It took a while, but veteran power forward Jarome Iginla finally became an elite finisher for the Bruins during his first season in Boston.
He scored 13 goals and added four assists in 17 games in March. He filled a void in the Bruins offense and helped make a very good team greater.
"It’s been fun but it’s one of those things to don’t really expect," Iginla told Boston reporters. "I’ve gotten some good bounces, some great passes from my linemates and as a line we’ve had some fun. But bigger than that it’s been a great month for our team and we’ve all benefited from that."
Iginla is one big reason why Boston remains atop our Power Rankings. Here is how the NHL pecking order shakes out: