Hossa continues to rise, overtaking other hockey legends

CHICAGO. Slovak hockey player Marian Hossa is only two points from the elite thirty-one-year history of productivity in the fight for Stanley Cup. It is currently at 31st.

On Wednesday, he wins Jonathan Toews’ exact match in the Stanley Cup final against Tampe (2: 1). He has 144 points on his account. Goal Jonathan Toewsa, assisted by Marián Hossa.

Due to a higher number of goals (49), Chris Chelios and Larry Robinson have jumped. Both legendary defenders needed substantially more matches (266 or 227) than Hossa (192).

In the thirtieth position, Mike Modano is the next big person in the field of oversea hockey with 146 points.

Hossa is the second best among the active players in the stand-off game among the active players.More points (199) were collected only by Jaromir Jagr.

Wayne Gretzky, with 382 points (122 + 260), is the sovereign leader of Canadian scoring in the play-off. He needed 208 duels on them. With an assist tonight, Demi-God Marian Hossa has 17 playoff points (5G, 12A). That’s a postseason career high for Hossa as a Blackhawk! – Chicago Blackhawks (June 11, 2015)

Hossa was on a 95th goal in the relegation lap on the 26th place in the historic table at Chris Pronger. And threatening Maria Lemieux and Bobby Smith – they are behind the point.

Even in this statistic, only active players are Jaromír Jágr – the tenth place with 121 assists. At the end of the elite twenty is Peter Forsberg with 107 assistants.

Leder Gretzky called them 260.Historical Player Productivity in Play-Off:

/ Status as of 11 June / Points Goals Asist. 1. Wayne Gretzky 382 122 260 2. Mark Messier 295 109 186 3. Jari Kurri 233 106 127 4. Glenn Anderson 214 93 121 5. Jaromir Jagr 199 78 121 6. Paul Coffey 196 59 137 7. Brett Hull 190 103 87 8 Joe Sakic 188 84 104 9. Doug Gilmour 188 60 128 10. Steve Yzerman 185 70 115 27. Stan Mikita 150 59 91 31. Marián Hossa 144 49 95 Historical table by number of assistances in play-off: 1. Wayne Gretzky 260 2 Mark Messier 186 3. Ray Bourque 139 4. Paul Coffey 137 5. Nicklas Lidström 129 6. Doug Gilmour 128 26. Chris Pronger 95 27. Marián Hossa 95

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