Jarome Iginla retires after 20-year career

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I remember starting hockey at age 7 and going to my first try and dreaming of how great it would be and it’s been even better these he’s 20 years in the NHL it’s been better and I’m excited for a tire in my family but I’m going to miss miss all of you and all of this with 625 gold and 675 assists he played more than 1,200 games with a flame before being traded to Pittsburgh in 2013 but one of his greatest moments came with Team Canada passing the park to Sidney Crosby for the Golden Goal at the 2010 Olympics Flames teammate Craig Conroy as nice as his off the AC was it a true competitor on the ice and whatever if it was you we need to fight if we need a big head if we needed a big ol I mean he was there to do it for about 3 or 4 years I don’t think there’s a better player in the NHL again with his immediate future we spent being a full-time husband and father but he’s not ruling out a possible future role in NHL management
Calgary Flames legend Jarome Iginla announced his retirement from hockey after a 20-year career. Iginla tallied 625 goals and 675 assists in 1,554 games with the Flames, Pittsburgh Penguins, Boston Bruins, Colorado Avalanche and Los Angeles Kings.

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