Calgary Flames
Colorado Avalanche
Jarome Iginla
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JaromeIginla
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
SHOOTS: Right
WEIGHT: 210
BIRTHDATE: 01/07/1977
AGE: 37
BIRTHPLACE: Edmonton, AB, CAN
DRAFTED: DAL: 1995-11 overall
AWARDS:
Art Ross Trophy (1)
NHL Foundation Player Award (1)
King Clancy Memorial Trophy (1)
Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award (1)
Ted Lindsay Award (1)
Maurice Richard Trophy (2)

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2010-11: Has the NHL's longest streak of 20+ goal seasons (12) ... 11th career hat-trick on Nov.19 ... scored his 450th career goal (Nov.22) ... scored a pair including the overtime game winner on Dec.13 ... had a season high nine game point streak (5+7) Nov.29-Dec.16 ... earned his 500th career assist on Jan.11 ... scored his 20th goal and added an assist on Jan.21 ... earned his 50th point on Feb.7, 12th consecutive season with 50+ points ... scored his 25th goal for the 12th consecutive season on Feb.14 ... had consecutive three point games on Mar.1 and 2 ... scored his 30th goal on a penalty shot on Mar.6 - only 10th player to score 30+ goals in 10 consecutive seasons ... Named NHL 1st Star of the Week Mar.7 ... cracked the NHL's top 50 goal scorers on Mar.17 at 473 ... with two goals and an assist, reached 1,000 points and the 80 point plateau for 5th time ... had his 12th career hat-trick and hit the 40+ goal plateau for the 4th time (tying J. Nieuwendyk) on Apr.6

2009-10: NHL First Star of the Week Nov.1-7 ... scored his third game winning goal in the past four games on Nov.10 ... hat-trick (9th career) on Nov.21... pair of assist for second consecutive game on Nov.28 ... third consecutive multi-point game (1+1) on Nov.30 ... NHL's First Star November with 13 goals and seven assists in 14 games. ... NHL's top goal scorer (13) and point earning (20) for November ... scored his 20th goal on Dec.27 ... named to Canada's Olympic team on Dec.30 ... passed Fleury for 2nd spot on Flames assist leaders (467) on Jan.28 ... four points (2+2) and +4 on Jan.30 ... played his 1000th game for the Flames on Feb.5 ... netted his 25th goal (11th straight season with 25+ goals) on Feb.11 ... won an Olympic gold medal (CAN), assisted on the winning goal ... 10th career hat-trick on Mar.7 - passed Gary Roberts for 61st spot on NHL all time goal scorers list

2008-09:
Registered his first multi-point game and a "Gordie Howe Hat-trick" with a PPG and an assist on Oct.14 COL 4 @ CGY 5 ... registered his first hat-trick of the season on Oct.23 CGY 5 @ NSH 3 ... registered his second three point night (1+2) on Oct.25 CGY 4 @ PHX 1 ... Named as the NHL's First Star of the Week (5+2=7) Oct.18-25 ... had four points (2+2) including the game winning goal on Nov.6 NSH 6 @ CGY 7 ... earned his 400th career NHL assist on Nov.20 CGY 1 @ COL 0 ... scored two goals and added two assists on Dec.16 CGY 6 @ STL 3 - it is the third consecutive year that he has recorded four points (2+2) on Dec.16 ... recorded his 800th career point with an assist on Dec.19 CHI 3 @ CGY 2 (OT) ... registered a career high five point game (2+3) on Dec.31 EDM 4 @ CGY 6 ... played in his 900th career game on Jan.6 SJ 2 @ CGY 5 ... scored his first career NHL All-Star goal (Team West) on Jan.25 in Montreal ... scored a goal and an assist on Feb.17 VAN 4 @ CGY 3 (SO), the two points moves him past Al MacInnis in to 2nd place on the Calgary Flames all time points list at 823 ... registered his 3rd four point (2+2) game of the season on Feb.24 CLB 1 @ CGY 4 ... picked up an assist on Feb.27 MIN 1 @ CGY 4 ... became the all time franchise leader in points picking up an assist on Craig Conroy's goal at 8:07 of the 2nd period, tied a career high in points for a game at five (2+3), and scored his 400th career goal on March 1 TB 8 @ CGY 6 ... recorded his 30th goal of the season on March 8 CGY 2 @ ATL 5, this is the 8th consecutive season in a row he has hit the 30 goal mark ... had a team high eight game scoring streak Feb.Feb.21-Mar.10 (9+8) ... scored his 35th goal of the season on Apr.3 CGY 1 @ VAN 4, this marks the 7th consecutive year he has reached the 35 goal plateau

2007-08: Led all Flames in goals (50), assists (48), points (98) which was also a new career high, games played (82) +/- (+27), game winning goals (9) power play goals (9), and shots (338) ... registered a team high 25 multi-point games … finished 3rd in NHL in scoring (98), goals (50), game winning goals (9), 4th in shots (338), T-8th in power play goals (15) T-9th in +/- (+27) … had the Flames longest goals streak (Dec. 11-18 five games long) and the longest points streak (Oct. 30 – Nov. 17, five goals and five assists in eight games) … was named the NHL's second Star of the Week (Oct. 15-21) registering 3G, 5A in three games ... was the Flames Molson Cup winner for the month of October (donating $1000 to Juvenile Diabetes) ... surpassed Theoren Fleury for 2nd spot amongst all time Flames in games played with 792 games on Nov. 3 CGY 1 @ MIN 4 ... played in his 800th career NHL game on Nov. 22 CHI 2 @ CGY 1 ... set the all ime franchise record for games played at 804 (surpassing Al MacInnis) on Nov. 29 ANA 4 @ CGY 1 ... recorded his 700th career point on Dec. 1 CLB 4 @ CGY 3 (OT) … was named as the NHL's first Star of the Week (Dec. 10-16) registering seven goals (2 GWG) and three assists in four games (all road wins) ... scored his 25th goal of the campaign (50th point) on Dec. 27 CGY 3 @ VAN 5 ... won the Molson Cup for the month of December (donating $1000 to Doctors Without Boarders) ... voted to the NHL's Western  Conference Starting Line-up for the All-Star Game for the first time on Jan. 8... Named as the team captain for the Western Conference All-Star Team on Jan. 16 ... registered one assist at the 2008 NHL All-Star game on Jan. 27 ... scored the game winner and added an insurance goal to tie Theo Fleury at 364 for the all-time goal leader with the Calgary Flames on Mar. 1 CGY 3 @ PHX 1 ... scored his 365th goal as a Flame making him the all-time franchise goal scoring leader, also added two assists on Mar. 10 STL 3 @ CGY 7 ... registered his second hat-trick of the season on Mar. 22 MIN 4 @ CGY 5 ... was awarded the J.R.
McCaig Award ... scored his 50th goal of the season on Apr. 5 CGY 7 @ VAN 1 (the last game of the season), marking the second time in his career he has reached the 50 goal plateau … Won the Molson Cup three star Award … was runner up for the Hart trophy … PLAYOFFS: Led the Flames in goals (4), assists (5), points (7), power play goals (3), and average ice time amongst forwards (22:42) … registered four multi-point games out of seven during the post season

2006-07: 1st on team in points (94), goals (34), time on ice amongst forwards (22:03), shots (264), game inning goals (7), and T-2nd in PPG (13) and 2nd in assists (55) … finished 11th in NHL goal scoring (39), 12th in points (94), and 17th in assists (55) … Flames were 20-7-0-2 when scoring … notched 27 MP games … registered his 300th career assist on Dec.5 vs. CAR (W 3-0) … scored his 300th career goal, and 600th career point on Dec.7 @ MIN (L/SO 3-2) ...missed 12 games due to a knee injury, and tied a career low with 70 games played… had his largest offensive output of the season with two goals and two assists, led the Flames with a +3 and shots (4) on Dec.12 vs. MIN (W 5-2), and was named the games 1st star for the third consecutive game ... had his second four point night in the past three games with two goals and two assists, including the game winning goal on Dec.16 @ PHX (W 6-3), and was named the games 1st star for the fourth time in five games ... was named the NHL’s First Star for the month of December registering GP:15 G:10 A:16 PTS:26 PIM:4 +/-: +9 ... scored his 23rd goal of the season and left the game with a knee injury on Jan.4 vs. FLA (W/OT 5-4) ... had a three point night (1+2) in his first game back after missing 11 games with a knee injury on 2/2/07 vs. CLB (W 6-2), and was named the game 3rd star ... tied a season high in goals (2) and points (4), including scoring his 100th career power play goal, scoring the game winning goal, and passing Joe Nieuwendyk for 2nd spot on the all time Flames goal scorers list on Feb.24 vs. SJ (W 7-4), and was named the games 1st star ... scored the winning goal in the shoot out to give the Flames its first shoot out victory of the season on 2/28/07 vs. MIN (W 2-1 SO) ... was the winner of the Molson Cup Standings for the month of February, and named Doctor’s Without Borders as the recipient of the $1000 donated on his behalf ... tied a Flames team record high with 10 shots on  Mar.15 @ DAL (L 4-2), and was named as the games 2nd star ... scored a hat-trick (the only Flames hat-trick of the season) on Mar.29 @ MIN (W 4-2), and was named as the games 1st star … finished the season 3rd on the all time Flames points list (664), 2nd on the Flames all-time goals list (324), 4th on the Flames all-time assists list (340), and 3rd on the Flames all time games played list (778) … PLAYOFFS: played in all six games vs. DET leading the Flames with four points (2g, 2a)... registered his first multi-point game of the 2007 playoffs with two assists on Apr.19 vs. DET (W 3-2)

2005-06 - One of only four Flames to appear in all 82 games leading the team with 67 points … 1st on team in points, goals, PP goals, shots, 2nd in assists, 2nd in PP points and T-3rd in GW goals … scored 31 points on the PP and three points while SH … Flames were 18-7-4 when scoring … notched 15 MP games – Flames were 13-1-1 during these games … Flames were 6-0-0 when posting a multiple goal games and 4-0-0 with more than one assist in a game … scored his 35th goal and added an assist on Apr. 17 at ANA ... surpassed Gary Suter for 4th place on the Flames all-time points with a goal and assist on Apr. 8 at VAN ... posted his 500th NHL career PIM on Apr. 3 vs. DET ... played in his 700th career game on Apr. 1 at EDM ... posted two assists including one on the GWG on Mar. 31 vs. COL - 2nd assist tied him for 5th on the Flames all-time points list with Kent Nilsson (562) ... scored two goals (his 29th and 30th of the season - 5th time he has reached the 30th goal mark) on Mar. 13 vs. COL ... scored two goals and added an assist passing Guy Chouinard for 6th on the Flames all-time points leaders (530) on Dec. 7 at NJ ... scored the GW/PP/penalty shot goal while adding two assists and a fight (to complete the ‘Gordie Howe Hat Trick’) on Nov. 10 at PHX - was also his first successful penalty shot goal ... scored his 258th goal as a Flame to move ahead of Gary Roberts for third on the club’s all-time goal list while adding a PP assist on the GW goal ... posted an assist on Oct. 10 at COL surpassing Gary Roberts for 7th on the Flames all-time points list (506) ...averaged 21:41 of ice-time … PLAYOFFS: played in all seven games vs. ANA leading the  Flames with eight points (5g, 3a) … 1st on the team in points, goals, T-4th in assists, T-3rd in +/- (+3), 4th in PIMs and 1st in shots (24) … was T-7th in NHL in points and T-4th in goals after first round … scored a SH goal and added a PP assist in GM2 vs. ANA on Apr. 23 … scored both Flames goals in GM4 at ANA on
Apr. 27 … scored a PP goal and the GW goal in GM5 vs. ANA on Apr. 29... 2004-05 - represented Canada at the World Cup of Hockey …

2003-04 - led the Flames in goals (41), points (73), +/- (+21), GW goals (10), PP goals (8), SH goals (4), GT goals (1), Shots (265) and 2nd in assists (32) … nominated for the Hart Trophy … T-1st in the NHL in goals (41), T-16th in points (73), T-4th in SH goals (4), T-6th in SH points (5), T-1st in GW goals (10) and 9th in shots (265) … named runner-up for Offensive Player-of-the-Week (OPW) for the week of Mar 1-7 with six points in four games ... named runner-up for the OPW (Feb. 9-15) with six points in four games ... played in the Western Conference Team for the 2004 NHL All-Star Game … posted 31 points at home and 42 on the road … notched 21 PP points and five while SH … Flames were 23-5-3-1 when scoring and 15-1-2-1 when posting a MP game (posted 19 during season) … scored his 41st goal to tie for the Rocket Richard Trophy on Apr. 4 at ANA ... recorded two assists including his 500th NHL career point on Mar. 27 vs. LA... scored two goals, including the GW, and added an assist to finish the night +4 on Mar. 2 at STL ... scored the GW goal and added anassist in his 600th career game on Feb. 11 at VAN ... posted his 4th career hat-trick and 1st at the Saddledome on Feb. 3 vs. LA ...scored two goals and added an assist on Jan. 30 vs. CHI (2nd goal was 230th of career passing Kent Nilsson for 4th on Flames all-time goals list) ... recorded two assists to pass Paul Reinhart for 9th place on the Flames all-time points list on Nov. 27 vs. COL ... scored a goal on Nov. 9 at CLB to tie Al MacInnis for sixth place on the Flames all-time goal list (213) ... posted a “Gordie Howe Hat Trick” with a goal, an assist and a fight while also adding another assist on Oct. 25 at EDM ... named team Captain on Oct. 8 … averaged 21:18 of
ice-time … missed one game due to injury … voted the Best Hockey Player at the ESPY Awards … PLAYOFFS: posted 22 points in 26 games … led the Flames in goals (13), points (22), +/- (+13), PP goals (4), SH goals (2), T-1st in GW goals (3), 3rd in assists (9) and 3rd in PIMs (45) … 1st in NHL in goals (13), T-1st in SH goals (2), 2nd in +/- (+13) … led the Flames with eight points (5g, 3a) in seven games vs.
VAN ... scored two goals and assisted the OT/PP winner in Game 7 on Apr. 19 at VAN ... posted four MP games and a six game scoring streak from Apr. 27-Ma7 11 (2g, 4a) … scored the GW goal and posted a PP assist on Apr. 15 at VAN ... scored one goal and added three assists in six games vs. DET ... assisted the OT winner in Game 6 vs. DET ... assisted the GW goal in Game 5 on May 1 at DET ... played
in all six games in the Western Conference Championship vs. SJ leading the Flames with four goals, a +6 rating while also posting an assist ... scored the GW/SH goal and went +2 in Game 5 at SJ on May 17 ... assisted the OT winner in GAME 1 at SJ on May 9 … led the Flames with five points in the Stanley Cup Finals vs. TV … scored a goal, assisted the OT winner, went +2 and lead all skaters with 30:54 of ice-time in Game 5 at TB on June 3 ... scored a PP goal, added a PP assist on the GW goal and recorded a fight to complete the Gordie Howe Hat Trick (goal, assist & fight) in Game 3 vs. TB on May 29 ... scored the GW/SH goal in his first Stanley Cup Final appearance in game one at TB on May 25 …

2002-03 - led the Flames in points (67), 2nd in assists (32) and 1st in goals (35) … recorded 32 points (14g, 18a) at home and 35 points (21g, 14a) on the road … Flames were 13-11-4-0 when scoring a goal … posted 16 MP
games, four MG games and five MA games; Flames were 10-4-2-0 during MP games … posted a “Gordie Howe Hat Trick” with a goal, an assist and a fight on Mar. 18 at LA ... scored a career high four goals including his 200th career NHL goal (PP, SH, EV & EN) and was a +3 on Feb. 23 at PHX ... scored his 2nd career hat-trick and added an assist on Feb. 7 at EDM ... scored his 400th NHL career point.  (goal) on Feb. 6 vs. CHI ... averaged 21:25 minutes of ice-time … missed seven games due to injury … posted an assist for the Western Conference team and came in second in the hardest shot competition at the 2003 All-Star Weekend … named the 2002 Calgary Booster Club Male Athlete of the Year …

2001-02 - won the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s leading point scorer and the Maurice Rocket Richard Trophy as the NHL’s leading goal scorer – also captured the Lester B. Pearson Award as the NHLPA’s MVP as voted on by the other NHL players … led the NHL in points (96) and goals (52), 2nd in PP goals (16), T-6th in PP points (30), T-7th in GT goals (2), T-9th in GW goals (7), 4th in shots (311) and T-7th in +/- (+27) … 1st on the team in points (96), goals (52), +/- (+27) and 2nd in assists (44) … named NHL Player of the Month for November after scoring 18 points (12 goals, 6 assists) in 12 games ... named NHL Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 22-28 posting 11 points (4g, 7a) and a +5 rating in four games … won the Molson Cup (3-Star Selections) and Scurfield Humanitarian Award for the second consecutive season … recorded 31 MP games, 11 MG games and 11 MA games – team was 20-3-5-2 when posting a MP game … Flames were 23-10-5-2 when scoring a goal … scored his 50th and 51st goals of the season on Apr. 7 at CHI (8th time a Calgary Flame has scored 50+ goal – and only NHL player to score 50 goals in 2001-02 season) ... scored his 1st NHL career hat trick (natural), added an assist and went +4 on Mar. 4 at NYR … posted 31 points (18g, 13a) in 15 games (tied-longest streak in NHL during season) from Oct. 18-Nov. 22 … scored two goals on Nov. 20 vs. Los Angeles (2nd goal was his 300th NHL career point) ... recorded a “Gordie Howe Hat Trick” with a goal, an assist and a fight (also added another assist) on Oct. 10 at DET – for the 2nd time in his career (1st also vs. DET) …

2000-01 – 1st on the team in points (71), 1st in goals (31), 2nd in assists (40), 2nd in shots (209), 1st in GT goals (3) and t-2nd in PP goals (10) … led the team in PP points (28) … the Flames were 12-10-4-1 when scoring a goal … posted 19 MP games: Flames were 10-5-4-0 when posting a MP game … scored his 30th goal of the season for the 1st time in his career on Mar. 25 at CHI … scored a career high four points (1g, 3a) on Jan. 21 vs. DET (also recorded a fighting major to complete the “Gordie Howe” Hat-Trick with a goal, an assist and a fight) … scored his 100th NHL career goal on Dec. 9 vs. CAR … named and assistant captain on Dec. 7 … missed five games due to injury … donated $1,000 for each goal scored during the season to KidSport Calgary ($31,000) …

1999-00 - named FedEx/NHL Player of the Month for Feb. recording 21 points (10g, 11a) in 12 games … finished 2nd on the team in goals (29), 2nd in points (63), second in GW goals (4), third in PP points (23) and 3rd in assists (34) ... posted 15 MP games … recorded a career high four points (1g, 3a) on Feb. 26 vs. ATL ... posted a 16 game point scoring streak (longest streak in the NHL that season) posting 26 points (12g, 14a) from Jan. 29-Mar. 5 ... agreed to terms with the Flames on Oct. 8 … scored 37 points
(17g, 20a) at home and 26 points (12g, 14a) on the road … missed two games due to injury and three due to being unsigned …

1998-99 - was the only Flame to play in all 82 games … finished 1st in goals (28), 2nd in shots (211) and T-2nd in PP goals (7), GW goals (4) and GT goals (1) … 4th on the team in points (51) … recorded 14 MP games, including three points (1g, 2a) on Mar. 9 at STL … scored four-two goal games … posted three consecutive MP games from Mar. 5–9 posting seven points (2g, 5a) in that span … 1997-98 - recorded eight MP games … played in his 100th NHL career game on Nov. 9th at DET … scored the Flames 1st goal of the season for the second consecutive year …

1996-97 - played in his first NHL season, appearing in all 82 regular season games for the Flames (one of only three Flames) ... led all NHL rookies in points with 50 (21g, 29a), 3rd in goals (21), 3rd in assists (29) and 1st in PP goals (8) ... runner-up for the Calder Trophy for the NHL’s most outstanding rookie ... collected nine MP games, including three assists on Feb. 7 vs. WSH ... went +6 in three games from Jan. 4-9 ... changed his jersey number from 24 to 12 on Jan. 2, 1997 … 1995-96 – PLAYOFFS: appeared in his first NHL career playoff game Apr. 21, 1996 vs. CHI...recorded two points (1g, 1a) in two playoff appearances.

INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

2009-10: Led the 2010 Winter Olympics in goals (5) and won his second Olympic gold medal with Team Canada, the other in 2002... assisted on Sidney Crosby’s overtime game-winning “golden goal” in the gold medal game versus the United States.2006 – scored two goals and added an assist in six games with Canada at the 2006 Winter Olympics … 2004 – captured the World Cup of Hockey Championship with Team Canada posting two goals and one assist in six games … 2002 - won a Gold Medal with Team Canada at the 2002 Winter Olympics scoring three goals and adding an assist in six games – scored three points (2g, 1a) in the Gold Medal win over the US … 1997 - represented Canada’s gold-medal team at the 1997 World Championships ... 1996 - led Canada to the gold medal at the 1996 World Jr. Hockey Championships in Boston, MA with 12 points (5g, 7a) in six games ... at World Junior Championships, earned First All-Star Team honours, named the Tournament’s Most Outstanding Forward, and was the scoring champion.

JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
Played three seasons in the Western Hockey League scoring 246 points (102g, 134a) in 183 games … won two Memorial Cup championships with Kamloops Blazers in ‘93-’94 and ‘94-’95 ... 1995-96 - recorded 136 points (63g, 73a) in 63 games with Kamloops, ranked fourth in the WHL ... posted seven points vs. the Seattle Thunderbirds Feb. 9 (1g, 6a)...named WHL Player-of-the-Year and named to WHL’s First All-Star Team ... 1994-95 – posted 18 points in the playoffs during Kamloops second straight  Memorial Cup Championship … won the George Parsons Trophy for sportsmanship … 1993-94 – played in his rookie season in the WHL posting 39 points in 48 games … recorded nine points in the playoffs en-route to his first Memorial Cup Championship.