Marian Hossa Will Be Going To The Stanley Cup Final For The Fifth Time In Eight Years


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The Chicago Blackhawks have just clinched a birth into the Stanley Cup final. They will be going to the final for the 3rd time in six years, but the bigger news should be about Marian Hossa. Marian Hossa will be going to the Stanley Cup Final for the fifth time in eight years! That’s literally insane.

Marian Hossa has won the cup twice with the Blackhawks and lost 2 finals in the most heartbreaking fashion. He went to the Penguins in 2008 and lost to the Red Wings. He went to the Red Wings in 2009 and lost to the Penguins. Finally in 2010, he went to the Blackhawks and won the cup. That was three consecutive finals. Three years later, he would win his second cup.

2008

Detroit won 3-2 in Game 6 to win the Cup

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2009

Penguins won 2-1 in Game 7 to win the Cup

2010

Chicago won 4-3 in overtime in Game 6 to win the cup

2013

Chicago won 3-2 in Game 6 to win the Cup

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Marian Hossa

2008 – Stanley Cup Final Defeat

2009 – Stanley Cup Final Defeat

2010 – Stanley Cup Champion

2011- Quarter-Final Defeat (Canucks won in 7)

2012- Quarter-Final Defeat (Phoenix won in 6)

2013 – Stanley Cup Champion

2014 – Conference Final (Kings won in 7)

2015- Time Will Tell

Tampa Bay Lightning will host the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 1 this Wednesday.


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