Tony Amonte played eight-plus seasons in Chicago but one current Blackhawk doesn’t really care what one of the franchise’s all-time best has to say about him.
Marian Hossa, who missed Game 3 against the Bruins due to injury, was lit up by Amonte, who is ninth on the team’s all-time scoring list with 541 points.
“[Hossa] is not the guy with the highest pain threshold in the NHL,” Amonte said on Monday night on Comcast SportsNet. “If you look back to his stats and you look throughout his career, he usually plays about 60 games, takes about 20 or 30 off every year just to make sure he’s fresh coming into the postseason. He’s not a guy that will play through a lot of injuries.”
After playing in Game 4 –and playing well — Hossa fired a shot back at the Massachusetts native.
“I don’t really care what Tony Amonte says,” Hossa barked when asked if he heard Amonte’s comments.
“Look, if you cannot go, you cannot go,” he said on Wednesday of missing Monday’s game. “You almost fee