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Jarome Iginla, one of the newest Bruins, is a lock for the Hockey Hall of Fame. He's won two Olympic gold medals, has over 500 goals and 1,100 points, and he led the Calgary Flames to the Stanley Cup Final in 2004.
But his most incredible stat could only be achieved with remarkable consistency—he's one of seven players in NHL history to have scored at least 30 goals in 11 consecutive seasons.
For Iggy, the streak started way back in the 2000-01 season. He eclipsed the 30-goal mark for the first time in his career by putting up 31. The then-Flames captain had a big jump the next season, registering 52 goals and finishing as the runner-up for the Hart Memorial Trophy to Jose Theodore of the Montreal Canadiens. (He took a two-week break from the NHL during the season to help Canada win its first gold medal in 50 years.)
In 2003-04, he scored 41 goals to share the Rocket Richard Trophy with Rick Nash and Ilya Kovalchuck while making it all the way to the seventh game of the Stanley Cup Final before falling to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The Edmonton native notched 50 for the second time in 2007-08, and 43 in 2010-11.
In his last full season with the Flames in 2011-12, he scored his 500th career goal. It was also the season his streak would come to an end, as the 48-game sprint last year severely restricted his ability to continue it. He finished with 14 goals in 44 games with the Flames and Penguins.
If he stays healthy for the upcoming year with in Boston, it wouldn't surprise anyone if the veteran put up 30 goals once again.