Talk about one extreme to the next for Calgary Flames captain Jarome Iginla.
Nobody in the NHL has their individual ups and downs followed as closely as Iginla — Alex Ovechkin may be close — but nobody is known for going cold to hot the way the face of the Flames franchise has done over his career.
It certainly begs a couple of questions:
How does a player, even with Iginla’s sure-fire hall-of-fame track record, have such swings in his production?
What’s he doing right now that he wasn’t doing before?
“I don’t have the answer,” Iginla said after a hard practice Monday at the Saddledome. “I would say I had lots of really good chances earlier in the year and you don’t always get the bounces. I’ve got good bounces lately. I feel good, when they start going in, you feel better, but I don’t want to over-think it.”