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Chicago Blackhawks Team History


The Chicago Blackhawks were formed in September of 1926. Major Frederic McLaughlin invested $200,000 to purchase the Portland Rosebuds of the Western Hockey League. The WHL teams were unable to compete with the higher paid NHL. The Chicago Blawkhawks are considered one of the original six NHL teams. In 1928 the Blackhawks moved from the Coliseum to the newly built 18,000 seat Chicago Statdium - the biggest NHL areana at that time. The club was in some financial trouble when in 1952 a group comprising of Jim Norris Sr. and Jr, along with Arthur Wirtz joined together to purchase the franchise.. In 1954, Bill Wirtz joined with his father and brother. One of the moist famous incidents was in the early 1970's when superstar Bobby Hull up against the Wirtz family in a salary dispute, left the Blackhawks and the NHL for the newly organized World Hockey Association (WHA).

Chicago Blackhawks Current Arena


Name: United Center
Address: 1901 West Madison Street Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: (312) 455-4500
Website: http://www.unitedcenter.com/
Capacity: 19717
Opened: 1994

National Hockey League - Chicago Blackhawks Draft History


Year Name Rnd Pick Pos From League
2009 Dylan Olsen 1 28 D Camrose Kodiaks AJHL
2009 Brandon Pirri 2 59 C Georgetown Raiders OJHL
2009 Daniel Delisle 3 89 C Totino Grace H.S. MN
2009 Byron Froese 4 119 C Everett Silvertips WHL
2009 Marcus Kruger 5 149 C Djurgarden Jrs. Sweden
2009 David Pacan 6 177 C Cumberland Grads CJAHL
2009 Paul Phillips 7 195 D Cedar Rapids RoughRiders USHL
2009 David Gilbert 7 209 C Quebec Remparts QMJHL
2008 Kyle Beach 1 11 C Everett Silvertips WHL
2008 Shawn Lalonde 3 68 D Belleville Bulls OHL
2008 Teigan Zahn 5 132 D Saskatoon Blades WHL
2008 Jonathan Carlsson 6 162 D Brynas IF Gavle SEL
2008 Ben Smith 6 169 R Boston College NCAA
2008 Braden Birch 6 179 D Oakville Blades OPJHL
2008 Joe Gleason 7 192 D Edina H.S. MN
2007 Patrick Kane 1 1 R London Knights OHL
2007 Billy Sweatt 2 38 L Colorado College NCAA
2007 Akim Aliu 2 56 R Sudbury Wolves OHL
2007 Maxime Tanguay 3 69 C Rimouski Oceanic QMJHL
2007 Josh Unice 3 86 G US National Under 18 Team
2007 Joseph Lavin 5 126 D US National Under 18 Team
2007 Richard Greenop 6 156 C Windsor Spitfires OHL
2006 Jonathan Toews 1 3 C U. of North Dakota NCAA
2006 Igor Makarov 2 33 R Krylja-2 Russia
2006 Simon Danis-Pepin 2 61 D U. of Maine NCAA
2006 Tony Lagerstrom 3 76 C Sodertalje Jr. Sweden
2006 Ben Shutron 4 95 D Kingston Frontenacs OHL
2006 Joe Palmer 4 96 G US National Under 18 Team
2006 Jan-Mikael Jutilainen 6 156 F Jokerit Jrs Finland
2006 Chris Auger 6 169 C Wellington Dukes OPJHL
2006 Peter Leblanc 7 186 C Hamilton Red Wings OPJHL
2005 Jack Skille 1 7 R U.S. Junior National Team Intl
2005 Michael Blunden 2 43 R Erie Otters OHL
2005 Dan Bertram 2 54 R Boston College NCAA
2005 Evan Brophey 3 68 C Belleville Bulls OHL
2005 Niklas Hjalmarsson 4 108 D HV71 Jonkoping SEL
2005 Nathan Davis 4 113 C Miami University (Ohio) NCAA
2005 Denis Istomin 4 117 R Chelyabinsk-2 Russia
2005 Brennan Turner 5 134 D Notre Dame Hounds SJHL
2005 Joe Fallon 6 167 G U. of Vermont NCAA
2005 Joe Charlebois 6 188 D Sioux City Musketeers USHL
2005 David Kuchejda 7 202 R Budejovice Jrs Czech Repu
2005 Adam Hobson 7 203 C Spokane Chiefs WHL
2004 Cam Barker 1 3 D Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
2004 Dave Bolland 2 32 C London Knights OHL
2004 Bryan Bickell 2 41 L Ottawa 67's OHL
2004 Ryan Garlock 2 45 C Windsor Spitfires OHL
2004 Jakub Sindel 2 54 C Sparta Praha Czech
2004 Adam Berti 3 68 L Oshawa Generals OHL
2004 Mitch Maunu 4 120 D Windsor Spitfires OHL
2004 Karel Hromas 4 123 L Sparta Jrs. Czech Repu
2004 Trevor Kell 5 131 R London Knights OHL
2004 Jake Dowell 5 140 C U. of Wisconsin NCAA
2004 Scott McCulloch 6 165 L Grande Prairie Storm AJHL
2004 Petri Kontiola 7 196 C Tappara Tampere FNL
2004 Troy Brouwer 7 214 R Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
2004 Jared Walker 7 223 L Red Deer Rebels WHL
2004 Eric Hunter 8 229 C Prince George Cougars WHL
2004 Matthew Ford 8 256 R Sioux Falls Stampede USHL
2004 Marko Anttila 9 260 R Lempaala Finland
2003 Brent Seabrook 1 14 D Lethbridge Hurricanes WHL
2003 Corey Crawford 2 52 G Moncton Wildcats QMJHL
2003 Michal Barinka 2 59 D Ceske Budejovice HC Czech
2003 Lasse Kukkonen 5 151 D Karpat FNL
2003 Alexei Ivanov 5 156 L Yaroslavl Jrs. Russia
2003 Johan Andersson 6 181 C Troja Sweden
2003 Mike Brodeur 7 211 G Camrose Kodiaks AJHL
2003 Dustin Byfuglien 8 245 D Prince George Cougars WHL
2003 Michael Grenzy 9 275 D Chicago Steel USHL
2003 Chris Porter 9 282 F Lincoln Stars USHL
2002 Anton Babchuk 1 21 D Elemash Elektrostal Russia
2002 Duncan Keith 2 54 D Michigan State University NCAA
2002 Alexander Kozhevnikov 3 93 F Krylja Jr. Russia
2002 Matt Ellison 4 128 C Cowichan Valley Capitals BCHL
2002 James Wisniewski 5 156 D Plymouth Whalers OHL
2002 Kevin Kantee 6 188 D Jokerit Jrs Finland
2002 Tyson Kellerman 7 219 G North Bay Centennials OHL
2002 Jason Kostadine 8 251 R Hull Olympiques QMJHL
2002 Adam Burish 9 282 C Green Bay Gamblers USHL
2001 Tuomo Ruutu 1 9 C Jokerit Helsinki FNL
2001 Adam Munro 1 29 G Erie Otters OHL
2001 Matt Keith 2 59 C Spokane Chiefs WHL
2001 Craig Anderson 3 73 G Guelph Storm OHL
2001 Brent MacLellan 4 104 D Rimouski Oceanic QMJHL
2001 Vladimir Gusev 4 115 D Khabarovsk Amur Russia
2001 Alexei Zotkin 4 119 L Magnitogorsk Metallurg Russia
2001 Tommi Jaminki 5 142 R Blues Jrs Finland
2001 Alexander Golovin 6 174 L Omsk Jrs. Russia
2001 Petr Puncochar 6 186 D Karlovy Vary HC Czech
2001 Teemu Jaaskelainen 7 205 D Ilves Jrs Finland
2001 Oleg Minakov 7 216 F Elektrostal Russia
2001 Jeff Miles 9 268 R U. of Vermont NCAA
2000 Mikhail Yakubov 1 10 C Tolyatti-2
2000 Pavel Vorobiev 1 11 R Yaroslavl Torpedo Russia
2000 Jonas Nordqvist 2 49 C Leksands IF SEL
2000 Igor Radulov 3 74 L Yaroslavl Torpedo Russia
2000 Scotty Balan 4 106 D Regina Pats WHL
2000 Olli Malmivaara 4 117 D Jokerit Helsinki FNL
2000 Alexander Barkunov 5 151 D Yaroslavl Torpedo Russia
2000 Mike Ayers 6 177 G Dubuque Fighting Saints USHL
2000 Joey Martin 6 193 D Omaha Lancers USHL
2000 Cliff Loya 7 207 D U. of Maine NCAA
2000 Vladislav Luchkin 7 225 C Cherepovets Jr. Russia
2000 Adam Berkhoel 8 240 G Twin City Vulcans USHL
2000 Peter Flache 9 262 C Guelph Storm OHL
2000 Reto Von Arx 9 271 L Davos SwissA
2000 Arne Ramholt 9 291 D Kloten SwissA
1999 Steve McCarthy 1 23 D Kootenay Ice WHL
1999 Dmitri Levinsky 2 46 F Cherepovets Severstal Russia
1999 Stepan Mokhov 2 63 D Cherepovets Severstal Russia
1999 Michael Jacobsen 5 134 D Belleville Bulls OHL
1999 Michael Leighton 6 165 G Windsor Spitfires OHL
1999 Mattias Wennerberg 7 194 C MoDo Jr. Sweden
1999 Yorick Treille 7 195 F U. of Lowell NCAA
1999 Andrew Carver 8 223 D Hull Olympiques QMJHL
1998 Mark Bell 1 8 C Ottawa 67's OHL
1998 Matthias Trattnig 4 94 F U. of Maine NCAA
1998 Kent Huskins 6 156 D Clarkson University NCAA
1998 Jari Viuhkola 6 158 C Karpat FinD1
1998 Jonathan Pelletier 6 166 G Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL
1998 Tyler Arnason 7 183 C Fargo-Moorhead Ice Sharks USHL
1998 Sean Griffin 8 210 Kingston Frontenacs OHL
1998 Alexandre Couture 9 238 Sherbrooke Faucons QMJHL
1998 Andrei Yershov 9 240 D Khimik Voskresensk Russia
1997 Daniel Cleary 1 13 L Belleville Bulls OHL
1997 Ty Jones 1 16 W Spokane Chiefs WHL
1997 Jeremy Reich 2 39 L Seattle Thunderbirds WHL
1997 Mike Souza 3 67 L U. of New Hampshire NCAA
1997 Ben Simon 5 110 C Notre Dame NCAA
1997 Pete Gardiner 5 120 F R.P.I. NCAA
1997 Kyle Calder 5 130 L Regina Pats WHL
1997 Heath Gordon 6 147 L Green Bay Gamblers USHL
1997 Jared Smith 7 174 Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1997 Sergei Shikhanov 8 204 F Tolyatti Lada Russia
1997 Chris Feil 9 230 D Ohio State University NCAA
1996 Remi Royer 2 31 D St. Hyacinthe Lasers QMJHL
1996 Jeff Paul 2 42 D Niagara Falls Thunder OHL
1996 Geoff Peters 2 46 C Niagara Falls Thunder OHL
1996 Andy Johnson 5 130 D Peterborough Petes OHL
1996 Mike Vellinga 7 184 D Guelph Storm OHL
1996 Chris Twerdun 8 210 D Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
1996 Andrei Kozyrev 9 236 D Cherepovets Severstal Russia
1995 Dmitri Nabokov 1 19 C Krylja Sovetov Russia
1995 Christian Laflamme 2 45 D Beauport Harfangs QMJHL
1995 Kevin McKay 3 71 D Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
1995 Chris Van Dyk 4 82 Windsor Spitfires OHL
1995 Pavel Kriz 4 97 Tri-City Americans WHL
1995 Marc Magliarditi 6 146 G Des Moines Buccaneers USHL
1995 Marty Wilford 6 149 D Oshawa Generals OHL
1995 Steve Tardif 7 175 C Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL
1995 Casey Hankinson 8 201 R U. of Minnesota NCAA
1995 Michael Pittman 9 227 R Guelph Storm OHL
1994 Ethan Moreau 1 14 L Niagara Falls Thunder OHL
1994 Jean-Yves Leroux 2 40 L Beauport Harfangs QMJHL
1994 Steve McLaren 4 85 L North Bay Centennials OHL
1994 Marc Dupuis 5 118 D Belleville Bulls OHL
1994 Jim Ensom 6 144 L North Bay Centennials OHL
1994 Tyler Prosofsky 7 170 R Tacoma Rockets WHL
1994 Mike Josephson 8 196 L Kamloops Blazers WHL
1994 Lubomir Jandera 9 222 Litvinov CHP HC Czech
1994 Lars Weibel 10 248 G Lugano SwissA
1994 Rob Mara 11 263 Belmont Hill H.S. MA
1993 Eric Lecompte 1 24 L Hull Olympiques QMJHL
1993 Eric Manlow 2 50 L Kitchener Rangers OHL
1993 Bogdan Savenko 3 54 R Niagara Falls Thunder OHL
1993 Ryan Huska 3 76 C Kamloops Blazers WHL
1993 Eric Daze 4 90 L Beauport Harfangs QMJHL
1993 Patrick Pysz 4 102 R Augsburg EV 2.GBun
1993 Jonni Vauhkonen 5 128 R Reipas Lahti FNL
1993 Tom White 7 180 L Westminster H.S. CT
1993 Sergei Petrov 8 206 R Cloquet H.S. MN
1993 Mike Rusk 9 232 D Guelph Storm OHL
1993 Mike McGhan 10 258 L Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1993 Tom Noble 11 284 G Catholic Memorial H.S. MA
1992 Sergei Krivokrasov 1 12 R CSKA Moscow Russia
1992 Jeff Shantz 2 36 C Regina Pats WHL
1992 Sergei Klimovich 2 41 C Moscow Dynamo Russia
1992 Andy MacIntyre 4 89 L Saskatoon Blades WHL
1992 Tim Hogan 5 113 D U. of Michigan NCAA
1992 Gerry Skrypec 6 137 Ottawa 67's OHL
1992 Mike Prokopec 7 161 R Cornwall Royals OHL
1992 Layne Roland 8 185 R Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1992 David Hymovitz 9 209 L Thayer Academy MA
1992 Richard Raymond 10 233 D Cornwall Royals OHL
1991 Dean McAmmond 1 22 L Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1991 Mike Pomichter 2 39 L Springfield Olympics NEJHL
1991 Jamie Matthews 2 44 C Sudbury Wolves OHL
1991 Bobby House 3 66 R Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1991 Igor Kravchuk 4 71 D CSKA Moscow Russia
1991 Zac Boyer 4 88 R Kamloops Blazers WHL
1991 Maco Balkovec 5 110 D Merritt Centennials BCJHL
1991 Kevin St. Jacques 6 112 C Lethbridge Hurricanes WHL
1991 Jacques Auger 6 132 U. of Wisconsin NCAA
1991 Scott Kirton 7 154 R Powell River Paper Kings BCJHL
1991 Roch Belley 8 176 G Niagara Falls Thunder OHL
1991 Scott MacDonald 9 198 D Choate Academy CT
1991 Alexander Andrievski 10 220 R Moscow Dynamo Russia
1991 Mike Larkin 11 242 D Rice Memorial H.S. MA
1991 Scott Dean 12 264 Lake Forest H.S. Ill.
1991 Dan Gravelle 0 28 W Merrimack College NCAA
1990 Karl Dykhuis 1 16 D Hull Olympiques QMJHL
1990 Ivan Droppa 2 37 D Liptovsky Mikulas Czech
1990 Chris Tucker 4 79 F Bloomington Jefferson H.S. MN
1990 Brent Stickney 6 121 St. Paul's H.S. NH
1990 Derek Edgerly 6 124 C Stoneham Mass. H.S.
1990 Hugo Belanger 8 163 L Clarkson University NCAA
1990 Owen Lessard 9 184 L Owen Sound Platers OHL
1990 Erik Peterson 10 205 Brockton H.S. MA
1990 Steve Dubinsky 11 226 C Clarkson University NCAA
1990 Dino Grossi 12 247 F Northeastern University NCAA
1990 Claude Maillet 0 20 D Merrimack College NCAA
1989 Adam Bennett 1 6 D Sudbury Wolves OHL
1989 Mike Speer 2 27 D Guelph Platers OHL
1989 Bob Kellogg 3 48 D Springfield Olympics NEJHL
1989 Tommi Pullola 6 111 F Sport Finland
1989 Tracy Egeland 7 132 R Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1989 Milan Tichy 8 153 D Plzen Skoda Czech
1989 Jason Greyerbiehl 9 174 Colgate University NCAA
1989 Matt Saunders 10 195 Northeastern University NCAA
1989 Mike Kozak 11 216 Clarkson University NCAA
1989 Mike Doneghey 12 237 G Catholic Memorial H.S. MA
1989 Alex Roberts 0 11 D U. of Michigan NCAA
1988 Jeremy Roenick 1 8 C Thayer Academy MA
1988 Trevor Dam 3 50 R London Knights OHL
1988 Stefan Elvenes 4 71 Rogle Sweden
1988 Joe Cleary 5 92 D Stratford Jr. B
1988 Justin Lafayette 6 113 C Ferris State University NCAA
1988 Craig Woodcroft 7 134 C Colgate University NCAA
1988 Jon Pojar 8 155 Roseville H.S. MN
1988 Matt Hentges 9 176 Edina H.S. MN
1988 Daniel Maurice 10 197 Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
1988 Dirk Tenzer 11 218 St. Paul?s H.S. NH
1988 Andreas Lupzig 12 239 F Landshut EV Germ
1988 Todd Wolf 0 13 Colgate University NCAA
1987 Jimmy Waite 1 8 G Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
1987 Ryan McGill 2 29 D Swift Current Broncos WHL
1987 Cam Russell 3 50 D Hull Olympiques QMJHL
1987 Mike Dagenais 3 60 D Peterborough Petes OHL
1987 Ulf Sandstrom 5 92 Modo Hockey Ornskoldsvik SEL
1987 Mike McCormick 6 113 R Richmond Sockeyes BCJHL
1987 Stephen Tepper 7 134 R Westboro H.S. MA
1987 John Reilly 8 155 Phillips Academy MA
1987 Lance Werness 9 176 R Burnsville H.S. MN
1987 Dale Marquette 10 197 L Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1987 Bill LaCouture 11 218 R Natick H.S. MA
1987 Mike Lappin 12 239 C Northwood Prep NY
1986 Everett Sanipass 1 14 L Verdun Junior Canadiens QMJHL
1986 Mark Kurzawski 2 35 D Windsor Compuware Spitfires OHL
1986 Frantisek Kucera 4 77 D Sparta Praha Czech
1986 Lonnie Loach 5 98 L Guelph Platers OHL
1986 Mario Doyon 6 119 D Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL
1986 Mike Hudson 7 140 C Sudbury Wolves OHL
1986 Marty Nanne 8 161 R U. of Minnesota NCAA
1986 Geoff Benic 9 182 L Windsor Compuware Spitfires OHL
1986 Glenn Lowes 10 203 L Toronto Marlboros OHL
1986 Chris Thayer 11 224 Kent H.S. CT
1986 Sean Williams 12 245 C Oshawa Generals OHL
1986 Dave Randall 0 5 D Northern Michigan University NCAA
1985 Dave Manson 1 11 D Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1985 Andy Helmuth 3 53 G Ottawa 67's OHL
1985 Dan Vincelette 4 74 L Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL
1985 Rick Herbert 5 87 D Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1985 Brad Belland 5 95 C Sudbury Wolves OHL
1985 Jonas Heed 6 116 D Sodertalje SK SEL
1985 Victor Posa 7 137 D U. of Wisconsin NCAA
1985 John Reid 8 158 G Belleville Bulls OHL
1985 Richard Laplante 9 179 F U. of Vermont NCAA
1985 Brad Hamilton 10 200 D Aurora Tigers OHA-A
1985 Ian Pound 11 221 D Kitchener Rangers OHL
1985 Richard Braccia 12 242 F Avon Old Farms H.S. CT
1984 Ed Olczyk 1 3 C U.S. National Team Intl
1984 Trent Yawney 3 45 D Saskatoon Blades WHL
1984 Tom Eriksson 4 66 F Modo Hockey Ornskoldsvik SEL
1984 Timo Lehkonen 5 90 G Jokerit Helsinki FNL
1984 Darin Sceviour 5 101 F Lethbridge Broncos WHL
1984 Chris Clifford 6 111 G Kingston Canadians OHL
1984 Mike Stapleton 7 132 C Cornwall Royals OHL
1984 Glenn Greenough 8 153 R Sudbury Wolves OHL
1984 Ralph DiFiori 9 174 D Shawinigan Cataractes QMJHL
1984 Joakim Persson 10 194 D Brynas IF Gavle SEL
1984 Bill Brown 11 215 F St. Paul Simley H.S. MN
1984 David Mackey 11 224 L Victoria Cougars WHL
1984 Dan Williams 12 235 D Chicago Jets NAHL
1983 Bruce Cassidy 1 18 D Ottawa 67's OHL
1983 Wayne Presley 2 39 R Kitchener Rangers OHL
1983 Marc Bergevin 3 59 D Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
1983 Tarek Howard 4 79 D Olds Grizzlys AJHL
1983 Kevin Robinson 5 99 L Toronto Marlboros OHL
1983 Jari Torkki 6 115 L Lukko Rauma FNL
1983 Mark LaVarre 6 119 R Stratford Jr. B OPJHL
1983 Scott Birnie 7 139 R Cornwall Royals OHL
1983 Kent Paynter 8 159 D Kitchener Rangers OHL
1983 Brian Noonan 9 179 R Archbishop Williams H.S. MA
1983 Dominik Hasek 10 199 G Pardubice HC Czech
1983 Steve Pepin 11 219 F St. Jean Beavers QMJHL
1982 Ken Yaremchuk 1 7 F Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1982 Rene Badeau 2 28 D Quebec Remparts QMJHL
1982 Tom McMurchy 3 49 F Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1982 Bill Watson 4 70 F Prince Albert Raiders SJHL
1982 Brad Beck 5 91 D Penticton Knights BCJHL
1982 Mark Hatcher 6 112 D Niagara Falls Flyers OHL
1982 Jay Ness 7 133 D Roseau H.S. MN
1982 Jeff Smith 8 154 F London Knights OHL
1982 Phil Patterson 9 175 R Ottawa 67's OHL
1982 James Camazzola 10 196 L Penticton Knights BCJHL
1982 Mike James 11 217 D Ottawa 67's OHL
1982 Bob Andrea 12 238 D Dartmouth Jrs. NSJHL
1981 Tony Tanti 1 12 L Oshawa Generals OHL
1981 Kevin Griffin 2 25 F Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1981 Darrel Anholt 3 54 D Calgary Wranglers WHL
1981 Perry Pelensky 4 75 F Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1981 Doug Chessell 5 96 G London Knights OHL
1981 Bill Schafhauser 6 117 D Northern Michigan University NCAA
1981 Marc Centrone 7 138 Lethbridge Broncos WHL
1981 Johan Mellstron 8 159 Falun Sweden
1981 John Benns 9 180 Billings Bighorns WHL
1981 Sylvain Roy 10 201 Hull Olympiques QMJHL
1980 Denis Savard 1 3 F Montreal Juniors QMJHL
1980 Jerome Dupont 1 15 D Toronto Marlboros OHA
1980 Steve Ludzik 2 28 F Niagara Falls Flyers OHA
1980 Ken Solheim 2 30 F Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
1980 Len Dawes 2 36 Victoria Cougars WHL
1980 Troy Murray 3 57 C St. Albert Saints AJHL
1980 Marcel Frere 3 58 F Billings Bighorns WHL
1980 Carey Wilson 4 67 C Dartmouth College NCAA
1980 Brian Shaw 4 78 R Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1980 Kevin Ginnell 5 99 Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
1980 Steve Larmer 6 120 F Niagara Falls Flyers OHA
1980 Sean Simpson 7 141 Ottawa 67's OHA
1980 Jim Ralph 8 162 G Ottawa 67's OHA
1980 Don Dietrich 9 183 D Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1980 Dan Frawley 10 204 R Sudbury Wolves OHA
1979 Keith Brown 1 7 D Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1979 Tim Trimper 2 28 F Peterborough Petes OHA
1979 Bill Gardner 3 49 F Peterborough Petes OHA
1979 Louis Begin 4 70 Sherbrooke Beavers QMJHL
1979 Lowell Loveday 5 91 D Kingston Canadians OHA
1979 Doug Crossman 6 112 D Ottawa 67's OHA
1978 Tim Higgins 1 10 F Ottawa 67's OHA
1978 Doug Lecuyer 2 29 C Portland Winter Hawks WCHL
1978 Rick Paterson 3 46 F Cornwall Royals QMJHL
1978 Brian Young 4 63 D New Westminster Bruins WCHL
1978 Mark Murphy 5 79 L Toronto Marlboros OHA
1978 Dave Feamster 6 96 D Colorado College NCAA
1978 Dave Mancuso 7 113 D Windsor Spitfires OHA
1978 Sandy Ross 8 130 Colgate University NCAA
1978 Mark Locken 9 147 G Niagara Falls Flyers OHA
1978 Glenn Van 10 164 D Colorado College NCAA
1978 Darryl Sutter 11 179 F Lethbridge Broncos WCHL
1977 Doug Wilson 1 6 D Ottawa 67's OHA
1977 Jean Savard 2 19 Quebec Remparts QMJHL
1977 Randy Ireland 4 60 G Portland Winter Hawks WCHL
1977 Gary Platt 5 78 Sorel Black Hawks QMJHL
1977 Jack O'Callahan 6 96 D Boston University NCAA
1977 Floyd Lahache 7 114 D Sherbrooke Beavers QMJHL
1977 Jeff Geiger 8 129 Ottawa 67's OHA
1977 Steve Ough 9 144 Laval National QMJHL
1976 Real Cloutier 1 9 F Quebec Nordiques WHA
1976 Jeff McDill 2 27 R Victoria Cougars WCHL
1976 Thomas Gradin 3 45 F Modo Sweden
1976 Dave Debol 4 63 C U. of Michigan NCAA
1976 Terry McDonald 5 81 C Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL
1976 John Peterson 6 99 G Notre Dame NCAA
1976 John Rothstein 7 115 U. of Minnesota-Duluth NCAA
1975 Greg Vaydik 1 7 F Medicine Hat Tigers WCHL
1975 Danny Arndt 2 25 L Saskatoon Blades WCHL
1975 Mike O'Connell 3 43 D Kingston Canadians OHA
1975 Pierre Giroux 4 61 L Hull Festivals QMJHL
1975 Bob Hoffmeyer 5 79 D Saskatoon Blades WCHL
1975 Tom Ulseth 6 97 U. of Wisconsin NCAA
1975 Ted Bulley 7 115 L Hull Festivals QMJHL
1975 Paul Jensen 8 133 D Michigan Tech NCAA
1974 Grant Mulvey 1 16 F Calgary Centennials WCHL
1974 Alain Daigle 2 34 F Trois Rivieres Ducs QMJHL
1974 Bob Murray 3 52 D Cornwall Royals QMJHL
1974 Terry Ruskowski 4 70 C Swift Current Broncos WCHL
1974 Dave Logan 5 88 D Laval National QMJHL
1974 Bob Volpe 6 106 G Sudbury Wolves OHA
1974 Eddie Mio 7 124 G Colorado College NCAA
1974 Mike St. Cyr 8 141 D Kitchener Rangers OHA
1974 Steve Colp 9 158 Michigan State University NCAA
1974 Rick Fraser 10 173 D Oshawa Generals OHA
1974 Jean Bernier 11 188 D Shawinigan Dynamos QMJHL
1974 Dwayne Byers 12 200 F Sherbrooke Beavers QMJHL
1974 Glen Ing 13 210 Victoria Cougars WCHL
1973 Darcy Rota 1 13 L Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL
1973 Reg Thomas 2 29 L London Knights OHA
1973 Randy Holt 3 45 D Sudbury Wolves OHA
1973 Dave Elliott 4 61 C Winnipeg Jets WCHL
1973 Dan Hinton 5 77 L Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHA
1973 Garry Doerksen 6 93 C Winnipeg Jets WCHL
1973 Wayne Dye 7 109 L New Westminster Bruins WCHL
1973 Jim Koleff 8 125 C Hamilton Red Wings OHA
1973 Jack Johnson 9 140 L U. of Wisconsin NCAA
1973 Steve Alley 9 141 L U. of Wisconsin NCAA
1973 Rick Clubbe 10 156 R U. of North Dakota NCAA
1973 Gene Strate 11 165 D Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL
1972 Phil Russell 1 13 D Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL
1972 Brian Ogilvie 2 29 C Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL
1972 Mike Veisor 3 45 G Peterborough Petes OHA
1972 Tom Peluso 4 61 R U. of Denver NCAA
1972 Rejean Giroux 5 77 R Quebec Remparts QMJHL
1972 Rob Palmer 6 93 C U. of Denver NCAA
1972 Terry Smith 7 109 R Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL
1972 Billy Reay 8 125 R U. of Wisconsin NCAA
1972 Gary Donaldson 9 141 R Victoria Cougars WCHL
1971 Dan Spring 1 12 C Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL
1971 Dave Kryskow 2 26 L Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL
1971 Bob Peppler 3 40 L St. Catharines Black Hawks OHA
1971 Clyde Simon 4 54 R St. Catharines Black Hawks OHA
1971 Dean Blais 5 68 R U. of Minnesota NCAA
1971 Jim Johnston 6 82 C U. of Wisconsin NCAA
1970 Dan Maloney 1 14 L London Knights OHA
1970 Michel Archambault 2 28 L Drummondville Rangers QMJHL
1970 Len Frig 3 42 D Calgary Centennials WCHL
1970 Walt Ledingham 4 56 L U. of Minnesota-Duluth NCAA
1970 Gilles Meloche 5 70 G Verdun Maple Leafs QMJHL
1969 J.P. Bordeleau 1 13 R Montreal Junior Canadiens OHA
1969 Larry Romanchych 2 24 R Flin Flon Bombers WCHL
1969 Milt Black 3 36 R Winnipeg Jets WCHL
1969 Daryl Maggs 4 48 D Calgary Centennials WCHL
1969 Mike Baumgartner 5 60 D U. of North Dakota NCAA
1969 Dave Hudson 6 71 C U. of North Dakota NCAA
1968 John Marks 1 9 L U. of North Dakota NCAA
1967 Bob Tombari 1 7 L Sault Ste. Marie
1966 Terry Caffery 1 3 C Toronto Marlboros OHA
1966 Ron Dussiaume 2 9 L Oshawa Generals OHA
1966 Larry Gibbons 3 15 D Markham Jr. B
1966 Brian Morenz 4 21 L Oshawa Generals OHA
1965 Andy Culligan 1 2 St. Michael's Jr. B
1965 Brian McKenney 2 7 Smiths Falls Jr.
1964 Richie Bayes 1 4 C Dixie Midgets
1964 Jan Popiel 2 10 L Georgetown Midgets
1964 Carl Hadfield 3 16 R Dixie Jr. B
1964 Moe L'Abbe 4 22 R Rosemount Midgets
1963 Art Hampson 1 5 Trenton Midgets
1963 Wayne Davison 2 11 Georgetown Midgets
1963 Art Hampson 1 5 Trenton Midgets
1963 Wayne Davison 2 11 Georgetown Midgets
1963 Bill Carson 3 16 D Brampton Midgets


Chicago Black Hawks 1926-1927 Season Review


Coach - Pete Muldoon

Games Played: 44
Regular Season Wins: 19
Regular Season Loses: 22
Regular Season Ties: 3
Regular Season Points: 41

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Boston Bruins in the Quarter Final 1 - 0 - 1


Chicago Black Hawks 1927-1928 Season Review


Coach - Hugh Lehman

Games Played: 44
Regular Season Wins: 7
Regular Season Loses: 34
Regular Season Ties: 3
Regular Season Points: 17

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league



Chicago Black Hawks 1928-1929 Season Review


Coach - Herb Gardiner

Games Played: 44
Regular Season Wins: 7
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 22

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league



Chicago Black Hawks 1929-1930 Season Review


Coach - Tom Shaughnessy

Games Played: 44
Regular Season Wins: 21
Regular Season Loses: 18
Regular Season Ties: 5
Regular Season Points: 47

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Quarter Final 1 - 0 - 1


Chicago Black Hawks 1930-1931 Season Review


Coach - Dick Irvin

Games Played: 44
Regular Season Wins: 24
Regular Season Loses: 17
Regular Season Ties: 3
Regular Season Points: 51

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Toronto Maple Leafs in the Quarter Final 1 - 0 - 1
Chicago Black Hawks defeated New York Rangers in the Semi Final 2 - 0 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final 3 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Charlie Gardiner

Chicago Black Hawks 1931-1932 Season Review


Coach - Bill Tobin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 18
Regular Season Loses: 19
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 47

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Toronto Maple Leafs in the Quarter Final 1 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Charlie Gardiner
Vezina Trophy - Charlie Gardiner

Chicago Black Hawks 1932-1933 Season Review


Coach - Tommy Gorman

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 16
Regular Season Loses: 20
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 44

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league


NHL All-Star Second Team - Charlie Gardiner

Chicago Black Hawks 1933-1934 Season Review


Coach - Tommy Gorman

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 20
Regular Season Loses: 17
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 51

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Quarter Final 1 - 0 - 1
Chicago Black Hawks defeated Montreal Maroons in the Semi Final 2 - 0 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final 3 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Lionel Conacher
NHL All-Star Team - Charlie Gardiner
Vezina Trophy - Charlie Gardiner

Chicago Black Hawks 1934-1935 Season Review


Coach - Clem Loughlin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 26
Regular Season Loses: 17
Regular Season Ties: 5
Regular Season Points: 57

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Maroons in the Quarter Final 1 - 0 - 1

NHL All-Star Team - Lorne Chabot
NHL All-Star Second Team - Art Coulter
Vezina Trophy - Lorne Chabot

Chicago Black Hawks 1935-1936 Season Review


Coach - Clem Loughlin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 21
Regular Season Loses: 19
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 50

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by in the Quarter Final 1 - 1 - 0

Calder Memorial Trophy - Mike Karakas
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Doc Romnes
NHL All-Star Second Team - Paul Thompson

Chicago Black Hawks 1936-1937 Season Review


Coach - Clem Loughlin

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 14
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 35

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league


NHL All-Star Second Team - Earl Seibert

Chicago Black Hawks 1937-1938 Season Review


Coach - Bill Stewart

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 14
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 37

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Quarter Final 2 - 1 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated in the Semi Final 2 - 1 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated Toronto Maple Leafs in the Stanley Cup Final 3 - 1 - 0

Calder Memorial Trophy - Cully Dahlstrom
NHL All-Star Team - Paul Thompson
NHL All-Star Second Team - Earl Seibert

Chicago Black Hawks 1938-1939 Season Review


Coach - Bill Stewart

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 12
Regular Season Loses: 28
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 32

Finished: Seventh (7th) in the league


NHL All-Star Second Team - Johnny Gottselig
NHL All-Star Second Team - Earl Robinson
NHL All-Star Second Team - Earl Seibert

Chicago Black Hawks 1939-1940 Season Review


Coach - Paul Thompson

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 23
Regular Season Loses: 19
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 52

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Toronto Maple Leafs in the Quarter Final 2 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Earl Seibert

Chicago Black Hawks 1940-1941 Season Review


Coach - Paul Thompson

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 16
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 39

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Quarter Final 2 - 1 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 2 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Earl Seibert

Chicago Black Hawks 1941-1942 Season Review


Coach - Paul Thompson

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 22
Regular Season Loses: 23
Regular Season Ties: 3
Regular Season Points: 47

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Boston Bruins in the Quarter Final 2 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Earl Seibert

Chicago Black Hawks 1942-1943 Season Review


Coach - Paul Thompson

Games Played: 50
Regular Season Wins: 17
Regular Season Loses: 18
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 49

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league


Art Ross Trophy - Doug Bentley
NHL All-Star Team - Doug Bentley
NHL All-Star Team - Earl Seibert
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Max Bentley

Chicago Black Hawks 1943-1944 Season Review


Coach - Paul Thompson

Games Played: 50
Regular Season Wins: 22
Regular Season Loses: 23
Regular Season Ties: 5
Regular Season Points: 49

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Doug Bentley
NHL All-Star Team - Earl Seibert
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Clint Smith

Chicago Black Hawks 1944-1945 Season Review


Coach - Johnny Gottselig

Games Played: 50
Regular Season Wins: 13
Regular Season Loses: 30
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 33

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league


Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Bill Mosienko
NHL All-Star Second Team - Mike Karakas
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bill Mosienko

Chicago Black Hawks 1945-1946 Season Review


Coach - Johnny Gottselig

Games Played: 50
Regular Season Wins: 23
Regular Season Loses: 20
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 53

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Max Bentley
NHL All-Star Team - Max Bentley
Hart Memorial Trophy - Max Bentley
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bill Mosienko

Chicago Black Hawks 1946-1947 Season Review


Coach - Johnny Gottselig

Games Played: 60
Regular Season Wins: 19
Regular Season Loses: 37
Regular Season Ties: 4
Regular Season Points: 42

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league


Art Ross Trophy - Max Bentley
NHL All-Star Team - Doug Bentley
NHL All-Star Second Team - Max Bentley

Chicago Black Hawks 1947-1948 Season Review


Coach - Charlie Conacher

Games Played: 60
Regular Season Wins: 20
Regular Season Loses: 34
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 46

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league



Chicago Black Hawks 1948-1949 Season Review


Coach - Charlie Conacher

Games Played: 60
Regular Season Wins: 21
Regular Season Loses: 31
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 50

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league


Art Ross Trophy - Roy Conacher
NHL All-Star Team - Roy Conacher
NHL All-Star Second Team - Doug Bentley

Chicago Black Hawks 1949-1950 Season Review


Coach - Charlie Conacher

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 22
Regular Season Loses: 38
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 54

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league



Chicago Black Hawks 1950-1951 Season Review


Coach - Ebbie Goodfellow

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 13
Regular Season Loses: 47
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 36

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league



Chicago Black Hawks 1951-1952 Season Review


Coach - Ebbie Goodfellow

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 17
Regular Season Loses: 44
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 43

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league



Chicago Black Hawks 1952-1953 Season Review


Coach - Sid Abel

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 27
Regular Season Loses: 28
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 69

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Bill Gadsby

Chicago Black Hawks 1953-1954 Season Review


Coach - Sid Abel

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 12
Regular Season Loses: 51
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 31

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league


Hart Memorial Trophy - Al Rollins
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bill Gadsby

Chicago Black Hawks 1954-1955 Season Review


Coach - Frank Eddolls

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 13
Regular Season Loses: 40
Regular Season Ties: 17
Regular Season Points: 43

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league



Chicago Black Hawks 1955-1956 Season Review


Coach - Dick Irvin

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 19
Regular Season Loses: 39
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 50

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league



Chicago Black Hawks 1956-1957 Season Review


Coach - Tommy Ivan

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 16
Regular Season Loses: 39
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 47

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league


NHL All-Star Second Team - Ed Litzenberger

Chicago Black Hawks 1957-1958 Season Review


Coach - Tommy Ivan

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 24
Regular Season Loses: 39
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 55

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league


NHL All-Star Team - Glenn Hall

Chicago Black Hawks 1958-1959 Season Review


Coach - Rudy Pilous

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 28
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 69

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0


Chicago Black Hawks 1959-1960 Season Review


Coach - Rudy Pilous

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 28
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 69

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Bobby Hull
Calder Memorial Trophy - Bill Hay
NHL All-Star Team - Glenn Hall
NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Second Team - Pierre Pilote

Chicago Black Hawks 1960-1961 Season Review


Coach - Rudy Pilous

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 29
Regular Season Loses: 24
Regular Season Ties: 17
Regular Season Points: 75

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Glenn Hall
NHL All-Star Second Team - Pierre Pilote

Chicago Black Hawks 1961-1962 Season Review


Coach - Rudy Pilous

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 31
Regular Season Loses: 26
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 75

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Toronto Maple Leafs in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Team - Stan Mikita
NHL All-Star Second Team - Glenn Hall
NHL All-Star Second Team - Pierre Pilote

Chicago Black Hawks 1962-1963 Season Review


Coach - Rudy Pilous

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 32
Regular Season Loses: 21
Regular Season Ties: 17
Regular Season Points: 81

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Glenn Hall
NHL All-Star Team - Stan Mikita
NHL All-Star Team - Pierre Pilote
James Norris Memorial Trophy - Pierre Pilote
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Second Team - Moose Vasko
Vezina Trophy - Glenn Hall

Chicago Black Hawks 1963-1964 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 36
Regular Season Loses: 22
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 84

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Stan Mikita
NHL All-Star Team - Glenn Hall
NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Team - Stan Mikita
NHL All-Star Team - Pierre Pilote
NHL All-Star Team - Kenny Wharram
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Kenny Wharram
James Norris Memorial Trophy - Pierre Pilote
NHL All-Star Second Team - Moose Vasko

Chicago Black Hawks 1964-1965 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 34
Regular Season Loses: 28
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 76

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 3 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Stan Mikita
NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Team - Pierre Pilote
Hart Memorial Trophy - Bobby Hull
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Bobby Hull
James Norris Memorial Trophy - Pierre Pilote
NHL All-Star Second Team - Stan Mikita

Chicago Black Hawks 1965-1966 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 37
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 82

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Team - Glenn Hall
NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Team - Stan Mikita
NHL All-Star Team - Pierre Pilote
Hart Memorial Trophy - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Second Team - Pat Stapleton

Chicago Black Hawks 1966-1967 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 70
Regular Season Wins: 41
Regular Season Loses: 17
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 94

Finished: First (1st) in the league

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Toronto Maple Leafs in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Stan Mikita
Vezina Trophy - Denis DeJordy
NHL All-Star Second Team - Glenn Hall
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Stan Mikita
Hart Memorial Trophy - Stan Mikita
NHL All-Star Team - Kenny Wharram
NHL All-Star Team - Pierre Pilote
NHL All-Star Team - Stan Mikita
NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Hull
Vezina Trophy - Glenn Hall

Chicago Black Hawks 1967-1968 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 74
Regular Season Wins: 32
Regular Season Loses: 26
Regular Season Ties: 16
Regular Season Points: 80

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Eastern Division

Chicago Black Hawks defeated New York Rangers in the Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Stan Mikita
NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Team - Stan Mikita
Hart Memorial Trophy - Stan Mikita
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Stan Mikita

Chicago Black Hawks 1968-1969 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 76
Regular Season Wins: 34
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 77

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the Eastern Division


NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Hull

Chicago Black Hawks 1969-1970 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 76
Regular Season Wins: 45
Regular Season Loses: 22
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 99

Finished: First (1st) in the Eastern Division

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0

Calder Memorial Trophy - Tony Esposito
NHL All-Star Team - Tony Esposito
NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Hull
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy - Pit Martin
NHL All-Star Second Team - Stan Mikita
Vezina Trophy - Tony Esposito

Chicago Black Hawks 1970-1971 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 49
Regular Season Loses: 20
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 107

Finished: First (1st) in the Western Division

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Philadelphia Flyers in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated New York Rangers in the Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Second Team - Pat Stapleton

Chicago Black Hawks 1971-1972 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 46
Regular Season Loses: 17
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 107

Finished: First (1st) in the Western Division

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Pittsburgh Penguins in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by New York Rangers in the Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Tony Esposito
NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Hull
NHL All-Star Second Team - Pat Stapleton
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bill White
Vezina Trophy - Tony Esposito
Vezina Trophy - Gary Smith

Chicago Black Hawks 1972-1973 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 42
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 93

Finished: First (1st) in the Western Division

Chicago Black Hawks defeated St. Louis Blues in the Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated New York Rangers in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Tony Esposito
NHL All-Star Second Team - Dennis Hull
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bill White

Chicago Black Hawks 1973-1974 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 41
Regular Season Loses: 14
Regular Season Ties: 23
Regular Season Points: 105

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Western Division

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Los Angeles Kings in the Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Tony Esposito
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bill White
Vezina Trophy - Tony Esposito

Chicago Black Hawks 1974-1975 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 37
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 82

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Boston Bruins in the Preliminary Round 2 - 1 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Buffalo Sabres in the Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0


Chicago Black Hawks 1975-1976 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 32
Regular Season Loses: 30
Regular Season Ties: 18
Regular Season Points: 82

Finished: First (1st) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0


Chicago Black Hawks 1976-1977 Season Review


Coach - Billy Reay

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 26
Regular Season Loses: 43
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 63

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by New York Islanders in the Preliminary Round 2 - 0 - 0


Chicago Black Hawks 1977-1978 Season Review


Coach - Bob Pulford

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 32
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 19
Regular Season Points: 83

Finished: First (1st) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Boston Bruins in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0


Chicago Black Hawks 1978-1979 Season Review


Coach - Bob Pulford

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 29
Regular Season Loses: 36
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 73

Finished: First (1st) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by New York Islanders in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0


Chicago Black Hawks 1979-1980 Season Review


Coach - Eddie Johnston

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 34
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 19
Regular Season Points: 87

Finished: First (1st) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated St. Louis Blues in the Preliminary Round 3 - 0 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Buffalo Sabres in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Tony Esposito

Chicago Black Hawks 1980-1981 Season Review


Coach - Keith Magnuson

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 31
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 16
Regular Season Points: 78

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Calgary Flames in the Preliminary Round 3 - 0 - 0


Chicago Black Hawks 1981-1982 Season Review


Coach - Keith Magnuson

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 38
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 72

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated in the Division Semi Final 3 - 1 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated St. Louis Blues in the Division Final 4 - 2 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Vancouver Canucks in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Doug Wilson
James Norris Memorial Trophy - Doug Wilson

Chicago Black Hawks 1982-1983 Season Review


Coach - Orval Tessier

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 47
Regular Season Loses: 23
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 104

Finished: First (1st) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated St. Louis Blues in the Division Semi Final 3 - 1 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated in the Division Final 4 - 1 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Edmonton Oilers in the Conference Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Steve Larmer
Calder Memorial Trophy - Steve Larmer
NHL All-Star Second Team - Denis Savard

Chicago Black Hawks 1983-1984 Season Review


Coach - Orval Tessier

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 42
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 68

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by in the Division Semi Final 3 - 2 - 0


Chicago Black Hawks 1984-1985 Season Review


Coach - Bob Pulford

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 38
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 83

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Division Semi Final 3 - 0 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated in the Division Final 4 - 2 - 0
Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Edmonton Oilers in the Conference Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Doug Wilson

Chicago Black Hawks 1985-1986 Season Review


Coach - Bob Pulford

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 39
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 86

Finished: First (1st) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Black Hawks defeated by Toronto Maple Leafs in the Division Semi Final 3 - 0 - 0

Frank J. Selke Trophy - Troy Murray

Chicago Blackhawks 1986-1987 Season Review


Coach - Bob Pulford

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 29
Regular Season Loses: 37
Regular Season Ties: 14
Regular Season Points: 72

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Division Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0


Chicago Blackhawks 1987-1988 Season Review


Coach - Bob Murdoch

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 41
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 69

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated by St. Louis Blues in the Division Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Darren Pang

Chicago Blackhawks 1988-1989 Season Review


Coach - Mike Keenan

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 27
Regular Season Loses: 41
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 66

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Division Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated St. Louis Blues in the Division Final 4 - 1 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated by Calgary Flames in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0


Chicago Blackhawks 1989-1990 Season Review


Coach - Mike Keenan

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 41
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 88

Finished: First (1st) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated in the Division Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated St. Louis Blues in the Division Final 4 - 3 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated by Edmonton Oilers in the Conference Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Doug Wilson

Chicago Blackhawks 1990-1991 Season Review


Coach - Mike Keenan

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 49
Regular Season Loses: 23
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 106

Finished: First (1st) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated by in the Division Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Ed Belfour
Calder Memorial Trophy - Ed Belfour
NHL All-Star Team - Ed Belfour
William M. Jennings Trophy - Ed Belfour
NHL All-Star Second Team - Chris Chelios
Frank J. Selke Trophy - Dirk Graham
Vezina Trophy - Ed Belfour

Chicago Blackhawks 1991-1992 Season Review


Coach - Mike Keenan

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 36
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 87

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated St. Louis Blues in the Division Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Division Final 4 - 0 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated Edmonton Oilers in the Conference Final 4 - 0 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated by Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Dominik Hasek

Chicago Blackhawks 1992-1993 Season Review


Coach - Darryl Sutter

Games Played: 84
Regular Season Wins: 47
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 106

Finished: First (1st) in the Norris Division of the Campbell Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated by St. Louis Blues in the Division Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Ed Belfour
NHL All-Star Team - Chris Chelios
William M. Jennings Trophy - Ed Belfour
James Norris Memorial Trophy - Chris Chelios
Vezina Trophy - Ed Belfour

Chicago Blackhawks 1993-1994 Season Review


Coach - Darryl Sutter

Games Played: 84
Regular Season Wins: 39
Regular Season Loses: 36
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 87

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Central Division of the Western Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated by Toronto Maple Leafs in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0


Chicago Blackhawks 1994-1995 Season Review


Coach - Darryl Sutter

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 24
Regular Season Loses: 19
Regular Season Ties: 5
Regular Season Points: 53

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Central Division of the Western Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated Toronto Maple Leafs in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated Vancouver Canucks in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Chris Chelios
William M. Jennings Trophy - Ed Belfour
NHL All-Star Second Team - Ed Belfour

Chicago Blackhawks 1995-1996 Season Review


Coach - Craig Hartsburg

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 40
Regular Season Loses: 28
Regular Season Ties: 14
Regular Season Points: 94

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Central Division of the Western Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated Calgary Flames in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated by Colorado Avalanche in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Eric Daze
NHL All-Star Team - Chris Chelios
James Norris Memorial Trophy - Chris Chelios

Chicago Blackhawks 1996-1997 Season Review


Coach - Craig Hartsburg

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 34
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 81

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Central Division of the Western Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated by Colorado Avalanche in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Chris Chelios

Chicago Blackhawks 1997-1998 Season Review


Coach - Craig Hartsburg

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 39
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 73

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Central Division of the Western Conference



Chicago Blackhawks 1998-1999 Season Review


Coach - Dirk Graham

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 29
Regular Season Loses: 41
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 70

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Central Division of the Western Conference



Chicago Blackhawks 1999-2000 Season Review


Coach - Lorne Molleken

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 33
Regular Season Loses: 37
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 78

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Central Division of the Western Conference



Chicago Blackhawks 2000-2001 Season Review


Coach - Alpo Suhonen

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 29
Regular Season Loses: 40
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 71

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Central Division of the Western Conference



Chicago Blackhawks 2001-2002 Season Review


Coach - Brian Sutter

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 41
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 96

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Central Division of the Western Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated by St. Louis Blues in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0


Chicago Blackhawks 2002-2003 Season Review


Coach - Brian Sutter

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 79

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Central Division of the Western Conference


NHL All-Rookie Team - Tyler Arnason

Chicago Blackhawks 2003-2004 Season Review


Coach - Brian Sutter

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 20
Regular Season Loses: 43
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 59

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Central Division of the Western Conference


Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy - Bryan Berard

Chicago Blackhawks 2004-2005 Season Review


Season Cancelled due to Labor Negotiations


Chicago Blackhawks 2005-2006 Season Review


Coach - Trent Yawney

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 26
Regular Season Loses: 43
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 65

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Central Division of the Western Conference



Chicago Blackhawks 2006-2007 Season Review


Coach - Denis Savard

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 31
Regular Season Loses: 42
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 71

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Central Division of the Western Conference



Chicago Blackhawks 2007-2008 Season Review


Coach - Denis Savard

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 40
Regular Season Loses: 34
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 88

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Central Division of the Western Conference


NHL All-Rookie Team - Patrick Kane
NHL All-Rookie Team - Jonathan Toews
Calder Memorial Trophy - Patrick Kane

Chicago Blackhawks 2008-2009 Season Review


Coach - Joel Quenneville

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 46
Regular Season Loses: 24
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 104

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Central Division of the Western Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated Calgary Flames in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated Vancouver Canucks in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Kris Versteeg

Chicago Blackhawks 2009-2010 Season Review


Coach - Joel Quenneville

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 52
Regular Season Loses: 22
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 112

Finished: First (1st) in the Central Division of the Western Conference

Chicago Blackhawks defeated Nashville Predators in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated Vancouver Canucks in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated San Jose Sharks in the Conference Final 4 - 0 - 0
Chicago Blackhawks defeated Philadelphia Flyers in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0

James Norris Memorial Trophy - Duncan Keith
Conn Smythe Trophy - Jonathan Toews
NHL All-Star Team - Duncan Keith
NHL All-Star Team - Patrick Kane

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