Jarome Iginla signed with Colorado in part because he liked the idea of playing for executive vice president Joe Sakic.
The Boston Bruins weren't willing to trade off players in order to free the cap space necessary to re-sign Jarome Iginla.
Jarome Iginla has signed with the Colorado Avalanche for three years and $16 million.
Even though Jarome Iginla is about to become an unrestricted free agent, there's still a chance that he might re-sign with the Bruins.
Jarome Iginla is reportedly seeking a two-year deal.
The Minnesota Wild has been in contact with pending free-agent forward Jarome Iginla, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
The Bruins haven’t given up hope in retaining Jarome Iginla.
With the NHL salary cap now set at $69 million for the 2014-15 season, it is doubtful the Bruins will be able to re-sign UFA Jarome Iginla.
Jarome Iginla has informed the Bruins that he will meet with other teams to see what other offers are out there.
Jarome Iginla's agent, Don Meehan, will meet with Boston GM Peter Chiarelli on Thursday in Philadelphia ahead of the NHL Entry Draft.
The Boston Bruins remain committed to re-signing Jarome Iginla.
The Bruins seem to still be focussed on an incentive-based deal for unrestricted free agent Jarome Inginla.
Getting Jarome Iginla signed before July 1 is reportedly No. 1 on the Bruins' priority list right now.
Jarome Iginla is in contract talks with the Boston Bruins.