Marian Hossa hits 1,000 points, but is he a Hall of Famer?

By Ken Campbell

Marian Hossa represents an interesting case study for inclusion in the Hockey Hall of Fame. By scoring his 1,000th career point, he certainly helped his cause, but there are a lot of guys with that many points who aren't in the Hall. We'll have to see what he accomplishes the rest of the way. More

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