vancouver and recorded his 500th NHL point in a two-assist effort Mar. 27 vs. Los Angeles ... Led the NHL in playoff goals with 13-9=22 totals in 26 post-season games, including 3-2=5 totals in a seven-game Stanley Cup Final series as the Flames fell to the Lightning ... Had four multiple-point playoff games and had a six-game post-season point streak from Apr. 27-May 11 (2-4=6 totals) ... Had a Gordie Howe hat trick in game three of the Final on May 29.

2002-03: Led the club in both goals and points for the third straight season ... Had 16 multiple-point games, including a career-best four-goal night on Feb. 23 at Phoenix and a 3-1=4 effort on Feb. 7 at Edmonton ... The four-goal effort included even strength, power play, shorthanded and empty net scores ... Had a six-game point streak from Feb. 23-Mar. 8 (6-3=9 totals) ... Played his 500th NHL game on Dec. 23 at Minnesota, scored his 200th NHL goal Dec. 29 vs. Anaheim and his 400th NHL point was a goal on Feb. 6 vs. Chicago ... Missed seven games to injury.

2001-02: Scored a career-high 52 goals ... Led the NHL in both goals and points, winning the Rocket Richard and Art Ross trophies ... Was runner-up in Hart Trophy balloting and was named the Lester Pearson Award winner (NHLPA MVP) as voted by NHL players ... Had 31 multiple-point games, including in five straight games from Feb. 28-Mar. 7 (6-6=12 totals) ... His season-highs were two four-point nights, including his first career hat trick scored in a 3-1=4 effort Mar. 4 at NY Rangers ... Had a 15-game point streak from Oct. 18-Nov. 22 (18-13=31 totals) and two seven-game streaks as well (Feb. 28-Mar. 11, 8-7=15 and Mar. 30-Apr. 12, 8-5=13) ... Took his first two career penalty shots, unsuccessful vs. Anaheim's Jean-Sebastien Giguere on Dec. 8 and vs. Toronto's Curtis Joseph on Jan. 22 ... Played his 400th NHL game Oct. 27 vs. Minnesota and recorded his 300th NHL point in a two-goal effort Nov. 17 vs. St. Louis.

2000-01: Took his first team scoring title and also led Calgary in goals with his first 30-goal campaign ... Had 19 multiple-point games with his season-high a 1-3=4 night on Jan. 21 vs. Detroit ... Had a six-game point streak from Mar. 17-27 (5-4=9 totals) ... Scored his 100th NHL goal Dec. 9 vs. Carolina and his 200th NHL point was a goal Oct. 12 vs. Columbus ... Missed five games to injury.

1999-2000: Was second on the club in goals and points ... Had 15 multiple-point games with his season-high a 1-3=4 effort on Feb. 26 vs. Atlanta ... Had a career-best 16-game point streak from Jan. 29-Mar. 5 (12-14=26 totals) ... Played his 300th NHL game on Mar. 11 at Los Angeles.

1998-99: Led the club in goals and was the only Flame to play in all 82 games ... Had 14 multiple-point games ... Played his 200th NHL game Jan. 30 vs. St. Louis and his 100th NHL point was a goal on Dec. 3 vs. Tampa Bay.

1997-98: Had eight multiple-point games, all two-point efforts ... Played his 100th NHL game on Nov. 9 at Detroit.

1996-97: Played his first full NHL season and was one of three players to play in all 82 Calgary games ... Led all NHL rookies in scoring with 21-29=50 totals and was runner-up in the balloting for the Calder Trophy as the league's top rookie ... Had nine multiple-point games, including three assists on Feb. 7 vs. Washington ... Recorded all of his regular season career firsts with his first goal scored in his first game, Oct. 5 at Vancouver, and his first assist recorded Oct. 14 at NY Rangers ... Began the season wearing #24 but switched to his current 12 on Jan. 2.

1995-96: Joined the Flames at the conclusion of his junior season and played in two playoff games, including his first career NHL game on Apr. 21 vs. Chicago.

JUNIORS: Played three seasons of junior hockey with Kamloops of the Western Hockey League with 102-134=246 totals in 183 career junior games ... Won two Memorial Cup championships with the Blazers, in 1993-94 and 1994-95 ... Was named WHL Player of the Year and to the First All-Star Team in 1995-96 when he recorded 63-73=136 totals in 63 games.

INTERNATIONAL: Has represented Canada in three Olympics - 2002 (3-1=4 totals and 0 PIM in six games while winning a gold medal), 2006 (2-1=3 totals with 4 PIM in six games) and 2010 (5-2=7 totals with 0 PIM in seven games, including an assist on the Gold-medal clinching overtime score) ... Played for Team Canada in the 2004 World Cup of Hockey (2-1=3 totals with 2 PIM in six games) ... Won a Gold medal with Canada in both the 1997 World Championships and the 1996 World Junior Championships (held in Boston) ... Was named a First Team All-Star and the tournament's Most Outstanding Forward at the World Juniors as he had 5-7=12 totals in six games.

AWARDS: Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (2001-02, 2003-04) ... Art Ross Trophy (2001- 02) ... Lester B. Pearson Award (2001-02) ... King Clancy Memorial Trophy (2003-04) ... NHL Foundation Award (2003-04) ... Mark Messier Leadership Award (2008-09) ... NHL All-Rookie Team (1996-97) ... NHL First All-Star Team (2001-02, 2007-08, 2008-09) ... NHL Second All-Star Team (2003-04).

TRANSACTIONS: Dallas' first pick, 11th overall, in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft ... Traded to Calgary by Dallas with Corey Millen for Joe Nieuwendyk, Dec. 19, 1995 ... Traded to Pittsburgh by Calgary for Ben Hanowski, Kenny Agostino and 2013 first round draft pick (Morgan Klimchuk), Mar. 28, 2013 ... Signed by Boston as a free agent, July 5, 2013.

ETC: Full name, Jarome Arthur-Leigh Adekunle Tig Junior Elvis Iginla ... Nickname, Iggy ... Wife, Kara; Daughter, Jade; Sons Tij and Joe ... Was a catcher on Canada's National Junior Baseball Team as a youngster ... Is a part-owner of his junior team, the Kamloops Blazers, whose ownership group also includes former Bruin Mark Recchi ... Left Calgary as the Flames' all-time leader in games played, goals and points ... Has 11 career three-goal games in addition to his career-high four goal contest and has 10 career Gordie Howe hat tricks ... Has scored 30+ goals in each of his last 11 full NHL seasons.

CONTRACT STATUS: Is in year one of a one-year contract with an NHL cap figure of $6,000,000.

NHL FIRSTS:
Game - Oct. 5, 1996 at Vancouver
Goal/Point - Oct. 5, 1996 at Vancouver
Assist - Oct. 14, 1996 at NY Rangers