The Process of Trading Jarome Iginla Has Begun - Part 2
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03-22-2013, 02:55 PM
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Sorry to say, but it's true. Iggy isn't who he once was. In his prime, he is better than Neal and Kunitz, but now Neal is clearly better, and Kunitz is arguable.
In the best season of his career, Chris Kunitz netted 61 points. The last time Iginla scored LESS than 61 points was in 1998.
James Neal was a 25 goal scorer until he put up 40 next to Malkin. I couldn't be happier to have Neal on the Pens, but I'm not delusional enough to see him as anything more than a one-dimensional sniper.
If you want to argue that Iginla is not a long-term solution because he's 35 years old, that's one thing. But to argue that Neal and Chris friggin' Kunitz are better players is disgusting.
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