Marian Hossa

#81 RW / Chicago Blackhawks / EXP: 17YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 210 lb Age: 37 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Blackhawks' Marian Hossa: Impactful in quarterfinals

    Hossa found twine Monday night against the Blues, but it wasn't enough as the 'Hawks were eliminated through seven games. Hossa was a man on a mission in the playoffs, tallying five points in the series, including goals in the final three contests. Despite being 37 years old, Hoss is under contract with Chicago until 2020-11. He fetched $63.3 million on a 12-year contract, but the veteran's base salary will dip $3.9 million to a still-cool $4 million next year. Don't hesitate to nab Hossa with an early pick in fantasy drafts next season; like fine wine, he's aging well.

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    Blackhawks' Marian Hossa: Continues strong play in Game 6

    Hossa scored his second goal of the playoffs and added an assist in Saturday's Game 6 win over the Blues. Hossa has recorded a point in three straight games as the Blackhawks have rallied to force a Game 7 in their first-round series with the Blues. The veteran skated on a line with Andrew Ladd and now has 148 points in 200 career playoff games. Look for Hossa, who has fired at least five shots on goal in three straight games, to play a key role in Game 7 on Monday. He's having a solid postseason thus far with four points in six games.

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    Blackhawks' Marian Hossa: Scores 50th playoff goal of career

    Hossa notched a shorthanded tally on seven shots and added three hits in Thursday's 4-3 double-overtime victory over the Blues in Game 5. Hossa opened up the scoring with the 50th playoff goal of his storied career. With three shorthanded tallies (and an assist) during the regular season, the 37-year-old is no stranger to producing when down a man, and the Czech will be needed for more if Chicago is to even the series Saturday.

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    Blackhawks' Marian Hossa: Ready for Game 1

    Hossa (knee) indicated Monday that he will play in Game 1 on Wednesday against the Blues, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Hossa sat out the final three games of the regular season after suffering a knee injury April 3 against the Bruins, but it seems likely the team was just being cautious with him. Unless something arises in the next couple days, those in playoff pools shouldn't worry about the veteran winger's status for the postseason.

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    Blackhawks' Marian Hossa: Won't play Saturday

    Hossa (knee) won't make the trip to Columbus for Saturday's regular-season finale against the Blue Jackets. With the Blackhawks locked into the third seed in the Central Division, the team will shift its focus to getting their banged-up players, including Hossa, healthy and ready to go for Game 1 of Chicago's first-round playoff series. The 37-year-old winger resumed skating Thursday, and appears to be on track to suit up for Chicago's first postseason contest. Expect an update on Hossa's status ahead of the Blackhawk's first playoff game.

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    Blackhawks' Marian Hossa: Out again Thursday

    Hossa (knee) won't suit up for Thursday's game against the Blues, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Hossa took part in Tuesday's morning skate, which is an encouraging indication of the progress he's made in his recovery, but still isn't quite ready to return to game action. The Blackhawks will likely take a cautious approach with Hossa's injury, as the team's primary goal will be to have the veteran winger healthy and ready to go for the playoffs, which begin next week. Hossa's owners can expect an update on the 37-year-old winger's status ahead of Saturday's regular-season finale against the Blue Jackets.

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    Blackhawks' Marian Hossa: Sidelined against Coyotes

    Hossa (knee) will not play against Arizona on Tuesday, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports. Hossa remains without a clear timeline to return, but the team is optimistic he will not be out long term. It has been a down year for the winger who has tallied the second lowest points total of his career, although most players would be thrilled with 13 goals and 20 helpers in 64 outings. When healthy, the veteran continues to log big minutes for the Blackhawks as he is averaging over 17 minutes of ice time per contest, including 1:57 with the man advantage.

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    Blackhawks' Marian Hossa: Questionable for Tuesday

    Hossa (knee) is considered questionable for Tuesday's game against the Coyotes, Brian Hedger pf NHL.com reports. Hossa exited Sunday's game with a knee injury, but coach Joel Quenneville suggested he should be okay. While his status for Tuesday's tilt remains up in the air, it certainly seems as though the issue shouldn't hold him out long. Another update on the veteran winger should come on game day, but at the very least, he's expected to return before the regular season concludes.

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    Blackhawks' Marian Hossa: Leaves late Sunday

    Hossa exited Sunday's game late with an apparent left knee injury, but coach Joel Quenneville indicated afterwards that he "seemed to be ok. We'll know more tomorrow (Monday)," Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports. The Blackhawks will almost certainly take precautions with their veteran winger to ensure his health for the playoffs, so it's possible Hossa sits beyond Sunday's contest. Still, the team should provide more updates on his status ahead of the next game Tuesday when the Coyotes come to town.

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    Blackhawks' Marian Hossa: Will play Sunday

    Hossa (illness) will dress for Sunday's game against the Bruins, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports. Hossa was expected to lace up the skates Sunday, and that will indeed be the case as the veteran winger returns following a one-game absence. He should retake his spot on the top line alongside Andrew Ladd and Jonathan Toews, and should be deployed normally in season-long and daily lineups.