With the All-Star Game in the rear view mirror, there are a number of Blackhawks who have some significant individual milestones on the horizon.
Patrick Sharp is eight points away from reaching 500 in a Blackhawks sweater. His 492 points are only three behind Eric Nesterenko for 15th all-time for the organization, and Bob Murray sits only 22 points ahead of Sharp as well.
Jonathan Toews is also chasing 500 points in a Blackhawks sweater – which, for him, is a career total. Toews is ten points behind Sharp with 482 career points.
Duncan Keith is three points away from becoming the fifth defenseman to reach 400 career points as a member of the Blackhawks. He will join Doug Wilson (779), Murray (514), Chris Chelios (487) and Pierre Pilote (477).
Corey Crawford needs five wins to pass Jocelyn Thibault for fourth all-time in wins among Blackhawks netminders. Crawford currently has 133 wins in 241 appearances; Thibault had 137 wins in 321 appearances for Chiacgo.
Patrick Kane had 51 points in 47 games before the All-Star Break. He finds himself 52 points behind Jeremy Roenick for eighth place in franchise history. Will he do it this season?
Finally, Toews, Sharp and Kane will be in a race to see who can crack one of the franchise’s all-time top 3 down the stretch this season. Cliff Koroll currently ranks third in Blackhawks history with 39 game-winning goals. Toews (38), Sharp (37) and Kane (35) are all among the top seven in team history. Could all three pass Koroll this season?