Hawks Greats: Steve Larmer

Born June 16, 1961.

Right Wing

Drafted by Chicago in the 6th round (120th overall) in 1980.

Won Calder Memorial Trophy and was named to All-Rookie Team in 1983.

Named to Western Conference All Star Teams in 1990 (Pittsburgh) and 1991 (Chicago).

From 1982-1993, Larmer played in 884 consecutive games with Chicago, an NHL record streak with one team.

Named one of the right wings on the Blackhawks 75th Anniversary All-Time Team.

Awarded The Hockey News/Inside HockeyMan of the Year” after the 1990-91 season.

Played in Stanley Cup Playoffs in each of his 13 seasons (11 with Chicago, two with New York Rangers).

Member of 1994 Stanley Cup Champion New York Rangers.

Scored his 1,000th point and played in his 1,000th game with Rangers in ’94.

Larmer should be in the Hall of Fame.

Career Statistics

Chicago Blackhawks 1980-81 thru 1992-93; New York Rangers 1993-94 and 1994-95.

1,012 points (923 with Chicago, 4th in franchise history)

441 goals (406 with Chicago, 3rd in franchise history)

571 assists (517 with Chicago, 5th in franchise history)

131 playoff points (111 with Chicago)

56 playoff goals (45 with Chicago)

75 playoff assists (66 with Chicago)

+182 in Chicago career – best in franchise history

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One Response to Hawks Greats: Steve Larmer

  1. John Schelling says:

    Steve Larmer was my all time favorite NHL player! He was one of the most under-rated players in league history! He is definitly deserving of a Hall of Fame Induction! Here are a couple more of Larms solid stats! 49 Game Winning Goals 19 short-handed goals! The only two guys that have better #`s than Steve Larmer are about to be bronzed in front of the United center! Lets not forget about the consecutive game streak? If it weren`t for Greedy Management Larmer could have & most likly should have broken the NHL Iron Man Record! (This one still burns me up to this day). I`m with you, Steve Larmer Should be in the Hall of Fame, and the #28 Should be on a banner hanging from the UC`s rafters! I`m hoping the new Blackhawks Brass will do what is right!

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