7. Jarome Iginla
After famously spurning the Bruins by vetoing a trade and accepting one to Pittsburgh at the trade deadline last season, Iginla made the decision to sign with the Bruins as a free agent in the offseason. Iginla has been one of the most prolific scorers of the past 15 years, and is considered by many to be a future hall of famer.
Iginla scored twice in his first preseason game with the Bruins and has shown great chemistry on the ice with linemates David Krejci and Milan Lucic. The Bruins lost high scoring forward Nathan Horton to the Columbus Blue Jackets in the offseason, and the team hopes Iginla can pick up where Horton left off in keeping the first line running like a well-oiled machine.