The Process of Trading Jarome Iginla Has Begun - Part 2
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03-24-2013, 01:05 AM
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I don't know why everyone has discounted the possibility of a sign and trade.
Not only does it give Calgary more flexibility in a trade but it also gives Iginla some stability moving forward. In all honesty it becomes a huge positive for all three parties involved (albeit the acquiring team will have to give up more assets).
He is only 35 years old and has plenty of productive hockey to be played.
The only thing that does for Iginla is give him insurance against sustaining a career ending injury between now and July 1st.
Otherwise it simply takes away his options, as teams would be lining up for him in free agency. If I were Iginla, I tell Feaster where I'd like to go as a rental, play that out in search for the cup, and then after the season decide if I like that situation enough - team, city, organization etc. - that I will bring my family there for the reminder of my career.
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