Ottawa Senators & Their History Of Messy “Break-Ups”

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Marian Hossa

 

Jun 19, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Chicago Blackhawks right wing Marian Hossa (81) warms up before game four of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Michael Ivins-USA TODAY Sports

When you get to the point that you are set to get paid, you better be careful what you wish for.  Marian Hossa found that out the hard way, and John Muckler made him pay for his demands. Hossa went for the dollars, held firm to his demands.

THE BREAK-UP: On the day that Hossa signed a 3 year, $18M deal with the Senators, he was shipped to the Thrashers for Dany Heatley.

AFTER THE SENS:  After spinning his wheels with a sad Atlanta franchise, he was a deadline deal pickup for the Penguins in 2008, making the finals.  He jumped to the Red Wings, the team he lost to the previous season in the finals, and again made it to the finals, losing, ironically enough, the Penguins.  He finally signed on in Chicago, and won 2 Stanley Cups with the Hawks.

 

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  • Godless Anonymous

    Well ,after the NHL strike i had a hard time watching games with these spoiled brats making all that money and demanding more,these so called athletes live in a totally different world and are completely disconnected with the average citizen,but now i wont even care about watching any Sens games or any other team for that matter and to Alfie ,are you fn kidding me? Detroit win a Stanley ? Have you started taking drugs lad? Bye to hockey and good riddance! I have already canceled my tv subscription, hockey was the only thing i had it for and now i have no need for it at all ty !