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06:09 PM ET 03.26 | With the aggressive moves from the Pittsburgh Penguins over the course of the last few days, all eyes are on the Boston Bruins. With Pittsburgh upgrading on offense and defense with the addition of forward Brenden Morrow and defenseman Douglas Murray, the Penguins have displayed a desire to contend for the Stanley Cup. With that in mind, Boston is believed to be the primary suitor for the services of Calgary Flames captain Jarome Iginla to supplement their top-six forward group. However, the price will be steep as the Flames are asking for a first-round draft selection, a top prospect and secondary prospect.

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March 26, 2013  06:24 PM ET

Go Habs!

March 26, 2013  07:59 PM ET

If Jay Feaster can get his hands on Seguin, Peverley and a 1st round pick, he'll be drooling all over himself. Will Pete Chiarelli pay such steep price? Will Neely let him?

March 26, 2013  09:34 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

If Jay Feaster can get his hands on Seguin, Peverley and a 1st round pick, he'll be drooling all over himself. Will Pete Chiarelli pay such steep price? Will Neely let him?

I don't think so. I'd like to see Iginla here but not at such a high price. If we can get a couple cylinders moving on this team we'll do all right. There are others out there that add depth. We don't need a star!

March 26, 2013  10:09 PM ET
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If Jay Feaster can get his hands on Seguin, Peverley and a 1st round pick, he'll be drooling all over himself. Will Pete Chiarelli pay such steep price? Will Neely let him?

Um... there's NO way we'd give them Seguin... It's never been brought up, and it would never, ever happen.

March 26, 2013  10:15 PM ET

All eyes are on the Boston Bruins. Not me I'm kind of turned around facing the other way.

March 27, 2013  12:05 AM ET

I hope Chicago ends up with him......but that seems to be more and more of a remote possibility.

March 27, 2013  04:45 AM ET

I hate to tell all of you this, but Iggy is not the Iggy of 4 years ago and is not worth what Feaster and the Flames are asking for. I think the price is way too high for what the Flames are asking.

 
March 27, 2013  04:47 AM ET

I hate to tell all of you this, but Iggy is not the Iggy of 4 years ago and is not worth what Feaster and the Flames are asking for. I think the price is way too high for what the Flames are asking.

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