Found April 29, 2013 on Hyped Up Hockey:
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The Pittsburgh Penguins wanted Jarome Iginla. Jarome Iginla wanted the Pittsburgh Penguins. So far neither party has been disappointed. Since Iginla arrived in Pittsburgh he has raved about the players, the organization, and the city. He has rewarded Penguins nation with exceptional play and leadership in the absence of Sidney Crosby. So aside from playoff [...]
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