Jarome Iginla

Twelve years ago today, Jarome Iginla set up Sidney Crosby for the Golden Goal

It’s now been exactly 12 years since the Calgary Flames’ legendary No. 12 helped give Canada’s national men’s hockey team an Olympic gold medal on home ice. On Feb. 28, 2010, Team Canada defeated the United States in the final game of the men’s ice hockey tournament at the Vancouver Winter Olympics.
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10 years ago today, Jarome Iginla scored his 500th NHL goal

During his time with the Calgary Flames, Jarome Iginla was one of the most feared players in the National Hockey League for many reasons. Iginla’s one-timer was the stuff of legend and he had surprisingly soft hands for a power forward. He also had a knack for punishing his opponents with hard, clean hits and standing toe-to-toe in fights with some of the league’s heavyweights.
The Hockey News

WHL's Thunderbirds Select Son of Jarome Iginla

The next generation of Iginla dominance is about to hit the hockey world. The Seattle Thunderbirds made sure of that on Thursday afternoon, selecting Tij Iginla, son of Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Jarome Iginla, with the ninth overall pick in the 2021 WHL entry draft. Iginla, who turned 15...
Sports Illustrated

Jarome Iginla Gets His Moment in the Hall

"I probably wasn't your typical hockey kid." "My dad immigrated to Canada from Nigeria, my mom came from Oregon, but once I started hockey with St. Albert minor hockey at age seven, I was hooked, and I wanted to be a hockey player that dreamt of being in the NHL".
Sporting News

Jarome Iginla, Marian Hossa headline 2020 Hockey Hall of Fame class

After a long delay, the Hockey Hall of Fame will be inducting its 2020 class on Monday. Named back in June 2020, the scheduled November ceremony was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, a 2021 class was not selected, thus providing this group of inductees with a standalone ceremony.

Jarome Iginla created a great legacy in hockey (and he’s still adding to it)

According to the man himself, just making the National Hockey League would have been enough. Growing up as a young fan in St. Albert, Jarome Iginla didn’t fit the traditional mold of a what a hockey player was. Heck, he didn’t even have a jersey or socks when he showed up to his first try-out. But decades later, he has firmly established a legacy for himself as one of the game’s best competitors, most inspirational figures, and best people.

The Tinderbox, Ep. 64: The Flames Road Woes, Jarome Iginla and The Whacky Pacific

We’ve got another jam packed episode of The Tinderbox today as Mark and Michael discuss all that’s going on in the Flames Universe currently. If you like this podcast you can download it on Spotify, iTunes and Google Podcast. Episode 64, Hosted By: Mark & Michael. -Recap of Flames and...

Jarome Iginla receives commemorative Hockey Hall of Fame ring

Jarome Iginla received his commemorative ring on Friday as a member of the 2020 class of inductees into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Iginla, 44, was selected to enter the Hall in his first year of eligibility after playing his final National Hockey League season in 2016–17. He enters the Hall as part of the class of 2020 alongside Kim St-Pierre, Marian Hossa, Kevin Lowe, Ken Holland, and Doug Wilson.

Frei column: Jarome Iginla, Hall of Famer … even in twilight with Avalanche

After learning in June 2020 of his selection for induction in the Hockey Hall of Fame, Jarome Iginla has waited nearly 17 months. He and the other five members of the Class of 2020 — Doug Wilson, Kim St-Pierre, Kevin Lowe, Marian Hossa and Ken Holland — finally will be inducted in the pandemic-delayed ceremony in Toronto Monday.

Jarome Iginla Gets His HHOF Ring

The Hockey Hall Of Fame is having it's induction ceremony Monday night (TSN in Canada, NHL Network in US) and the festivities kicked off this afternoon. Former Flames legend Jarome Iginla is being inducted on Monday and this afternoon he received his HHOF ring to get the festivities going. Iginla...

New Hockey Hall of Famer Jarome Iginla doesn't dwell on what could have been

TORONTO – Standing at the front of the Hockey Hall of Fame’s Great Hall, sporting the coveted ring he was just presented, Jarome Iginla was asked if he was robbed. Robbed of a Stanley Cup, or the Hart Trophy, which both slipped through his fingers by the narrowest of margins.

Flames legend and 2020 Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Jarome Iginla turns 44

Jarome Iginla, the third player to have his number retired by the Calgary Flames, turns 44 today. Iginla spent parts of 17 seasons with the Flames after debuting with the team during the 1995-96 playoffs. While wearing his iconic No. 12 in Calgary, he racked up 525 goals and 1,095 points in 1,219 regular-season games (all franchise records).