Calgary hopes to build on success
If Calgary plays with the same determination and intensity next season it will be a team to be reckoned with.
Statistically it was his second-best season with 41 goals and 73 points, and although he didn't score as many points and didn't win the Art Ross Trophy as he did in 2001-02 (52 goals and 96 points), Iginla was right on the mark.
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