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Marian Hossa Chicago Blackhawks Black CCM Game Worn Gloves - Autographed Team Letter
Lot #384

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Marian Hossa Chicago Blackhawks Black CCM Game Worn Gloves - Autographed Team Letter
Lot #384

These black hockey gloves by CCM were game worn by Marian Hossa while playing for the Chicago Blackhawks during the 2016-17 NHL season, his last in the NHL. The Ottawa Senators selected Hossa in the 1st round of the 1997 NHL entry draft. Hossa began his career in Ottawa with a 7-game stint in 1997-98 and remained there for 7 years. Three seasons followed in Atlanta and then a deadline deal sent him to Pittsburgh where he played briefly in 2007-08, making a run to the Stanley Cup Finals. After the 2007-08 season, Hossa signed a one year free agent contract with the Detroit Red Wings.  Marian had a good season with the Wings, leading the team in goals with 40 and averaging almost a point per game. Interestingly, Marian wound up in the finals again, facing off against his former team from the year before, the Penguins. After a hard fought 7-game series, Marian again came out on the losing side as the Red Wings were defeated 2-1 in the seventh game.

The 2008-09 off-season saw Marian sign a long-term contract with the Chicago Blackhawks. On May 23, 2010, the Blackhawks beat the San Jose Sharks to earn a trip to the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals. Marian became the first player in NHL history to play in three consecutive finals with 3 different teams. On June 9, 2010, Marian celebrated with his teammates as he finally won his first Stanley Cup, as the Blackhawks defeated the Flyers to win their first championship in 49 years. Blackhawks Captain Jonathan Toews handed the Cup to Hossa first during the team pass-around. The 2012-13 season saw Marian win his 2nd Stanley Cup as the Blackhawks beat the Boston Bruins 4-2 in the Stanley Cup Finals.
Hossa won his 3rd Stanley Cup as the Hawks took their 3rd in a 5-season span in 2015. He is now a member of the vaunted 500-Goal club after scoring his first goal of the 2016-17 season. Marian finished his career with 525 Goals and over 1100 career points, played in 5 NHL All Star games and is well on his way to the Hockey Hall of Fame.

These black CCM gloves have the player name “Hossa” stitched on the side. The player number “81” is stitched on the thumb. Marian has autographed both gloves on the wrist. These gloves are two different styles but that is exactly how the Blackhawks sold them. These gloves will be accompanied by a Blackhawks team letter.