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Ray Shero thought Jarome Iginla was going to become a Bruin

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06:15 PM ET 03.28 | When most East coast hockey fans went to bed on Wednesday night, they believed that Jarome Iginla was going to be the newest member of the Boston Bruins. When they woke up, they learned that he was a Pittsburgh Penguin. While Penguins general manager Ray Shero wasn???t asleep yet, he was also under the impression that Iginla was going to become a Bruin. That is, until Calgary Flames general manager Jay Feaster called him to tell him that Iginla could become a Penguin. For Shero, the addition of Iginla was an opportunity too good to pass up and he acted accordingly to improve his already impressive roster.

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March 28, 2013  06:30 PM ET

Would have been big fun if he announced it!!!

March 28, 2013  06:52 PM ET

Even the Bruins announcers were talking about it, who was leaving when Iggy showed up. Wow a bone head play if I ever heard one.

March 28, 2013  07:12 PM ET
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Even the Bruins announcers were talking about it, who was leaving when Iggy showed up. Wow a bone head play if I ever heard one.

Listening to Chiarelli talk, it sounds like he'd put in an order for those Stanley Cup rings too.

 
March 29, 2013  12:14 AM ET
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Listening to Chiarelli talk, it sounds like he'd put in an order for those Stanley Cup rings too.

stranger things have happened (than Boston winning Stanley).

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