Category Archives: History

News and notes about former Blackhawks and the history of the team

Duncan Keith Reaches 400 Points

With his second period goal in Anaheim on Friday night, Duncan Keith becomes the fifth defenseman in the history of the Chicago Blackhawks to reach 400 points with the organization. Tweet

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Joel Quenneville’s 500 Games

Tuesday night’s win was the 500th regular season game behind the bench in Chicago for coach Joel Quenneville, who has led the resurrection of the franchise. He has put together the best resume of any coach in the long, storied … Continue reading

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Patrick Sharp Reaches 2 Milestones

On Monday night, Patrick Sharp played in his 700th NHL game. With his assist on Andrew Shaw’s second period goal, Sharp reached 500 career regular season points. Tweet

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Canadiens Honor Jean Béliveau

Tremendous ceremony to honor Jean Beliveau in Montreal on Tuesday evening. Tweet

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Congratulations, Hall of Famer Pat Foley

Before Sunday night’s victory, Pat Foley spoke with the media about being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. He’s been the voice of the Blackhawks for many of us, and the honor is well deserved. Congrats! Tweet

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Jonathan Toews at 500 Games

On Tuesday night, Jonathan Toews will play in his 500th regular season for the Chicago Blackhawks. Tweet

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Duncan Keith At 700 Games

When the puck drops at the United Center on Friday evening, Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith will begin playing in the 700th regular season game of his NHL career. Tweet

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Blackhawks Benchmarks In Sight

A number of Chicago Blackhawks are on the cusp of reaching significant career milestones as they get set for their 2014-15 home opener. Let’s look at some of the regular season benchmarks on the horizon for a few of the … Continue reading

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2014 NHL Draft: The Worst First Round Picks in Blackhawks History

Finally the day has arrived! The 2014 NHL Draft is upon us, and fans across the NHL have hope that their team won’t blow it with one (all) of their picks. Unfortunately, the Blackhawks have a distinguished history of passing … Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary, 88

It’s been four years – and another Cup – since June 9, 2010. But that night, a 49-year drought ended for the city of Chicago. Tweet

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