Pacific Division RANK: 5
Record: 39-35-12 NHL rank: 22
Jarome Iginla#88 • RW
- Status: Off season
- Height: 6'1
- Weight: 210 lbs.
- Shoots: R
- Experience: 20 years
- Birthdate: Jul 1, 1977
- Birthplace: Edmonton, Alta.
- Drafted: Drafted by Dallas in 1995 (1/11).
- Acquired: Acquired in a trade with Colorado in 2017.
2016-17 Season Stats
|Has great strength and a lethal shot. Can overpower defenders physically or use finesse. Possesses the soft hands of a natural goal-scorer, but will also drop the gloves when necessary. He is one of the great power forwards of all time in the NHL.|
|Has been known to start off slowly out of the gate during the regular season, and his scoring streaks have become increasingly problematic as he has gotten older. Has also lost a step in terms of his skating stride. Is not as tough as he used to be.|
|Future Hall-of-Famer, natural scorer, power forward and leader.|
Career Honors & Awards
|NHL||Lester B. Pearson Award||2001-02|
|NHL||Art Ross Trophy||2001-02|
|NHL||King Clancy Memorial Trophy||2003-04|
|NHL||Maurice "Rocket" Richard||2003-04 (shared with Rick Nash and Ilya Kovalchuk), 2001-02|
|NHL||Mark Messier Leader of the Year Award||2008-09|
|NHL||First All-Star Team||2008-09, 2007-08, 2001-02|
|NHL||Second All-Star Team||2003-04|
|NHL||Named to play in the NHL All-Star Game||2011-12, 2010-11 (did not play), 2008-09, 2007-08, 2003-04, 2002-03, 2001-02|
|Memorial Cup||George Parsons Trophy||1994-95|
|Canadian Major Junior||First All-Star Team||1995-96|
|WHL||Four Broncos Memorial Trophy||1995-96|
|WHL||First All-Star Team||1995-96|
|WJC-A||The Directorate - Best Player||1995-96|
|WJC-A||Media - All-Star Team||1995-96|
|Olympic||Olympic Gold Medal||2010 (Canada), 2002 (Canada)|