Jarome Iginla has been the face of the Calgary Flames since joining them in a draft-day trade in 1995.
He excited the electric Saddledome crowd when led the team to the Finals in 2004 and was monumental in the team's late-season playoff push despite the team's front office troubles.
However, the Flames have the league's third-highest payroll due to excessive spending by former GM Darryl Sutter.
In order to shed salary and start a youth movement in Alberta, the Flames may look to deal Iginla, who has two years left on his contract that have a cap hit of $7 million per year.
The following are seven suitable destinations for the forward next year.
All numbers provided by CapGeek.com.