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Welcome to, the official site of the National Hockey LeagueBienvenue à , le site officiel de la Ligue nationale de hockeyДобро пожаловать на, официальный сайт Национальной хоккейной лигиTervetuloa NHL:n viralliselle nettisivustolle NHL.comiinVälkommen till, NHL:s officiella web-sidaVítejte na, oficiálních stránkách National Hockey LeagueVitajte na, oficiálnych stránkach National Hockey LeagueWillkommen auf, der offiziellen Seite der National Hockey LeagueCALGARY -- Jarome Iginla isn't sure which feeling will hit him most when he becomes the third player in Calgary Flames history to have his number retired.Iginla, the longtime Calgary captain, announced his retirement July 30, 2018, and will see his No. 12 retired by the Flames and raised to the rafters at Scotiabank Saddledome prior to their game against the Minnesota Wild on Saturday (10 p.m. ET; CBC, SN, SN360, SN1, CITY, FS-N, NHL.TV)."I'm excited. He played his first 16 NHL seasons with the Flames and finished his career with 1,300 points (625 goals, 675 assists) in 1,554 games from 1996-2017."I think it's going to be amazing," said Craig Conroy, an assistant general manager with Calgary and a longtime linemate of Iginla's. Pearson Award (now the Ted Lindsay Award) as the most outstanding player in the NHL as voted by members of the NHL Players' Association in 2002."He treated everyone with so much respect and he was so nice to everyone," said Flames defenseman Mark Giordano, who played seven seasons with Iginla and inherited the Calgary captaincy at the beginning of the 2013-14 season. We played different positions, but I felt like I learned a lot and understood more, too, as the years passed and he wasn't here."Video: Alex Tanguay reflects on Jarome Iginla's careerIginla's No. 12 will be positioned in the rafters between No. 9 (Lanny McDonald) and No. 30 (Mike Vernon).Al MacInnis (No. 2) and Joe Nieuwendyk (No. 25) are also recognized as part of Calgary's 'Forever a Flame' program."It is surreal," said Iginla, who initially started wearing No. 12 as a 16-year-old with Kamloops of the Western Hockey League after No. 8 and No. 18, his favorite numbers, were taken, and a request to wear No. 11 in honor of Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Mark Messier failed to come to fruition."I never dreamt in my first years of the League that I'd ever have my jersey up there.

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