Ten NHL Veterans In Danger Of Going Cupless For Their Career

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Nov 14, 2013; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; San Jose Sharks forward Joe Thornton (19) reacts to a hit from Vancouver Canucks forward Henrik Sedin (33) during the second period at Rogers Arena. Mandatory Credit: Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports

A lot of players go through their career without being able to get their hands on Hockey’s Holy Grail, the Stanley Cup.  With 30 teams vying for the prize every year, it is harder than ever to get to that goal.  However, players playing over 1,000 games and not reaching that target is often a regret of many players.

So, who are the active players that have had outstanding careers, but are in danger of leaving the game with a big hole in their resume.

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