"We're sorry," said Iginla. "I think everybody involved with this is sorry it took a year. All the people who this took jobs from, or had bars or restaurants ... it goes right down the line how it affected people in different cities. There's no question we're sorry. Hopefully we work together as a group and down the road learn from it and be better next time." Jarome had these words to say to the fans on Calgary's Fan960 last night while being interviewed. To me it really shows a difference in class between Jarome and the like of a JR or Sean Avery. At least one of the true elite superstars in the game has come forward to appologize, and likely more to follow.