PITTSBURGH -- Jarome Iginla is nothing if not a realist. He knows pretty much everyone in Boston hates him, and certainly anyone else with a passing interest in the Boston Bruins is not a big fan, either.
He's OK with that.
"I don't expect them to be cheering for me. I understand. It's part of the sport, it's part of the rivalry. I can understand why the fans wouldn't be thrilled," the Pittsburgh Penguins winger told a group of reporters gathered around his dressing room stall Friday.