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Marian Hossa
Marian Hossa
Right Wing  - CHI
Number: 81
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 210
Shoots: Left
Born: Jan 12, 1979  (Age 35)
Birthplace: Stará Lubovna, Slovakia
Hometown: Trencín, Slovakia
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Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 1, 2009.
Drafted: OTT / 1997 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (12th overall)

Ranked third on the team with 31 points (17G, 14A) in 40 regular-season games … Ranked second on the club with a +20 plus/minus rating … Tallied a team-high six game-winning goals … Skated in his 1,000th career NHL game on March 3 at DET, becoming the 283rd player in NHL history to reach the plateau … Netted four two-goal games and tallied seven multi-point games … Posted a season-high three points twice (Jan. 19 and April 15) … Recorded a season-long four-game point streak (1G, 3A) from Jan. 24-30 … Missed seven games due to injury (March 6; March 20-April 1) … Notched his 500th career assist on April 24 at EDM … Shared third on the team and sixth in the NHL with 16 points (7G, 9A) in 22 postseason games en route to the 2013 Stanley Cup championship … Equaled a postseason career-best +8 rating … Netted 2 GWG and a team-high three power-play goals … Posted three points (2G, 1A) in Game 5 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals on May 9 vs. MIN … Tallied six points (2G, 4A) during a five-game point streak from May 25-June 2 … Missed one game due to injury (June 17).

2011-12: Tied for second in the Western Conference and 12th in the NHL with a team-high 77 points (29G, 48A) in 81 regular-season games, his highest point total in a Blackhawks uniform … Paced Chicago and ranked 14th in the NHL with 48 assists … Shared second on the club with 29 goals … Netted a team-high 9 PPG … Ranked second on the Blackhawks with a pair of shorthanded goals … Reached the 20-goal plateau for the 12th consecutive season, one of three active players to do so (V. Lecavalier, J. Iginla) … Ranked second among team forwards and third overall with a +18 rating … Led Chicago with 32 assists, 44 points and a +22 rating at the United Center … Tallied three points (1G, 2A), a +3 rating and a game-high seven shots on goal for the victorious Team Chara in the 2012 NHL All-Star Game … Ranked second among Blackhawks forwards in total time on ice and paced team forwards in shorthanded TOI … Shared the club lead with 19 multi-point games … Registered three three-point efforts and three multi-goal outings … Ranked fifth in the NHL with a team-high 94 takeaways … Compiled five separate point streaks of at least five games in length … Tallied 11 points (3G, 8A) during a season-long nine-game point streak from Jan. 8-24 … Registered 14 points (5G, 9A) over an eight-game point streak from Dec. 8-26 … Potted a PPG on March 20 at CBJ for the 900th point of his NHL career, the 96th player in league history to reach the mark … Netted the 400th goal of his career during a three-point night (1G, 2A) on Dec. 8 at NYI, becoming the 85th player in league history to reach the milestone … Skated in the 900th regular-season game of his NHL career on Oct. 13 vs. WPG and posted his first multi-point effort of the season (1G, 1A) … Missed one regular-season contest (Oct. 15) due to injury … Held scoreless in three postseason appearances vs. PHX in the Western Conference Quarterfinals … Missed the final three playoff games (April 19-23) due to injury.

2010-11: Ranked fourth on the team with 25 goals and 57 points in 65 regular-season tilts … Ranked sixth with 32 assists … Tied for the club lead with 2 SHG and three shorthanded points … Ranked second among team forwards with 19:42 TOI per game … Recorded his 25th goal of the campaign on April 8 at DET, the 10th time in his career reaching the 25-goal plateau … Tallied 2 PPG on March 14 vs. SJS to reach the 20-goal plateau for the 11th consecutive season … Notched 17 multi-point games, including a pair of three-point outings and three multi-goal games … Posted goals in a club season-long five straight games from Feb. 21-March 2 … Registered an assist on Feb. 12 at PHX for the 800th point of his NHL career … Tallied two shorthanded points (1G, 1A) on Feb. 1 at CBJ … Scored on a penalty shot on Jan. 23 vs. PHI, the first by a Blackhawks player at home since Troy Murray on Dec. 30, 1987 … Opened the regular season with points in seven consecutive games (7G, 4A) … Was honored as the NHL’s Second Star for the week ending Oct. 17 after tallying six points (4G, 2A) in four games … Missed 17 games (Oct. 29-Nov. 6; Nov. 30-Dec. 22; Jan. 25; Feb. 11) due to injury … Shared the team lead with six points (2G, 4A) in seven tilts in the Western Conference Quarterfinals … Scored the GWG in Game 5 at VAN on April 21.

2009-10: Ranked fourth on the club with 24 goals and fifth with 51 points in 57 regular-season contests … Tied for the club lead with a +24 rating … Shared the NHL lead with 5 SHG and ranked second with six shorthanded points … Registered 12 multi-point and three multi-goal games … Recorded 36 points (18G, 18A) and a +20 rating in 38 games after Jan. 1 … Collected his 400th career assist on March 3 against EDM … Posted back-to-back two-goal games on Jan. 3 and Jan. 5 … Made his Blackhawks debut on Nov. 25 in SJS, netting two goals, including a SHG … Missed the first 22 games of the season (Oct. 2-Nov. 22) due to injury … Ranked fourth on the club with 12 assists and added three goals in 22 contests en route to the 2010 Stanley Cup championship … Ranked second on the club in the postseason with 73 SOG … Netted the overtime GWG in Game 5 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals on April 24 against NSH … Set a postseason career high with three assists in Game 6 against NSH on April 26 … Tallied seven points (1G, 6A) over a four-game point streak from April 20-26 … Recorded four multi-point outings.

2008-09: Led DET and shared fifth in the league with 40 goals, while adding 31 assists in 74 regular-season contests … Ranked eighth among NHL forwards and 12th overall with a +27 rating … Became just the eighth player in NHL history to record 40 goals with three different teams (DET, ATL, OTT) … Scored his 300th career goal in overtime on Oct. 18 against NYR … Compiled a season-high three points on four different occasions … Posted eight multi-goal games … Compiled a season-high nine-game point streak (6G, 8A) from Oct. 16-30 … Named to the NHL Second All-Star Team … Tied for fifth on DET with 15 points (6G, 9A) in 23 Stanley Cup Playoffs games.

2007-08: Totaled 66 points (29G, 37A) in 72 regular-season games split between PIT and ATL, including 10 points (3G, 7A) in 12 games with PIT … Registered the seventh hat trick of his career on Jan. 15 vs. DET ... Recorded 21 multi-point games, including six straight from Nov. 9-21 … Finished second on PIT and third in the NHL with 26 postseason points (12G, 14A) in 20 games … Tied for the team lead with 5 PPG … Shared the team lead with a +8 rating … Posted 56 points (26G, 30A) in 60 games with ATL … Represented ATL at the 2008 NHL All-Star Game in Atlanta and posted two points (1G, 1A).

2006-07: Finished sixth in the NHL and led ATL with a single-season franchise-record 100 points (43G, 57A) … Paced the club with a career-high 57 assists … Tallied 30 or more goals for the sixth consecutive season … Ranked second on the club and fourth in the NHL with 17 PPG … Established a franchise record with +18 rating … Represented ATL at the 2007 NHL All-Star Game in Dallas and tallied four assists … Notched a career-best 32 multi-point games … Recorded a career-long 11-game point streak (7G, 11A) from Feb. 17-March 12.

2005-06: Finished third on ATL and 11th in the NHL with 92 points (39G, 53A) … Led the NHL and established an ATL record with 7 SHG … Shared the team lead with a club-record 7 GWG … Matched his career high with a five-point game (1G, 4A) vs. WSH on Dec. 22.

2004-05: Split the season between Dukla Trencin (22G, 20A) of the Slovakian Extraleague and Mora IK (18G, 16A) of the Swedish Elite League.

2003-04: Paced OTT and finished fifth in the NHL with 82 points (36G, 46A) in 81 regular-season games … Led OTT and ranked sixth in the NHL with 36 goals … Led the NHL with 39 power-play points … Paced the club with three goals, including 2 GWG, in seven postseason games.

2002-03: Paced OTT and ranked 14th in the NHL with 80 points (45G, 35A) in 80 regular-season games … Led team and ranked fourth in the NHL with a career-high 45 goals … Posted career-high 10 GWG … Set OTT club record for hat tricks in a season (3) … Recorded the first four-goal game in franchise history and added an assist to set a career high of five points on Jan. 2 vs. ATL … Ranked first on the team with 11 assists and 16 points in 18 postseason games.

2001-02: Ranked second on OTT with 31 goals and 35 assists, while his 66 points ranked third on the team … Shared team lead with 9 PPG … Notched four goals and six assists in 12 postseason contests.

2000-01: Finished second on OTT with 75 points (32G, 43A), 11 PPG and 8 GWG in 81 regular-season games.

Ranked third on OTT with 56 points (29G, 27A) in 78 regular-season games … Tied for the team lead with 29 goals … Earned Molson Cup, given annually to OTT player with the most points in Three Star voting during season.

1998-99: Led OTT rookies with 30 points (15G, 15A) in 60 regular-season games … Tallied his first career NHL goal on Dec. 9 against FLA … Finished second in voting for the Calder Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s rookie of the year … Named to the NHL’s All-Rookie Team.

1997-98: Notched one assist in seven regular-season games with OTT … Made his NHL debut on Oct. 1 at MTL ... Skated in 53 regular-season games with the Western Hockey League’s Portland Winterhawks, tallying 85 points (45G, 40A) and a +41 rating … Ranked third on the team with 19 points (13G, 6A) in 16 postseason games en route to the WHL championship ... Tied for the team lead with 5 PPG in the playoffs ... Posted nine points (5G, 4A) during a four-game Memorial Cup run.

1996-97: Skated in 46 games with Dukla Trencin, posting 44 points (25G, 19A).

Notched two points (1G, 1A) in five contests at the 2011 World Championship in his native Slovakia, for a team coached in part by his father, Frantisek … Ranked second in scoring at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games with nine points (3G, 6A) in seven games for fourth-place Slovakia … Tallied 10 points (5G, 5A) in six games in 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy … Made his Olympic debut for Slovakia at the 2002 Games in Salt Lake City, posting six points (4G, 2A) in two games … Has skated for Slovakia in the World Championship seven times since 1997, when he tallied two points in eight games as an 18-year-old … Posted a total of 39 points (15G, 24A) in 47 games across seven World Championship tournaments with Slovakia … Represented Slovakia in the World Junior Championship in 1998, posting eight points (4G, 4A) in six games … Registered seven points (5G, 2A) in six games while skating for Slovakia at the 1997 WJC … Scored one goal in four games with Slovakia at the 2005 World Cup of Hockey.