Chicago Blackhawks


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particular team.  Our stats pages will include our version of the all-time Chicago Blackhawks team as well as obscure stats about the team.  Note: Stats are as of the start of the 2011-12 season (unless otherwise indicated).

Did You Know?  The Chicago Blackhawks were founded in 1926 and are one of the original six team in the NHL.  The Blackhawk logo was named after the 333rd Machine Gun Battalion of the 86th Infantry Division during World War I which were named “The Blackhawk Division” and from Chief Black Hawk from the Sauk nation tribe was also a prominent figure in the history of Illinois.

 

Chicago Blackhawks StatisticsChicago Blackhawks Stats

Debut Season:  1926-27
# of Stanley Cups: 4 (most recent 2010)
Longest Playoff Streak: 28 years (1970-1997)
Most Wins in a Season: 52 – 2009-10
# of captains in team history: 35
# of coaches in team history: 37
Most Coaching Wins: Billy Reay 516
Most Goals in a Season: 351 – 1985-86
Most Points All Time: Stan Mikita 1,462
Toughest Chicago Blachawk player of all-time: Al Secord
# of retired jerseys: 7
Most Games Played:  Stan Mikita 1,394
Most Goalie Wins:  Tony Esposito – 418
Most Popular Player of All-Time:  Bobby Hull

Chicago Blackhawks All Time Team

Coach:  Bill Reay

Goalie:  Tony Esposito

Defenseman: Chris Chelios

Defenseman:  Pierre Pilote

Left-wing:  Bobby Hull

Center:  Stan Mikta

Right-wing:  Steve Larmer

Enforcer:  Al Secord

 


Top 25 Chicago Blackhawks of All Time

  1. Bobby Hull
  2. Stan Mikita
  3. Tony Esposito
  4. Glenn Hall
  5. Denis Savard
  6. Chris Chelios
  7. Doug Bentley
  8. Doug Wilson
  9. Steve Larmer
  10. Jeremy Roenick
  11. Al Secord
  12. Dirk Graham
  13. Bob Murray
  14. Pit Martin
  15. Ed Belfour
  16. Tony Amonte
  17. Erik Nesterenko
  18. Pierre Pilote
  19. Bill Mosienko
  20. Johnathan Toews
  21. Keith Magnuson
  22. Dave Manson
  23. Bob Probert
  24. Patrick Kane
  25. Chiko Maki

 

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