Iginla will fit better into Boston's system than he did in Pittsburgh. He is a talented guy with a great shot, but he made his fame by being a guy that was hard to play against. He has lost a step in that area, but being with the rest of those dirty scrubs in Boston should help boost that portion of his game.
I find it funny that people question his conditioning.. there is a difference between being out of shape and just being slow.. Iggy's speed has never been a strong point.
Bit of a steep price the Pens paid for his services, but I think in the end both sides will be better off. I was just starting to get used to seeing him in a Pens jersey too.. I did not expect Boston, and am not a big fan of their team make up or style of play. Going to be a tough pill to swallow but I still want to see him win a Cup.
I guess from this point on we will be enemies
I had a lot of fun on this board and want to thank everyone for their great hospitality. I might still check in from time to time but my opinion on anything Pittsburgh will be very uninformed
I look forward to being corrected...
Best of luck in the upcoming season.