Jarome Iginla Says Stop Off in Pittsburgh Was Valuable in Learning to Adapt to New Teammates With Bruins (Video)


Jarome Iginla spent his first 15 seasons in the NHL with one team. Now, suddenly he’s wearing his third different sweater in just six months.

The former Flame said his stop off in Pittsburgh was valuable in learning to adapt to new teammates. He’s carrying that knowledge with him to Boston, where he’ll have to learn some new faces.

Iginla also said having a whole training camp with his new teammates will be valuable. He had to learn on the fly with the Penguins after being traded at the end of the season.

To hear more from Iginla, watch the video from NESN Sports Today above.

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