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2010–11 Chicago Blackhawks
Division 3rd Central
Conference 8th Western
2010–11 record 44–29–9
Home record 24–17–0
Road record 20–12–9
Goals for 258
Goals against 225
Team information
General Manager Stan Bowman
Coach Joel Quenneville
Captain Jonathan Toews
Alternate captains Duncan Keith
Patrick Sharp
Arena United Center
Average attendance 21,423 (108.6%)
Total: 878,356 [1]
Team leaders
Goals Patrick Sharp (34)
Assists Patrick Kane (46)
Points Jonathan Toews (76)
Penalties in minutes John Scott (72)
Plus/minus Brian Campbell (+28)
Wins Corey Crawford (33)
Goals against average Corey Crawford (2.30)
<2009–10 2011–12>

The 2010–11 Chicago Blackhawks season was the 85th season for the National Hockey League franchise that was established on September 25, 1926.[2] The team was nicknamed the "Hangover 'Hawks" for having to recover from winning the franchise's first Stanley Cup in 49 years while adapting to the loss of several players from that team due to salary cap restrictions.

The Blackhawks succumbed to the Presidents' Trophy-winning Vancouver Canucks in seven games in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Off-seasonEdit

Under pressure to fit the team's player salaries under the salary cap for the 2010–11 season, the team began making trades shortly after winning the Stanley Cup. On June 24, the club traded Dustin Byfuglien, Ben Eager, Brent Sopel and Akim Aliu to the Atlanta Thrashers for Marty Reasoner, Joey Crabb, Jeremy Morin, a first-round pick (#24 overall) in 2010 and a second-round pick (#54 overall) in 2010.[3] Later that same day, restricted free agent Colin Fraser was traded to the Edmonton Oilers for a sixth-round pick in 2010.[4] On June 30, the Toronto Maple Leafs traded for right winger Kris Versteeg from Chicago in a five-player trade. The Maple Leafs gave up forwards Viktor Stalberg, Chris DiDomenico and Philippe Paradis. Toronto also acquired the rights to 21-year-old left winger Bill Sweatt, who was a second-round pick in 2007.[5] On July 1, the Blackhawks traded Andrew Ladd to the Atlanta Thrashers for Ivan Vishnevskiy and a second-round draft pick in 2011.[6] On July 9, Niklas Hjalmarsson was signed to an offer sheet by the San Jose Sharks, though the Blackhawks matched the offer on July 12,[7] thereby retaining his services and forgoing compensation from the Sharks for signing a restricted free agent. This signing again put Chicago against the salary cap wall, and as a result forced the club to forego resigning goaltender Antti Niemi, who had filed for arbitration.

Regular season Edit

Goaltender Marty Turco made his Blackhawks debut on October 7, a 4–3 overtime loss against the Colorado Avalanche. His first Blackhawks win came on October 15, a 5–2 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets. Defenseman Nick Leddy made his NHL debut on October 7, and he scored his first NHL goal on October 11. Evan Brophey made his NHL debut on October 23. Patrick Sharp had a record of 13 shots on goal, the highest shot total in a single game in Blackhawks history. Marian Hossa was named the NHL's Second Star of the Week for the week ending on October 18, and Duncan Keith was named Third Star of the Week for the week ending on November 1.

Division standings Edit

Central Division[8]
GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 Detroit Red Wings 82 47 25 10 43 261 241 104
2 Nashville Predators 82 44 27 11 38 219 194 99
3 Chicago Blackhawks 82 44 29 9 38 258 225 97
4 St. Louis Blues 82 38 33 11 34 240 234 87
5 Columbus Blue Jackets 82 34 35 13 29 215 258 81

Conference standings Edit

Western Conference
R GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 p – Vancouver Canucks 82 54 19 9 50 262 185 117
2 y – San Jose Sharks 82 48 25 9 43 248 213 105
3 y – Detroit Red Wings 82 47 25 10 43 261 241 104
4 Anaheim Ducks 82 47 30 5 43 239 235 99
5 Nashville Predators 82 44 27 11 38 219 194 99
6 Phoenix Coyotes 82 43 26 13 38 231 226 99
7 Los Angeles Kings 82 46 30 6 36 219 198 98
8 Chicago Blackhawks 82 44 29 9 38 258 225 97
8.5
9 Dallas Stars 82 42 29 11 37 227 233 95
10 Calgary Flames 82 41 29 12 32 250 237 94
11 St. Louis Blues 82 38 33 11 34 240 234 87
12 Minnesota Wild 82 39 35 8 36 206 233 86
13 Columbus Blue Jackets 82 34 35 13 29 215 258 81
14 Colorado Avalanche 82 30 44 8 24 227 288 68
15 Edmonton Oilers 82 25 45 12 23 193 269 62

y – Won division; p – Won President's Trophy (best record in NHL);


Schedule and resultsEdit

Legend:       Win (2 points)       Loss (0 points)       Overtime/shootout loss (1 point)

Pre-seasonEdit

Regular seasonEdit

2010–11 Season

PlayoffsEdit

The Blackhawks returned to the playoffs for the 3rd straight season and were defending their championship of the Stanley Cup as the 8th seed. The Blackhawks played the Canucks for the 3rd straight postseason. In the previous two rounds, the Blackhawks defeated the Canucks twice, four games to two. The Blackhawks were down 3 games to 0, but managed to tie up the series facing elimination. The Blackhawks became just the seventh team in NHL history to come back to tie an 0-3 deficit in the playoffs. The Blackhawks lost in overtime in game 7 to an Alex Burrows goal for a 2–1 loss.

See also: 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs
2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Legend:       Win       Loss

Player statisticsEdit

SkatersEdit

Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games played in; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes; +/- = Plus/minus; PPG = Power-play goals; SHG = Short-handed goals; GWG = Game-winning goals 

Regular season
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM
Jonathan Toews 80 32 44 76 25 26
Patrick Kane 73 27 46 73 7 28
Patrick Sharp 74 34 37 71 −1 38
Marian Hossa 65 25 32 57 9 32
Brent Seabrook 82 9 39 48 0 47
Duncan Keith 82 7 38 45 −1 22
Tomas Kopecky 81 15 27 42 −13 60
Dave Bolland 61 15 22 37 11 34
Bryan Bickell 78 17 20 37 6 40
Troy Brouwer 79 17 19 36 −2 38
Brian Campbell 65 5 22 27 28 6
Viktor Stalberg 77 12 12 24 2 43
Jake Dowell 79 6 15 21 5 63
Jack Skille 49 7 10 17 3 25
Fernando Pisani 60 7 9 16 0 10
Niklas Hjalmarsson 80 3 7 10 13 39
Michael Frolik 28 3 6 9 0 14
Jassen Cullimore 36 0 8 8 4 8
Nick Boynton 41 1 7 8 2 36
Nick Leddy 46 4 3 7 −3 4
Chris Campoli 19 1 6 7 3 2
Ryan Johnson 34 1 5 6 −2 8
Jeremy Morin 9 2 1 3 2 9
Jordan Hendry 37 1 0 1 −2 4
John Scott 40 0 1 1 0 72
Ben Smith 6 1 0 1 1 0
Jeff Taffe 1 0 0 0 0 0
Evan Brophey 1 0 0 0 0 0
Rob Klinkhammer 1 0 0 0 1 0
Brandon Pirri 1 0 0 0 −1 0
Marcus Kruger 7 0 0 0 −4 4
Ryan Potulny 3 0 0 0 −1 0

Playoffs
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM
Marian Hossa 7 2 4 6 0 2
Duncan Keith 7 4 2 6 −3 6
Dave Bolland 4 2 4 6 6 4
Patrick Kane 7 1 5 6 −1 2
Patrick Sharp 7 3 2 5 1 2
Michael Frolik 7 2 3 5 3 2
Bryan Bickell 5 2 2 4 4 0
Jonathan Toews 7 1 3 4 −4 2
Brian Campbell 7 1 2 3 2 6
Ben Smith 7 3 0 3 −1 0
Niklas Hjalmarsson 7 0 2 2 4 2
Ryan Johnson 6 0 1 1 −1 2
Chris Campoli 7 0 1 1 3 2
Brent Seabrook 5 0 1 1 0 6
Viktor Stalberg 7 1 0 1 0 5
Marcus Kruger 5 0 1 1 2 0
Fernando Pisani 3 0 0 0 −1 0
Tomas Kopecky 1 0 0 0 0 0
Jake Dowell 2 0 0 0 0 0
Troy Brouwer 7 0 0 0 2 11
John Scott 4 0 0 0 1 22
Nick Leddy 7 0 0 0 −1 0

GoaltendersEdit

Note: GP = Games Played; Min = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OT = Overtime Losses; GA = Goals Against; GAA= Goals Against Average; SA= Shots Against; SV= Saves; Sv% = Save Percentage; SO= Shutouts

Regular season
Player GP Min W L OT GA GAA SA Sv% SO G A PIM
Corey Crawford 57 3337 33 18 6 128 2.30 1545 .917 4 0 1 2
Marty Turco 29 1631 11 11 3 82 3.02 799 .897 1 0 0 6
Playoffs
Player GP Min W L GA GAA SA Sv% SO G A PIM
Corey Crawford 7 435 3 4 16 2.21 218 .927 1 0 2 0

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Blackhawks. Stats reflect time with the Blackhawks only.
Traded or released mid-season
Bold/italics denotes franchise record

Detailed recordsEdit

Western Conference
Opponent Home Away Total Pts. Goals scored Goals allowed
Central Division
Chicago Blackhawks - - - - - -
Columbus Blue Jackets 1–2–0 3–0–0 4–2–0 8 25 17
Detroit Red Wings 1–2–0 3–0–0 4–2–0 8 20 13
Nashville Predators 2–1–0 1–0–2 3–1–2 8 20 14
St. Louis Blues 3–0–0 1–2–0 4–2–0 8 22 20
7–5–0 8–2–2 15–7–2 32 87 64
Northwest Division
Calgary Flames 2–0–0 0–2–0 2–2–0 4 13 16
Colorado Avalanche 1–1–0 0–1–1 1–2–1 3 15 15
Edmonton Oilers 0–2–0 2–0–0 2–2–0 4 14 10
Minnesota Wild 1–1–0 2–0–0 3–1–0 6 12 8
Vancouver Canucks 1–1–0 1–1–0 2–2–0 4 12 9
5–5–0 5–4–1 10–9–1 21 66 58
Pacific Division
Anaheim Ducks 1–1–0 1–1–0 2–2–0 4 9 7
Dallas Stars 1–1–0 0–1–1 1–2–1 3 10 16
Los Angeles Kings 2–0–0 2–0–0 4–0–0 8 12 7
Phoenix Coyotes 1–1–0 1–0–1 2–1–1 5 9 9
San Jose Sharks 1–1–0 0–1–1 1–2–1 3 13 15
6–4–0 4–3–3 10–7–3 23 53 54

Eastern Conference
Opponent Home Away Total Pts. Goals scored Goals allowed
Atlantic Division
New Jersey Devils 0–1–0 0–0–0 0–1–0 0 3 5
New York Islanders 1–0–0 0–0–0 1–0–0 2 5 0
New York Rangers 0–0–0 0–1–0 0–1–0 0 2 3
Philadelphia Flyers 0–1–0 0–0–0 0–1–0 0 1 4
Pittsburgh Penguins 1–0–0 0–0–0 1–0–0 2 3 2
2–2–0 0–1–0 2–3–0 4 14 14
Northeast Division
Boston Bruins 0–0–0 0–1–0 0–1–0 0 0 3
Buffalo Sabres 1–0–0 1–0–0 2–0–0 4 8 6
Montreal Canadiens 0–0–0 0–0–1 0–0–1 1 1 2
Ottawa Senators 1–0–0 0–0–0 1–0–0 2 3 2
Toronto Maple Leafs 0–0–0 1–0–0 1–0–0 2 5 3
2–0–0 2–1–1 4–1–1 9 17 16
Southeast Division
Atlanta Thrashers 0–0–0 1–0–0 1–0–0 2 5 4
Carolina Hurricanes 1–0–0 0–0–0 1–0–0 2 5 2
Florida Panthers 1–0–0 0–1–0 1–1–0 2 6 3
Tampa Bay Lightning 0–1–0 0–0–1 0–1–1 1 3 6
Washington Capitals 0–0–0 0–0–1 0–0–1 1 3 4
2–1–0 1–1–2 3–2–2 8 22 19

Awards and records Edit

AwardsEdit

Regular Season
Player Award Reached
Marian Hossa[9] NHL Second Star of the Week October 18, 2010
Duncan Keith[10] NHL Third Star of the Week November 1, 2010
Corey Crawford[11] NHL Second Star of the Week February 28, 2011
Jonathan Toews[12] NHL First Star of the Month February 2011

Milestones Edit

Regular season
Player Milestone Reached
Nick Leddy 1st Career NHL Game October 7, 2010 [13]
Brandon Pirri 1st Career NHL Game October 9, 2010 [14]
Nick Leddy 1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
October 11, 2010 [13]
Brent Seabrook 400th Career NHL Game October 20, 2010
Duncan Keith 200th Career NHL Point October 22, 2010
Evan Brophey 1st Career NHL Game October 23, 2010 [15]
Ben Smith 1st Career NHL Game October 29, 2010 [16]
Jonathan Toews 200th Career NHL Point October 29, 2010
Jordan Hendry 100th Career NHL Game November 1, 2010
Jeremy Morin 1st Career NHL Game November 6, 2010 [17]
Jeremy Morin 1st Career NHL Assist
1st Career NHL Point
November 30, 2010 [18]
Jassen Cullimore 800th Career NHL Game December 8, 2010
Rob Klinkhammer 1st Career NHL Game December 8, 2010
Jeremy Morin 1st Career NHL Goal December 8, 2010 [19]
John Scott 100th Career NHL Game December 28, 2010
Troy Brouwer 200th Career NHL Game January 3, 2011
Brian Campbell 300th Career NHL Point January 9, 2011
Tomas Kopecky 300th Career NHL Game January 9, 2011
Dave Bolland 200th Career NHL Game
100th Career NHL Point
January 16, 2011
Jonathan Toews 100th Career NHL Goal January 16, 2011
Brian Campbell 600th Career NHL Game February 4, 2011
Marian Hossa 800th Career NHL Point February 12, 2011
Troy Brouwer 100th Career NHL Point February 16, 2011
Patrick Sharp 300th Career NHL Point February 24, 2011
Viktor Stalberg 100th Career NHL Game March 2, 2011
Patrick Kane 300th Career NHL Game March 4, 2011
Patrick Kane 100th Career NHL Goal March 14, 2011
Nick Leddy 1st Career NHL Assist March 20, 2011
Marcus Kruger 1st Career NHL Game March 23, 2011
Chris Campoli 100th Career NHL Assist March 28, 2011
Patrick Kane 300th Career NHL Point April 5, 2011
Jake Dowell 100th Career NHL Game April 6, 2011
Jonathan Toews 300th Career NHL Game April 6, 2011
Bryan Bickell 100th Career NHL Game April 8, 2011
Ryan Johnson 700th Career NHL Game April 8, 2011
Ben Smith 1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
April 8, 2011
Patrick Kane 200th Career NHL Assist April 10, 2011
Playoffs
Player Milestone Reached
Jake Dowell 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 13, 2011
Michael Frolik 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 13, 2011
Nick Leddy 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 13, 2011
Ben Smith 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 13, 2011
Viktor Stalberg 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 13, 2011
Michael Frolik 1st Career NHL Playoff Assist
1st Career NHL Playoff Point
April 15, 2011
Marcus Kruger 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 15, 2011
Ben Smith 1st Career NHL Playoff Goal
1st Career NHL Playoff Point
April 15, 2011
Viktor Stalberg 1st Career NHL Playoff Goal
1st Career NHL Playoff Point
April 15, 2011
John Scott 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 17, 2011
Bryan Bickell 1st Career NHL Playoff Goal April 19, 2011
Corey Crawford 1st Career NHL Playoff Win April 19, 2011
Michael Frolik 1st Career NHL Playoff Goal April 19, 2011
Corey Crawford 1st Career NHL Playoff Shutout April 21, 2011
Marcus Kruger 1st Career NHL Playoff Assist
1st Career NHL Playoff Goal
April 21, 2011

TransactionsEdit

The Blackhawks have been involved in the following transactions during the 2010–11 season.

TradesEdit

Date
Details
June 24, 2010[20] To Atlanta Thrashers
Dustin Byfuglien
Ben Eager
Brent Sopel
Akim Aliu
To Chicago Blackhawks
Marty Reasoner
Joey Crabb
Jeremy Morin
1st-round pick in 2010Kevin Hayes
2nd-round pick in 2010Justin Holl
June 24, 2010[21] To Edmonton Oilers
Colin Fraser
To Chicago Blackhawks
6th-round pick in 2010Mirko Hofflin
June 25, 2010[22] To New York Islanders
1st-round pick in 2010Brock Nelson
To Chicago Blackhawks
2nd-round pick in 2010Ludvig Rensfeldt
2nd-round pick in 2010Kent Simpson
June 26, 2010
[23]
To Toronto Maple Leafs
2nd-round pick in 2010Bradley Ross
To Chicago Blackhawks
Jimmy Hayes
June 26, 2010
[24]
To Boston Bruins
7th-round pick in 2010Zach Trotman
To Chicago Blackhawks
7th-round pick in 2011Johan Mattsson
June 30, 2010
[25]
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Kris Versteeg
Bill Sweatt
To Chicago Blackhawks
Viktor Stalberg
Chris DiDomenico
Philippe Paradis
July 1, 2010
[26]
To Atlanta Thrashers
Andrew Ladd
To Chicago Blackhawks
Ivan Vishnevskiy
2nd-round pick in 2011Adam Clendening
July 22, 2010
[27]
To Florida Panthers
Marty Reasoner
To Chicago Blackhawks
Jeff Taffe
February 9, 2011
[28]
To Florida Panthers
Jack Skille
Hugh Jessiman
David Pacan
To Chicago Blackhawks
Michael Frolik
Alexander Salak
February 28, 2011
[29]
To Ottawa Senators
Ryan Potulny
Conditional 2nd-round pick in 2011Template:EfnXavier Ouellet
To Chicago Blackhawks
Chris Campoli
Conditional 7th-round pick in 2012Template:Efn

NotesEdit

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Free agents acquired Edit

Player Former team Contract terms
Mathis Olimb[30] Frölunda HC 1 year, $600,000 entry-level contract
John Scott[31] Minnesota Wild 2 years, $1.025 million
Marty Turco[32] Dallas Stars 1 year, $1.3 million
Hugh Jessiman[33] Milwaukee Admirals 1 year, $500,000
Fernando Pisani[34] Edmonton Oilers 1 year, $500,000
Ryan Potulny[35] Edmonton Oilers 1 year, $500,000
Garnet Exelby[36] Toronto Maple Leafs 1 year, $500,000
Ryan Johnson[37] Vancouver Canucks 1 year, $500,000

Free agents lost Edit

Player New team Contract terms
Joey Crabb[38] Toronto Maple Leafs 1 year, $525,000
Richard Petiot[39] Edmonton Oilers 1 year, $550,000
Adam Burish[40] Dallas Stars 2 years, $2.3 million
Kyle Greentree[41] Washington Capitals 2 years, $1.025 million
Danny Richmond[42] Toronto Maple Leafs 1 year, $550,000
John Madden[43] Minnesota Wild 1 year, $1 million
Antti Niemi[44] San Jose Sharks 1 year, $2 million

Claimed via waivers Edit

Lost via waivers Edit

Player New team Date claimed off waivers
Nick Boynton[45] Philadelphia Flyers February 26, 2011

Player signings Edit

Player Contract terms
Marcus Kruger[46] 3 years, $2.205 million entry-level contract
Niklas Hjalmarsson[47] 4 years, $14 million
Bryan Bickell[48] 3 years, $1.625 million
Jack Skille[48] 1 year, $600,000
Nick Leddy[49] 3 years, $4.2 million entry-level contract
Igor Makarov[50] 2 years, $1.105 million entry-level contract
Evan Brophey[33] 1 year, $500,000
Nathan Davis[33] 1 year, $500,000
Jassen Cullimore[33] 1 year, $500,000
Hannu Toivonen[33] 1 year, $550,000
Jordan Hendry[51] 1 year, $600,000
Nick Boynton[52] 1 year, $500,000
Brandon Pirri[53] 3 years, $1.945 million entry-level contract
Dylan Olsen[54] 3 year entry-level contract
Brent Seabrook[55] 5 years, $29 million contract extension
Jimmy Hayes[56] 3 years, $1.9625 million entry-level contract
Joe Lavin[57] 2 years, $1.18 million entry-level contract

Draft picks Edit

The 2010 NHL Entry Draft was at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, on June 25 and 26, 2010. The Blackhawks picked 30th in each round. The Blackhawks were active in trading, moving up from 30th in the draft to 24th to select Kevin Hayes. Through other trades, the Blackhawks picked up three selections in the second round, and had ten selections overall in the draft.

Round # Player Position Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 24 (from Atlanta via New Jersey) Kevin Hayes RW Flag of the United States United States Noble and Greenough School (USHS-MA)
2 35 (from NY Islanders) Ludvig Rensfeldt C Flag of Sweden Sweden Brynäs IF (J20 SuperElit)
2 54 (from New Jersey via Atlanta) Justin Holl D Flag of the United States United States Omaha Lancers (USHL)
2 58 (from San Jose via Ottawa via NY Islanders) Kent Simpson G Flag of Canada.svg Canada Everett Silvertips (WHL)
2 60 Stephen Johns D Flag of the United States United States U.S. National Team Development Program (USHL)
3 90 Joakim Nordstrom C Flag of Sweden Sweden AIK IF (Elitserien Jr.)
4 120 Rob Flick C Flag of Canada.svg Canada Mississauga St. Michael's Majors (OHL)
6 151 (from Edmonton) Mirko Hofflin C Flag of Germany Germany Adler Mannheim Jr. (Germany Jr.)
6 180 Nick Mattson D Flag of the United States United States Indiana Ice (USHL)
7 191 (from Dallas) Macmillan Carruth G Flag of the United States United States Portland Winterhawks (WHL)

Final roster Edit

Updated April 14, 2011.[58]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
29 Flag of Canada.svg Bickell, BryanBryan Bickell

LW L 33 2004 Bowmanville, Ontario
36 Flag of Canada.svg Bolland, DaveDave Bolland

C R 33 2004 Etobicoke, Ontario
22 Flag of Canada.svg Brouwer, TroyTroy Brouwer

RW R 34 2004 Vancouver, British Columbia
51 Flag of Canada.svg Campbell, BrianBrian Campbell

D L 40 2008 Strathroy, Ontario
14 Flag of Canada.svg Campoli, ChrisChris Campoli

D L 35 2011 Mississauga, Ontario
56 Flag of the United States Connelly, BrianBrian Connelly

D L 33 2009 Bloomington, Minnesota
50 Flag of Canada.svg Crawford, CoreyCorey Crawford

G L 34 2003 Châteauguay, Quebec
5 Flag of Canada.svg Cullimore, JassenJassen Cullimore

D L 47 2010 Simcoe, Ontario
28 Flag of the United States Dowell, JakeJake Dowell

C L 34 2004 Eau Claire, Wisconsin
24 Flag of Canada.svg Exelby, GarnetGarnet Exelby

D L 38 2010 Ste. Anne, Manitoba
67 Flag of the Czech Republic Frolik, MichaelMichael Frolik

C L 31 2011 Kladno, Czechoslovakia
6 Flag of Canada.svg Hendry, JordanJordan Hendry

 Injury icon

D L 35 2005 Nokomis, Saskatchewan
4 Flag of Sweden Hjalmarsson, NiklasNiklas Hjalmarsson

D L 32 2005 Eksjö, Sweden
81 Flag of Slovakia Hossa, MarianMarian Hossa

RW L 40 2009 Stará Ľubovňa, Czechoslovakia
17 Flag of Canada.svg Johnson, RyanRyan Johnson

C L 43 2010 Thunder Bay, Ontario
88 Flag of the United States Kane, PatrickPatrick Kane

RW L 31 2007 Buffalo, New York
2 Flag of Canada.svg Keith, DuncanDuncan Keith

 (A)

D L 36 2002 Winnipeg, Manitoba
59 Flag of Canada.svg Klinkhammer, RobRob Klinkhammer

LW L 33 2009 Lethbridge, Alberta
82 Flag of Slovakia Kopecky, TomasTomas Kopecky

LW L 37 2009 Ilava, Czechoslovakia
16 Flag of Sweden Kruger, MarcusMarcus Kruger

C L 29 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
42 Flag of Canada.svg Lalonde, ShawnShawn Lalonde

D R 29 2008 Ottawa, Ontario
8 Flag of the United States Leddy, NickNick Leddy

D L 28 2010 Eden Prairie, Minnesota
27 Flag of the United States Morin, JeremyJeremy Morin

LW R 28 2010 Auburn, New York
14 Flag of Canada.svg Pirri, BrandonBrandon Pirri

C L 28 2009 Toronto, Ontario
15 Flag of Canada.svg Pisani, FernandoFernando Pisani

LW L 42 2010 Edmonton, Alberta
38 Flag of the United States Richards, AlecAlec Richards

G L 32 2009 Robbinsdale, Minnesota
32 Flag of Canada.svg Scott, JohnJohn Scott

LW L 37 2010 St. Catharines, Ontario
7 Flag of Canada.svg Seabrook, BrentBrent Seabrook

D R 34 2003 Richmond, British Columbia
10 Flag of Canada.svg Sharp, PatrickPatrick Sharp

 (A)

C R 37 2005 Winnipeg, Manitoba
57 Flag of the United States Smith, BenBen Smith

RW R 31 2008 Winston-Salem, North Carolina
25 Flag of Sweden Stalberg, ViktorViktor Stalberg

LW L 33 2010 Gothenburg, Sweden
55 Flag of Canada.svg Stanton, RyanRyan Stanton

D L 30 2010 St. Albert, Alberta
23 Flag of the United States Taffe, JeffJeff Taffe

C L 38 2010 Hastings, Minnesota
19 Flag of Canada.svg Toews, JonathanJonathan Toews

 (C)

C L 31 2006 Winnipeg, Manitoba
33 Flag of Finland Toivonen, HannuHannu Toivonen

G L 35 2010 Kalvola, Finland
30 Flag of Canada.svg Turco, MartyMarty Turco

G L 44 2010 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

See also Edit

References Edit

  1. NHL Attendance - 2011. ESPN.com (2010-11-09). Retrieved on 2010-11-09.
  2. National Hockey League (2010). The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book/2011. Triumph Books, 39. ISBN 978-1-60078-422-4. 
  3. Chicago Blackhawks (June 24, 2010). Blackhawks acquire two 2010 draft picks, Jeremy Morin, Marty Reasoner and Joey Crabb from Atlanta Thrashers. Press release.
  4. Oilers acquire Fraser from Blackhawks. nhl.com (June 24, 2010).
  5. "Kris Versteeg Trade: Blackhawks Deal Versteeg To Toronto In Salary-Cap Move", Huffington Post, July 1, 2010. 
  6. http://sports.insidepulse.com/2010/07/02/nhl-news-chicago-blackhawks-trade-andrew-ladd-to-atlanta-thrashers/
  7. http://blackhawks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=534251&navid=DL%7cCHI%7chome
  8. 2010–11 Standings by Division. National Hockey League.
  9. Vokoun, Hossa and Getzlaf named 'Three Stars'
  10. Thomas, Thornton and Keith named 'Three Stars'
  11. Kessel leads NHL's 'Three Stars of the Week'
  12. Toews tops February's 'Three Stars of the Month'
  13. 13.0 13.1 Blackhawks assign Nick Leddy to Rockford. Blackhawks.com (2010-10-24). Archived from the original on 20 October 2010. Retrieved on 2010-11-12.
  14. Brandon Pirri Makes NHL Debut with Blackhawks. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Athletics.com (2010-10-09). Retrieved on 2010-11-12.
  15. Blackhawks assign Evan Brophey to Rockford. Blackhawks.com (2010-10-24). Archived from the original on 27 October 2010. Retrieved on 2010-11-12.
  16. Blackhawks assign Ben Smith, Ryan Potulny to Rockford. Blackhawks.com (2010-11-02). Archived from the original on 7 November 2010. Retrieved on 2010-11-12.
  17. Blackhawks assign Jeremy Morin to Rockford. Blackhawks.NHL.com (2010-11-08). Archived from the original on 11 November 2010. Retrieved on 2010-11-09.
  18. Rogers, Jesse (2010-11-30). Morin could be in Chicago to stay. ESPN.com. Archived from the original on 2010-12-03. Retrieved on 2010-12-02.
  19. Morin scores first NHL goal. Auburn Citizen (2010-12-09). Retrieved on 2010-12-11.
  20. Blackhawks acquire two 2010 draft picks, Jeremy Morin, Marty Reasoner and Joey Crabb from Atlanta Thrashers
  21. Blackhawks acquire sixth-round selection in 2010 NHL Entry Draft from Edmonton
  22. Blackhawks acquire two 2010 draft picks from New York Islanders
  23. Blackhawks acquire Jimmy Hayes from Toronto Maple Leafs
  24. Day 2 provides more wheeling and dealing
  25. Blackhawks acquire trio of forwards from Toronto
  26. Blackhawks acquire Vishnevskiy and second round draft pick from Atlanta
  27. Blackhawks acquire Jeff Taffe from Florida
  28. Blackhawks acquire Frolik and Salak from Florida
  29. Blackhawks acquire Chris Campoli from Ottawa
  30. Blackhawks sign center Mathis Olimb
  31. Blackhawks sign defenseman John Scott
  32. Blackhawks agree to terms with three-time NHL All-Star Marty Turco
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 33.3 33.4 Blackhawks sign Brophey, Cullimore, Davis, Jessiman and Toivonen
  34. Blackhawks sign RW Fernando Pisani
  35. Blackhawks sign center Ryan Potulny
  36. Blackhawks sign Exelby, assign to Rockford
  37. Blackhawks sign forward Ryan Johnson
  38. Burke adds Armstrong, not finished yet
  39. Oilers sign Strudwick & Petiot
  40. Dallas signs Adam Burish and Andrew Raycroft
  41. Capitals Sign Defenseman Brian Fahey and Left Wing Kyle Greentree
  42. Leafs Sign Three Players
  43. Boom! John Madden Coming To Wild
  44. Cup Winning Goaltender Coming To San Jose
  45. Flyers claim defenseman Nick Boynton
  46. Blackhawks sign 2009 draft pick Marcus Kruger
  47. Blackhawks to match Hjalmarsson offer sheet
  48. 48.0 48.1 Blackhawks re-sign Bickell and Skille
  49. Blackhawks sign defenseman Nick Leddy
  50. Blackhawks sign forward Igor Makarov
  51. Blackhawks re-sign defenseman Jordan Hendry
  52. Blackhawks re-sign defenseman Nick Boynton
  53. Blackhawks sign forward Brandon Pirri
  54. Blackhawks sign 2009 draft pick Dylan Olsen
  55. Blackhawks agree to multi-year contract extension with defenseman Brent Seabrook
  56. Blackhawks sign forward Jimmy Hayes
  57. Blackhawks sign defenseman Joe Lavin
  58. Chicago Blackhawks - Team -Roster. Chicago Blackhawks. Archived from the original on December 26, 2008. Retrieved on 2011-04-14.

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