Jarome Iginla traded to Kings from Avalanche

Posted March 03, 2017

Reports, per Pierre LeBrun of ESPN, claim that the deal will send a conditional fourth round pick in 2018 to the Avalanche for the veteran forward - and TSN's Bob McKenzie adds that the deal will see the Avalanche retain 50 percent of Iginla's salary. The move follows months of trade speculation where Iginla was expected to waive his no-movement clause for the opportunity to play for a postseason-bound team.

Iginla, 39 has appeared in 61 games with the Avalanche this season, scoring eight goals and recording 10 assists.

With 1,291 career National Hockey League points and 1,535 career National Hockey League games under his belt, Iginla inarguably brings a tremendous amount of veteran experience and scoring know-how to the Kings.

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Iginla served as captain with Calgary for nine seasons and led the Flames to the 2004 Stanley Cup Finals.

Although he's never been back to the Finals, Iginla has built himself a Hall of Fame career with 525 goals and 1,095 points in 1,219 career games.

The 39-year-old spent the first 15 and a half years of his career in Calgary, but then at the deadline in 2013, the Flames dealt him to Pittsburgh.

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Jarome Iginla's tough-luck pursuit of an elusive Stanley Cup rages on. Or they got Iginla for nothing.

No doubt Iginla will provide something, Sutter may choose to use his sniping skills for the Kings power play which is now in the bottom ten at 24th. Los Angeles is ranked 25th in goals per game and 23rd in power-play percentage. While the Kings are outside of the playoffs entering Wednesday's games, they sit just one point behind St. Louis for the second wild-card spot in the Western Conference.

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