Slovak ice hockey players Hossa and Handzuš win Stanley Cup with Chicago Blackhawks

Slovak nationals Marián Hossa and Michal Handzuš play ice hockey for the Chicago Blackhawks, which won 3:2 on Tuesday in the sixth match of the National Hockey League (NHL) finals at the Boston Bruins’ stadium, thus winning the series 4:2. This was the second Stanley Cup win for the Blackhawks in the last four years, and the fifth in the team’s history, the TASR newswire wrote.

Slovak nationals Marián Hossa and Michal Handzuš play ice hockey for the Chicago Blackhawks, which won 3:2 on Tuesday in the sixth match of the National Hockey League (NHL) finals at the Boston Bruins’ stadium, thus winning the series 4:2. This was the second Stanley Cup win for the Blackhawks in the last four years, and the fifth in the team’s history, the TASR newswire wrote.

This was Handzuš’ first Stanley Cup win, and the second for Hossa, the SITA newswire wrote. Both players placed well in the NHL chart of most productive players, with Hossa ending 7th, Slovak Zdeno Chára (Boston Bruins) 12th and Handzuš 25th. In the chart of top scorers, Hossa placed between 6 and 10 (together with three other players who had the same number of goals - 7) and Chára and Handzuš both ranked 35th (with 3 goals each), according to TASR.

(Source: TASR, SITA)
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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