The Chicago Blackhawks finally won the Stanley Cup after adding Marian Hossa but he had a time chasing that Cup around for a while.
The Chicago Blackhawks saw Marian Hossa go into the Hockey Hall of Fame yesterday. He is one of the franchise’s all-time greatest players. He signed with them as a free agent in 2009 and they would become the team that he spent the most time with throughout the course of his career. His time in Chicago was really amazing and both sides clearly made the right decision when he came to The Windy City.
Marian Hossa did spend some time with some other teams before his arrival in Chicago. He spent seven years with the Ottawa Senators before three with the Atlanta Thrashers. In 2008, the Penguins made him a trade deadline acquisition before he signed a one year deal with the Detroit Red Wings later that summer. After that, he signed with Chicago and spent eight seasons there.