Ex-Seattle Kraken Fan Favourite to Receive Major Honouring Once Retired

Published September 29, 2023 at 10:40 PM
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A Legacy That Deserves The Best Appreciation

Mark Giordano, the former captain of the Seattle Kraken, is making a strong case for his future induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame. At 39 years old, Giordano's impressive career spans 17 seasons and 1,102 games. With 155 goals, 413 assists, a remarkable +119 plus-minus rating, and an astounding 2,078 blocked shots, his impact on the ice is undeniable in all organizations he's contributed to.

Leadership Beyond Stats

But Giordano's contributions go beyond the numbers. He was a beloved figure in Seattle, wearing the captain's ''C'' with pride and earning respect for his leadership both on and off the ice.


''That's Hall of Fame numbers, and you cannot say otherwise. He'll be inducted into the HHOF one day. The first Kraken member to be inducted likely..''


As he approaches the age of 40, his legacy as a reliable, skilled player and inspirational leader places him squarely in the conversation for a well-deserved place in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Giordano is set to continue his NHL career with the Toronto Maple Leafs this season.
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Ex-Seattle Kraken Fan Favourite to Receive Major Honouring Once Retired

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