Retired Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa has his number retired in Chicago as well as a treasure trove of memories that endeared him to the Chicago faithful. Hossa had to step away from the sport in 2017 due to a skin condition caused by his hockey equipment.
Six years have elapsed from that. What hasn’t missed a beat is that Hossa very much looks like he could go out and play another game
Marian Hossa could still play 18 minutes a night in the NHL
— Mario Tirabassi (@Mario_Tirabassi) July 8, 2023
I’m two years younger than him. Boy, do I have a lot of work to do. Marian Hossa and his motivational tactics for any guy 4o+.
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