Despite his third straight year without a taste of playoff hockey, Jarome Iginla's goal hasn't changed.

He wants to win.

But he wants to do it here.

Although he said following the Flames' final game of the season he wasn't interested in being part of a full rebuild, his ultimate goal remains winning a Stanley Cup with the only NHL franchise he's ever played for.

"That's probably my ideal situation," the Flames captain said after clearing out his locker Monday at the Saddledome.

"I believed in it this year. I don't believe the teams that did make it are a lot better than we are. I may be wrong, but that's not what I believe.