Is Marian Hossa still getting paid?
Instead, the Blackhawks will continue to pay Hossa his salary, and then place him on long term injured reserve at the beginning of each season, giving themselves additional cap flexibility to sign players and to exceed the salary cap as a result.
Who hit Marian Hossa?
forward Raffi Torres
Phoenix Coyotes forward Raffi Torres delivered a vicious hit to Chicago Blackhawks star Marian Hossa on Tuesday night, further proving why he’s the dirtiest player in the NHL. Not only should Torres be suspended for the playoffs, the league seriously needs to consider if he should miss games next season too.
Will Marian Gaborik ever play again?
Gaborik has missed the last two seasons after undergoing back surgery and it doesn’t appear there’s an NHL return in his future. The 38-year-old forward has one season left under contract which the Lightning will likely stash on long-term injured reserve.
How is Marian Hossa doing?
Three-time Stanley Cup winner Marian Hossa is retiring from the NHL after 19 seasons. Hossa, 39, told Slovak newspaper Novy cas (via NHL.com) he won’t return to the ice as he continues to deal with a progressive skin disorder that forced him to miss the 2017-18 season. “I’m done playing hockey,” Hossa said.
What happened to Raffi Torres?
Today, Torres is living in Stouffville, Ont.
How many games has Raffi Torres been suspended?
10/5/15: SJ Sharks Raffi Torres suspended 41 games for interference and an illegal check to the head against Anaheim Ducks Jakob Silfverberg.
What happened Marian Gaborik?
Gáborík underwent surgery to repair a herniated disk in his back on 5 April 2018. On 27 December 2020, Gaborik’s rights were traded along with goaltender Anders Nilsson from Ottawa to the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for defenseman Braydon Coburn, forward Cédric Paquette, and a 2022 second-round draft pick.