This article is a list of statistics and records relating to the Chicago Blackhawks. The Chicago Blackhawks are a professional ice hockey team that joined the National Hockey League (NHL) in 1926 as one of the Original Six. The Blackhawks, who were known as the Black Hawks 1926 to 1986, won the Stanley Cup three times in their 81-year history. This list encompasses the major honours won by the Blackhawks, records set by the team, their managers and their players, and details the team's NHL performances.

Team honors and achievements[edit | edit source]

The Chicago Blackhawks have won the Stanley Cup, the highest team honor in the National Hockey League, on four occasions. They also won the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl five times as the Western Conference champions, most recently in 2009–10.[1] The Blackhawks won the Prince of Wales Trophy in 1966–67 as the regular season champions, then again in 1969–70 as the East Division champions.[2] In 1990–91, the team won the Presidents' Trophy for accumulating the most points in the regular season.

Stanley Cup[edit | edit source]

Prince of Wales Trophy[edit | edit source]

Clarence S. Campbell Bowl[edit | edit source]

Presidents' Trophy[edit | edit source]

Player records[edit | edit source]

See also: List of Chicago Blackhawks players

Appearances[edit | edit source]

# Name Years Regular season Playoffs Total
1 Flag of Slovakia Mikita, StanStan Mikita 1959–1979 1394 155 1549
2 Flag of Canada Hull, BobbyBobby Hull 1957–1972 1063 119 1182
3 Flag of Canada Nesterenko, EricEric Nesterenko 1956–1972 1013 115 1128
4 Flag of Canada Murray, BobBob Murray 1975–1990 1008 112 1120
5 Flag of Canada Wilson, DougDoug Wilson 1977–1991 938 95 1033
6 Flag of Canada Savard, DenisDenis Savard 1980–1990
1995–1997
881 131 1012
7 Flag of Canada Hull, DennisDennis Hull 1964–1977 904 97 1001
8 Flag of Canada Larmer, SteveSteve Larmer 1981–1993 891 107 998
9 Flag of Canada Esposito, TonyTony Esposito 1969–1983 873 99 972
10 Flag of Canada Maki, Ron "Chico"Ron "Chico" Maki 1961–1975 841 113 954

Points[edit | edit source]

Top goalscorers[edit | edit source]

# Name Years Regular season Playoffs Total
1 Flag of Canada Hull, BobbyBobby Hull 1957–1972 604 62 666
2 Flag of Slovakia Mikita, StanStan Mikita 1959–1979 541 59 600
3 Flag of Canada Larmer, SteveSteve Larmer 1981–1993 406 45 451
4 Flag of Canada Savard, DenisDenis Savard 1980–1990
1995–1997
377 61 438
5 Flag of Canada Hull, DennisDennis Hull 1964–1977 298 33 331
6 Flag of the United States Roenick, JeremyJeremy Roenick 1988–1996 267 35 302
7 Flag of the United States Amonte, TonyTony Amonte 1994–2002 268 13 281
8 Flag of Canada Martin, Hubert "Pit"Hubert "Pit" Martin 1967–1977 243 26 269
9= Flag of Canada Mosienko, BillBill Mosienko 1942–1955 258 10 268
9= Flag of Canada Wharram, KenKen Wharram 1952–1969 252 16 268

Penalty minutes[edit | edit source]

Team records[edit | edit source]

Goals[edit | edit source]

Points[edit | edit source]

Games[edit | edit source]

Record scores[edit | edit source]

Consecutive results[edit | edit source]

  • Record consecutive wins: 9 (from December 7, 2008 to December 30).[3]
  • Record consecutive defeats: 12 (from February 25, 1951 to March 25, 1951).[3]
  • Record consecutive games without a defeat: 15 (from January 14, 1967 to February 16, 1967).[3]
  • Record consecutive games without a win: 21 (from December 17, 1950 to January 28, 1951.[3]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. The Western Conference was known as the West Division from 1967–74.
  2. The Prince of Wales Trophy was originally awarded to the regular season champion. After the league expanded in 1967–68, the trophy was awarded to the East Division champions. The Blackhawks were placed in the Western Conference in 1970 and are thus no longer eligible for the award.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 Blackhawks Team Records, Chicago Blackhawks, <http://blackhawks.nhl.com/ext/TeamRecords.pdf> Last accessed March 17, 2008.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Blackhawks Double Figure Goal Games, Chicago Blackhawks, <http://blackhawks.nhl.com/ext/DoubleFigureGoalGames.pdf> Last accessed March 18, 2008.


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