Jarome Iginla’s resume boasts Olympic medals, individual awards for goals, points and a Hart trophy. The only thing missing: a Stanley Cup Championship. Sidney Crosby played on a line with Iginla during the 2010 Winter Olympics and the two developed some great chemistry, combining for 14 points, including the golden goal for Canada. “I think it was kind of something that developed throughout the Olympics but it felt like it was pretty good,” Crosby said. “We both like to work down low and he’s not afraid to go to areas and tough areas like the front of the net and things like that. “Obviously, he made a great pass on that goal and it’s something I’ll always remember.” Shero, who made two deals earlier in the week to add left wing Brenden Morrow and defenseman Douglas Murray, managed to complete all three trades without subtracting a NHL roster player. That has the Penguins pretty excited.
Additions boost Pens' motivation
Beaver County Times | Mar 29