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Live Stream- Jarome Iginla Press Conference

Jarome Iginla will be holding a press conference from the Saddledome in Calgary today.

It is scheduled to start at 12:30pm ET and can be viewed below and the NHL Network will be broadcasting it too.

update 1:15pm, Press conference has ended.

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Paul From Cali's avatar

Kudos to the pens for l landing Iginla, but all their moves won’t change the end result.  Philly wrote the blueprint for how to best Pittsburgh last year.  You literally have to beat them in submission and someone will do that again this year.  A western conference team will win the cup again because nobody in the east can handle the hard grinding, heavy hitting style the west plays besides Philly and they won’t be in the playoffs.  But it’ll be fun to watch Iginla play with Crosby and Malkin for a month or so.

Posted by Paul From Cali on 03/28/13 at 01:04 PM ET

redxblack's avatar

In general, I tend to agree with you. However, there are teams in the east that live for the cheap shots (MTL, BOS) that will make the playoffs and can take a penalty here and there and have a similar effect.

Posted by redxblack from Akron Ohio on 03/28/13 at 01:29 PM ET

Evilpens's avatar

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) You’re a Clown !!!!!!!!!!! the Pens Got Beat by Philly because of TERRIBLE Goaltending, Defense & a very Hot PP which the Pens kept taking stupid retaliatory penalties

Did NOT get “Beat Into Submission” but Good Hatred there

Posted by Evilpens on 03/28/13 at 03:52 PM ET

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