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BY THE NUMBERS: JAROME IGINLA

Jarome Iginla's production throughout his career was staggering

by TORIE PETERSON @ToriePeterson / CalgaryFlames.com

Jarome Iginla propelled the Flames for parts of 16 seasons with his incredible skill, tenacity, leadership and dedication.

Here's a quick rundown of his accomplishments throughout his career:

Junior: Kamloops Blazers (1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96)

  • 102 goals, 134 assists, 236 points in 183 regular-season games (1.29 points-per-game average)
  • 26 goals, 30 assists, 56 points in 56 playoff games (point-per-game average)
  • A two-time Memorial Cup champion (1993-94, 1994-95)
  • WHL Player Of The Year (1995-96)

NHL: (1996-97 through 2016-17)

  • Drafted 11th overall by the Dallas Stars in 1995
  • Traded to Calgary with Corey Millen for Joe Nieuwendyk on Dec. 20, 1995
  • Made his NHL debut in the 1996 Stanley Cup Playoffs after his season concluded with the Kamloops Blazers
  • 625 goals, 675 points, 1,300 points in 1,554 regular-season games (0.84 points-per-game average)
  • 37 goals, 31 assists, 68 points in 81 playoff games (0.84 points-per-game average)
  • 4,759 shots on goal in the regular season, 241 shots on goal in the playoffs
  • 101 regular-season game-winning goals, 7 playoff game-winning goals
  • 1,040 regular season PIM, 98 playoff PIM
  • Iginla's 625 career goals are the most in the league since the 1996-97 season
  • With Calgary, Iginla scored 525 goals, 570 assists and 1,095 points in 1,219 games
  • He scored 83 game-winning goals with the Flames
  • Iginla netted 161 powerplay goals with Calgary
  • He put 3,992 shots on goal during his tenure in Calgary
  • Iginla is the Flames franchise leader in points, goals, games played, game-winning goals, powerplay goals and shots on goal
  • He ranks second in assists and third in hat-tricks (12) in Calgary franchise history
  • Iginla is 1 of 21 players to score 500-plus goals with a single franchise
  • He won the Art Ross Trophy when he scored 52 goals, 44 assists and 96 points in 82 regular-season games in 2001-02
  • Iginla received the Maurice Richard Trophy following the 2001-02 and 2003-04 seasons
  • Iginla won the Ted Lindsay Award in 2001-02
  • He also collected the King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 2003-04
  • Iginla was named the Mark Messier Leadership Award winner in 2008-09

Video: Check out some of Iggy's best snipes

International Career: Team Canada

  • Nations Cup gold medalist (1993-94)
  • IIHF World Junior Championship gold medalist (1996)
  • World Championship gold medalist (1997)
  • Olympic gold medalist (2002, 2010)
  • World Cup Of Hockey gold medalist (2004-05)
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