It will be an emotional night for Jarome Iginla on Tuesday when the Boston Bruins' right wing returns to Scotiabank Saddledome for the first time since the Calgary Flames traded him on March 28, an organization he represented for 16 seasons.
The future Hall of Famer practiced with the Bruins in Calgary on Monday and afterwards admitted he isn't sure what to expect.
"I don't have a lot of expectations. I hope it's positive," Iginla said of what will go through his head while his Bruins face the Flames (9:30 p.m. ET, TSN, NESN). "I had great experiences here. I love playing here. I'm going to enjoy playing here [Tuesday] being back at the Saddledome. I hope it's positive. I don't know, but I don't have a lot of expectations or anything. I just want to enjoy it. It's a thrill for me too and it will be for my family. It'll be something different. I imagine it'll be a little bit different at the start, but it'll be cool."
Here's a closer look at the action Tuesday: