Jarome Iginla plans to announce his retirement from the NHL next week. Iginla has scheduled a news conference in Calgary, where he played parts of 16 seasons. In all, he played 20 seasons in the NHL, registering 625 goals, 675 assists, 1,300 points and 1,040 penalty minutes in 1,554 games. "It's been a fun adventure for my family and I," Iginla told the Flames' website in an interview published Wednesday. "Some great cities, great people. To be back in Alberta, though, will feel like home." Iginla, 41, did not play in the NHL last season after appearing in 19 games with the Los Angeles Kings in 2017. --Minnesota Wild forward Jason Zucker agreed to a five-year, $27.5 million deal, the team announced.