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Marian Hossa hasn't found the back of the net in the Stanley Cup Final, but it's not for lack of trying.
He had 17 shots through the first two games of the series before sitting out Game 3 due to injury. He was especially outstanding in Game 2, when he took 10 shots and was probably the best forward on the ice through long stretches of play for the Chicago Blackhawks.
Shots don't matter for much if they aren't going in, though, and so far Hossa has a goose egg in the scoring column. Patrick Sharp has scored twice, while Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews finally found the back of the net in Game 4.
It's time for Hossa to step up his offensive game and shoot one past Tuukka Rask.
Until he does so, it's impossible to give him a better grade than Kane or Toews. He posted another four shots in Game 4, but until he finds the back of the net, he's just another superstar that's having trouble producing in this series.
Stanley Cup Final Grade: D