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Chicago Blackhawks awards
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Jonathan Toews holding the Conn Smythe Trophy and Patrick Kane lifting the Stanley Cup in 2010.
AwardWins
Stanley Cup6
O'Brien Trophy *1
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl7
Prince of Wales Trophy2
Presidents' Trophy2
Art Ross Trophy9
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy2
Calder Memorial Trophy8
Conn Smythe Trophy3
Frank J. Selke Trophy3
Hart Memorial Trophy7
Jack Adams Award1
James Norris Memorial Trophy8
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy8
Lester Patrick Trophy7
Mark Messier Leadership Award1
Ted Lindsay Award1
Vezina Trophy10
William M. Jennings Trophy5
Total
Awards won91

The Chicago Blackhawks are a professional ice hockey team based in Chicago, Illinois. They are members of the Central Division of the Western Conference in the National Hockey League (NHL). The club was founded in 1926 as one of the League's first American franchises and are today part of the NHL's "Original Six" teams—a term reserved for the six teams that comprised the NHL from the 1942–43 season until the league expanded in 1967.

The Blackhawks have won numerous team and individual awards and honors. They have won the Stanley Cup as the league champions in 1934, 1938, 1961, 2010, 2013, and 2015. The Presidents' Trophy was awarded to the club in the 1990–91 and 2012–13 seasons for finishing with the most points.

League awards[edit]

Team trophies[edit]

The Chicago Blackhawks have won the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl as Western (previously the Campbell) Conference champions four times. They won the league championship Stanley Cup six times. They have also won the Presidents' Trophy twice as the top team in the NHL during the regular season.

Team trophies awarded to the Chicago Blackhawks
Award Description Times won Seasons References
Stanley Cup NHL championship 6 1933–34, 1937–38, 1960–61, 2009–10, 2012–13, 2014–15 [1][2]
O'Brien Cup NHL championship runner-up (1938–50) 1 1943–44 [3]
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl West Division champions (1967–74) 3 1970–71, 1971–72, 1972–73 [4]
Western Conference playoff championship (1981–present) 4 1991–92, 2009–10, 2012–13, 2014–15
Prince of Wales Trophy Regular season championship (1938–67) 1 1966–67 [5]
East Division champions (1967–74) 1 1969–70
Presidents' Trophy Most regular season points 2 1990–91, 2012–13 [6][7]

Individual awards[edit]

Individual awards won by Chicago Blackhawks players and staff
Award Description Winner Season References
Art Ross Trophy Regular season scoring champion Roy Conacher 1948–49 [8][9]
Bobby Hull 1959–60
1961–62
1965–66
Stan Mikita 1963–64
1964–65
1966–67
1967–68
Patrick Kane 2015–16
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey Pit Martin 1969–70 [10][11]
Bryan Berard 2003–04
Calder Memorial Trophy Rookie of the year Cully Dahlstrom 1937–38 [12][13]
Ed Litzenberger 1954–55
Bill Hay 1959–60
Tony Esposito 1969–70
Steve Larmer 1982–83
Ed Belfour 1990–91
Patrick Kane 2007–08
Artemi Panarin 2015–16
Conn Smythe Trophy Most valuable player of the playoffs Jonathan Toews 2009–10 [14][15]
Patrick Kane 2012–13
Duncan Keith 2014–15
Frank J. Selke Trophy Forward who demonstrates the most defensive skill Troy Murray 1985–86 [16][17]
Dirk Graham 1990–91
Jonathan Toews 2012–13
Hart Memorial Trophy Most Valuable Player Max Bentley 1945–46 [18][19]
Al Rollins 1953–54
Bobby Hull 1964–65
1965–66
Stan Mikita 1966–67
1967–68
Patrick Kane 2015–16
Jack Adams Award Coach of the year Orval Tessier 1982–83 [20]
James Norris Memorial Trophy Defense player of the year Pierre Pilote 1962–63 [21][22]
1963–64
1964–65
Doug Wilson 1981–82
Chris Chelios 1992–93
1995–96
Duncan Keith 2009–10
2013–14
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Gentlemanly conduct Elwin Romnes 1935–36 [23][24]
Max Bentley 1942–43
Clint Smith 1943–44
Bill Mosienko 1944–45
Ken Wharram 1963–64
Bobby Hull 1964–65
Stan Mikita 1966–67
1967–68
Mark Messier Leadership Award Player who exemplifies leadership on and off the ice Jonathan Toews 2014–15 [25]
Ted Lindsay Award Most valuable player as chosen by the players Patrick Kane 2015–16 [26]
Vezina Trophy Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1927–1981) Chuck Gardiner 1931–32 [27][28]
1933–34
Lorne Chabot 1934–35
Glenn Hall 1962–63
Glenn Hall 1966–67
Denis DeJordy
Tony Esposito 1969–70
Tony Esposito 1971–72
Gary Smith
Tony Esposito 1973–74
Top goaltender (1981–present) Ed Belfour 1990–91
1992–93
William M. Jennings Trophy Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1981–present) Ed Belfour 1990–91 [29][30]
1992–93
1994–95
Corey Crawford 2012–13
Ray Emery
Corey Crawford 2014–15

All-Stars[edit]

NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[edit]

The NHL First and Second Team All-Stars consists of the top players at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.[31]

Chicago Blackhawks selected to the NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[31]
Player Position Selections Season Team
Ed Belfour Goaltender 3 1990–91 1st
1992–93 1st
1994–95 2nd
Doug Bentley Left Wing 4 1942–43 1st
1943–44 1st
1946–47 1st
Center 1948–49 2nd
Max Bentley Center 2 1945–46 1st
1946–47 2nd
Lorne Chabot Goaltender 1 1934–35 1st
Chris Chelios Defense 5 1990–91 2nd
1992–93 1st
1994–95 1st
1995–96 1st
1996–97 2nd
Lionel Conacher Defense 1 1933–34 1st
Roy Conacher Left Wing 1 1948–49 1st
Art Coulter Defense 1 1934–35 2nd
Tony Esposito Goaltender 5 1969–70 1st
1971–72 1st
1972–73 2nd
1973–74 2nd
1979–80 1st
Bill Gadsby Defense 2 1952–53 2nd
1953–54 2nd
Charlie Gardiner Goaltender 4 1930–31 1st
1931–32 1st
1932–33 2nd
1933–34 1st
Johnny Gottselig Left Wing 2 1938–39 2nd
Coach 1945–46 2nd
Glenn Hall Goaltender 8 1957–58 1st
1959–60 1st
1960–61 2nd
1961–62 2nd
1962–63 1st
1963–64 1st
1965–66 1st
1966–67 2nd
Bobby Hull Left Wing 12 1959–60 1st
1961–62 1st
1962–63 2nd
1963–64 1st
1964–65 1st
1965–66 1st
1966–67 1st
1967–68 1st
1968–69 1st
1969–70 1st
1970–71 2nd
1971–72 1st
Dennis Hull Right Wing 1 1972–73 2nd
Dick Irvin Coach 1 1930–31 2nd
Patrick Kane Right Wing 4 2009–10 1st
2015–16 1st
2016–17 1st
2018–19 2nd
Mike Karakas Goaltender 1 1944–45 2nd
Duncan Keith Defense 3 2009–10 1st
2013–14 1st
2016–17 2nd
Ed Litzenberger Center 1 1956–57 2nd
Stan Mikita Center 8 1961–62 1st
1962–63 1st
1963–64 1st
1964–65 2nd
1965–66 1st
1966–67 1st
1967–68 1st
1969–70 2nd
Bill Mosienko Right Wing 2 1944–45 2nd
1945–46 2nd
Artemi Panarin Left Wing 1 2016–17 2nd
Pierre Pilote Defense 8 1959–60 2nd
1960–61 2nd
1961–62 2nd
1962–63 1st
1963–64 1st
1964–65 1st
1965–66 1st
1966–67 1st
Bud Poile Right Wing 1 1947–48 2nd
Denis Savard Center 1 1982–83 2nd
Earl Seibert Defense 9 1935–36 2nd
1936–37 2nd
1937–38 2nd
1938–39 2nd
1939–40 2nd
1940–41 2nd
1941–42 1st
1942–43 1st
1943–44 1st
Pat Stapleton Defense 3 1965–66 2nd
1970–71 2nd
1971–72 2nd
Gaye Stewart Left Wing 1 1947–48 2nd
Paul Thompson Left Wing 4 1935–36 2nd
1937–38 1st
Coach 1939–40 1st
1941–42 2nd
Jonathan Toews Center 1 2012–13 2nd
Elmer Vasko Defense 2 1962–63 2nd
1963–64 2nd
Kenny Wharram Right Wing 2 1963–64 1st
1966–67 1st
Bill White Defense 3 1971–72 2nd
1972–73 2nd
1973–74 2nd
Doug Wilson Defense 3 1981–82 1st
1984–85 2nd
1989–90 2nd

NHL All-Rookie Team[edit]

The NHL All-Rookie Team consists of the top rookies at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.[32]

Chicago Blackhawks selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team[32]
Player Position Season
Tyler Arnason Forward 2002–03
Ed Belfour Goaltender 1990–91
Corey Crawford Goaltender 2010–11
Eric Daze Forward 1995–96
Dominik Hasek Goaltender 1991–92
Patrick Kane Forward 2007–08
Steve Larmer Forward 1982–83
Artemi Panarin Forward 2015–16
Darren Pang Goaltender 1987–88
Brandon Saad Forward 2012–13
Jonathan Toews Forward 2007–08
Kris Versteeg Forward 2008–09

All-Star Game selections[edit]

The National Hockey League All-Star Game is a mid-season exhibition game held annually between many of the top players of each season. Sixty-four All-Star Games have been held since 1947, with at least one player chosen to represent the Blackhawks in each year except 2004. The All-Star game has not been held in various years: 1979 and 1987 due to the 1979 Challenge Cup and Rendez-vous '87 series between the NHL and the Soviet national team, respectively, 1995, 2005, and 2013 as a result of labor stoppages, and 2006, 2010, and 2014 because of the Winter Olympic Games.[33] Chicago has hosted four of the games.[34] The 2nd, 15th, 27th, and 42nd games all took place at Chicago Stadium.

Chicago Blackhawks players and coaches selected to the All-Star Game
Game Year Name Position References
1st 1947 Doug Bentley Left Wing [37]
Max Bentley Center
Bill Mosienko Right Wing
2nd 1948 Doug Bentley Left Wing [38]
Bud Poile Center
Gaye Stewart Left Wing
3rd 1949 Doug Bentley Left Wing [39]
Roy Conacher Left Wing
Bob Goldham Defense
Bill Mosienko Right Wing
4th 1950 Doug Bentley Left Wing [40]
Bill Mosienko Right Wing
Jack Stewart Defense
5th 1951 Doug Bentley Left Wing [41]
Gus Bodnar Center
Al Dewsbury Defense
Lee Fogolin Defense
Harry Lumley Goaltender
6th 1952 Bill Mosienko Right Wing [42]
7th 1953 Bill Gadsby Defense [43]
Gus Mortson Defense
Bill Mosienko Right Wing
8th 1954 Bill Gadsby Defense [44]
Gus Mortson Defense
Al Rollins Goaltender
9th 1955 Dick Irvin Coach [45]
Ed Litzenberger Right Wing
Frank Martin Defense
Allan Stanley Defense
Red Sullivan Center
Harry Watson Left Wing
10th 1956 Wally Hergesheimer Right Wing [46]
Nick Mickoski Left Wing
Gus Mortson Defense
Red Sullivan Center
Johnny Wilson Left Wing
11th 1957 Ed Litzenberger Right Wing [47]
12th 1958 Glenn Hall Goaltender [48]
Ed Litzenberger Right Wing
Dollard St. Laurent Defense
13th 1959 Ed Litzenberger Right Wing [49]
14th 1960 Glenn Hall Goaltender [50]
Billy Hay Center
Bobby Hull Left Wing
Pierre Pilote Defense
15th 1961 Jack Evans Defense [51]
Reggie Fleming Left Wing
Glenn Hall Goaltender
Murray Hall Center
Billy Hay Center
Bronco Horvath Center
Bobby Hull Left Wing
Chico Maki Right Wing
Ab McDonald Left Wing
Gerry Melnyk Center
Stan Mikita (Did not play) Center
Ron Murphy Left Wing
Eric Nesterenko Right Wing
Pierre Pilote Defense
Rudy Pilous Coach
Dollard St. Laurent Defense
Bob Turner Defense
Elmer Vasko Defense
Kenny Wharram Right Wing
16th 1962 Glenn Hall Goaltender [52]
Bobby Hull Left Wing
Pierre Pilote Defense
Rudy Pilous Coach
17th 1963 Glenn Hall Goaltender [53]
Bobby Hull Left Wing
Pierre Pilote Defense
Elmer Vasko Defense
18th 1964 Glenn Hall Goaltender [54]
Bobby Hull Left Wing
Stan Mikita Center
Pierre Pilote Defense
Elmer Vasko Defense
19th 1965 Glenn Hall Goaltender [55]
Bobby Hull Left Wing
Doug Mohns Defense
Eric Nesterenko Right Wing
Pierre Pilote Defense
Billy Reay Coach
20th 1967 Glenn Hall Goaltender [56]
Bobby Hull Left Wing
Stan Mikita Center
Pierre Pilote Defense
Pat Stapleton Defense
21st 1968 Bobby Hull Left Wing [57]
Stan Mikita Center
Pierre Pilote Defense
Kenny Wharram Right Wing
22nd 1969 Bobby Hull Left Wing [58]
Dennis Hull Left Wing
Stan Mikita Center
Pat Stapleton Defense
23rd 1970 Tony Esposito Goaltender [59]
Bobby HullUp-arrow Left Wing
24th 1971 Tony Esposito Goaltender [60]
Bobby HullUp-arrow Left Wing
Dennis Hull Left Wing
Keith Magnuson Defense
Chico Maki Right Wing
Pit Martin Center
Stan Mikita Center
Pat Stapleton Defense
Bill White Defense
25th 1972 Tony Esposito Goaltender [61]
Bobby Hull Left Wing
Dennis Hull Left Wing
Keith Magnuson Defense
Chico Maki Right Wing
Pit Martin Center
Stan Mikita Center
Billy Reay Coach
Pat Stapleton Defense
Bill White Defense
26th 1973 Tony Esposito Goaltender [62]
Dennis Hull Left Wing
Pit Martin Center
Stan Mikita Center
Jim Pappin Right Wing
Billy Reay Coach
Bill White Defense
27th 1974 Tony Esposito Goaltender [63]
Dennis Hull Left Wing
Pit Martin Center
Stan Mikita Center
Jim Pappin Right Wing
Billy Reay Coach
Bill White Defense
28th 1975 Doug Jarrett Defense [64]
Stan Mikita Center
Jim Pappin Right Wing
29th 1976 John Marks Left Wing [65]
Phil Russell Defense
30th 1977 Phil Russell Defense [66]
31st 1978 Ivan Boldirev Center [67]
32nd 1980 Tony Esposito Goaltender [68]
33rd 1981 Bob Murray Defense [69]
34th 1982 Denis Savard Center [70]
Al Secord Left Wing
Doug Wilson Defense
35th 1983 Murray Bannerman Goaltender [71]
Bob Murray Defense
Denis Savard Center
Al Secord Left Wing
Doug Wilson Defense
36th 1984 Murray Bannerman Goaltender [72]
Denis Savard Center
Doug Wilson Defense
37th 1985 Doug Wilson Defense [73]
38th 1986 Denis Savard Center [74]
Doug Wilsondagger Defense
39th 1988 Denis Savard Center [75]
Doug Wilsondagger (Did not play) Defense
40th 1989 Dave Manson Defense [76]
41st 1990 Steve Larmer Right Wing [77]
Doug Wilson Defense
42nd 1991 Chris Cheliosdagger Defense [78]
Steve Larmer Right Wing
Jeremy Roenick Center
43rd 1992 Ed Belfourdagger Goaltender [79]
Chris Cheliosdagger Defense
Jeremy Roenick Center
44th 1993 Ed Belfourdagger Goaltender [80]
Chris Cheliosdagger Defense
Mike Keenan Coach
Jeremy Roenick Center
45th 1994 Chris Cheliosdagger Defense [81]
Jeremy Roenick Center
46th 1996 Ed Belfourdagger Goaltender [82]
Chris Cheliosdagger Defense
Denis Savarddouble-dagger Center
47th 1997 Tony Amonte Right Wing [83]
Chris Cheliosdagger Defense
48th 1998 Tony Amonte Right Wing [84]
Chris Chelios Defense
49th 1999 Tony Amonte Right Wing [85]
50th 2000 Tony Amonte Right Wing [86]
51st 2001 Tony Amonte Right Wing [87]
52nd 2002 Eric DazeUp-arrow Left Wing [88]
Alexei Zhamnov Center
53rd 2003 Jocelyn Thibault Goaltender [89]
54th 2004 No Blackhawks selected [90]
55th 2007 Martin Havlat Right Wing [91]
56th 2008 Duncan Keith Defense [92]
57th 2009 Brian Campbelldagger Defense [93]
Patrick Kanedagger Right Wing
Jonathan Toewsdagger Center
58th 2011 Mike Haviland Assistant coach [94]
Patrick Kane Right Wing
Duncan Keithdagger Defense
Joel Quenneville Coach
Patrick SharpUp-arrow Center
Jonathan Toewsdagger Center
59th 2012 Marian Hossa Right Wing [95]
Patrick Kane Right Wing
Jonathan Toews (Did not play) Center
60th 2015 Corey Crawforddagger Goaltender [96]
Patrick Kanedagger Right Wing
Duncan Keithdagger Defense
Brent Seabrookdagger Defense
Jonathan Toewsdagger Center
61st 2016 Patrick Kanedagger Right Wing [97]
Jonathan Toews (Did not play) Center
62nd 2017 Corey Crawford Goaltender [98]
Patrick Kane Right Wing
Duncan Keith Defense
Jonathan Toews Center
63rd 2018 Patrick Kane Right Wing [99]
64th 2019 Patrick Kane Right Wing [100]

All-Star benefit games[edit]

Prior to the institution of the National Hockey League All-Star Game the league held three different benefit games featuring teams of all-stars. The first was the Ace Bailey Benefit Game, held in 1934, after a violent collision with Eddie Shore of the Boston Bruins left Ace Bailey of the Toronto Maple Leafs hospitalized and unable to continue his playing career.[101] In 1937 the Howie Morenz Memorial Game was held to raise money for the family of Howie Morenz of the Montreal Canadiens who died from complications after being admitted to the hospital for a broken leg.[102] The Babe Siebert Memorial Game was held in 1939 to raise funds for the family of the Canadiens' Babe Siebert who drowned shortly after he retired from playing.[103]

Chicago Blackhawks players and coaches selected to All-Star benefit games
Game Year Name Position References
Ace Bailey Benefit Game 1934 Lionel Conacher Defense [101]
Charlie Gardiner Goaltender
Howie Morenz Memorial Game 1937 Johnny Gottselig Left Wing [102]
Mush March Right Wing
Babe Siebert Memorial Game 1939 Johnny Gottselig Left Wing [103]
Earl Seibert Defense

All-Star Game replacement events[edit]

Chicago Blackhawks players and coaches selected to All-Star Game replacement events
Event Year Name Position References
Challenge Cup 1979 Tony Esposito (Did not play) Goaltender [104]
Rendez-vous '87 1987 Doug Wilson Defense [105]

Career achievements[edit]

Hockey Hall of Fame[edit]

The following is a list of Chicago Blackhawks who have been enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame.[106][107]

Chicago Blackhawks inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame[106][107]
Individual Category Year inducted Years with Blackhawks in category References
Sid Abel Player 1969 1952–1953 [108]
Al Arbour Builder 1996 1958–1961 [109]
Ed Belfour Player 2011 1988–1997 [110]
Doug Bentley Player 1964 1939–1952 [111]
Max Bentley Player 1966 1940–1948 [112]
Georges Boucher Player 1960 1931–1932 [113]
Frank Brimsek Player 1966 1949–1950 [114]
Billy Burch Player 1974 1932–1933 [115]
Chris Chelios Player 2013 1990–1999 [116]
Paul Coffey Player 2004 1998–1999 [117]
Lionel Conacher Player 1994 1933–1934 [118]
Roy Conacher Player 1998 1947–1952 [119]
Art Coulter Player 1974 1931–1936 [120]
Babe Dye Player 1970 1926–1927 [121]
Phil Esposito Player 1984 1963–1967 [122]
Tony Esposito Player 1988 1969–1984 [123]
Bill Gadsby Player 1970 1946–1954 [124]
Charlie Gardiner Player 1945 1927–1934 [125]
Herb Gardiner Player 1958 1928–1929 [126]
Doug Gilmour Player 2011 1998–2000 [127]
Michel Goulet Player 1998 1990–1994 [128]
Glenn Hall Player 1975 1957–1967 [129]
Dominik Hasek Player 2014 1990–1992 [130]
George Hay Player 1958 1926–1927 [131]
Phil Housley Player 2015 2001–2003 [132]
Bobby Hull Player 1983 1957–1972 [133]
Dick Irvin Player 1958 1926–1929 [134]
Tommy Ivan Builder 1974 1954–1977 [135]
Duke Keats Player 1958 1928–1929 [136]
Hughie Lehman Player 1958 1926–1928 [137]
Ted Lindsay Player 1966 1957–1960 [138]
Harry Lumley Player 1980 1951–1952 [139]
Mickey MacKay Player 1952 1926–1928 [140]
John Mariucci Builder 1985 1940–1948 [141]
Frederic McLaughlin Builder 1963 1926–1944 [142]
Stan Mikita Player 1983 1958–1980 [143]
Howie Morenz Player 1945 1934–1936 [144]
Bill Mosienko Player 1965 1941–1955 [145]
James D. Norris Builder 1962 1952–1966 [146]
James Norris Builder 1958 [147]
Bert Olmstead Player 1985 1948–1951 [148]
Bobby Orr Player 1979 1976–1978 [149]
Pierre Pilote Player 1975 1955–1968 [150]
Rudy Pilous Builder 1985 1957–1963 [151]
Bud Poile Builder 1990 1947–1948 [152]
Denis Savard Player 2000 1980–1990, 1995–1997 [153]
Earl Seibert Player 1963 1936–1944 [154]
Clint Smith Player 1991 1943–1946 [155]
Allan Stanley Player 1981 1954–1956 [156]
Barney Stanley Player 1962 1927–1928 [157]
Jack Stewart Player 1964 1950–1952 [158]
Harry Watson Player 1994 1954–1957 [159]
Arthur Wirtz Builder 1971 [160]
Bill Wirtz Builder 1976 1952–2007 [161]

Foster Hewitt Memorial Award[edit]

Two members of the Blackhawks organization have been honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award. The award is presented by the Hockey Hall of Fame to members of the radio and television industry who make outstanding contributions to their profession and the game of ice hockey during their broadcasting career.[162]

Members of the Chicago Blackhawks honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award
Individual Year honored Years with Blackhawks as broadcaster References
Pat Foley 2014 1980–2006, 2008–present [163]
Lloyd Pettit 1986 1961–1976 [162]

Lester Patrick Trophy[edit]

Eleven members of the Blackhawks organization have been honored with the Lester Patrick Trophy. The trophy has been presented by the National Hockey League and USA Hockey since 1966 to honor a recipient's contribution to ice hockey in the United States.[164] This list includes all personnel who have ever been employed by the Chicago Blackhawks in any capacity and have also received the Lester Patrick Trophy.

Members of the Chicago Blackhawks honored with the Lester Patrick Trophy[165]
Individual Year honored Years with Blackhawks References
Phil Esposito 1978 1963–1967 [166]
Phil Housley 2009 2001–2003 [166]
Bobby Hull 1969 1957–1972 [166]
Tommy Ivan 1975 1954–1977 [166]
Stan Mikita 1976 1959–1980 [166]
James Norris 1967 [166]
James D. Norris 1972 1952–1966 [166]
Bobby Orr 1979 1976–1979 [166]
Bob Pulford 2011 1977–2007 [166][167]
Arthur Wirtz 1985 [166]
Bill Wirtz 1979 1952–2007 [166]

United States Hockey Hall of Fame[edit]

Members of the Chicago Blackhawks inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame[168]
Individual Year inducted Years with Blackhawks References
Taffy Abel 1973 1929–1934 [169]
Tony Amonte 2009 1994–2002 [170]
Frank Brimsek 1973 1949–1950 [171]
Chris Chelios 2011 1990–1999 [172]
Cully Dahlstrom 1973 1937–1945 [173]
Victor Desjardins 1974 1930–1931 [174]
Vic Heyliger 1974 1937–1943 [175]
Phil Housley 2004 2001–2003 [176]
Virgil Johnson 1974 1937–1945 [177]
Mike Karakas 1973 1935–1946 [178]
Sam LoPresti 1973 1940–1942 [179]
John Mariucci 1973 1940–1948 [180]
Ed Olczyk 2012 1984–1987, 1998–2000 [181]
Fido Purpur 1974 1941–1945 [182]
Jeremy Roenick 2010 1988–1996 [183]
Elwin Romnes 1973 1930–1938 [184]
Bill Stewart 1982 1937–1939 [185]
Gary Suter 2011 1994–1998 [186]
Bill Wirtz 1984 1952–2007 [187]

Retired numbers[edit]

The Chicago Blackhawks have retired six numbers. The first jersey retired was #21 in honor of Stan Mikita, who played center for the club from 1958 to 1980. Three years later, the Hawks retired Bobby Hull's #9. Goaltenders Glenn Hall (#1) and Tony Esposito (#35) had their numbers retired on the same night in 1988. The number of Denis Savard was raised to the rafters in 1998. The most recent number retired was #3, for both Pierre Pilote and Keith Magnuson. Also out of circulation is the number 99 which was retired league-wide for Wayne Gretzky on February 6, 2000.[188] Gretzky did not play for the Blackhawks during his 20-year NHL career and no Blackhawks player had ever worn the number 99 prior to its retirement.[189][190]

Chicago Blackhawks retired numbers
Number Player Position Years with Blackhawks as a player Date of retirement ceremony References
1 Glenn Hall Goaltender 1957–1967 November 20, 1988 [191]
3 Keith Magnuson Defense 1969–1979 November 12, 2008 [192]
Pierre Pilote Defense 1956–1968 November 12, 2008 [193]
9 Bobby Hull Left Wing 1957–1972 December 18, 1983 [194]
18 Denis Savard Center 1980–1990, 1995–1997 March 19, 1998 [195]
21 Stan Mikita Center 1958–1980 October 19, 1980 [196]
35 Tony Esposito Goaltender 1969–1983 November 20, 1988 [197]

Other awards[edit]

Chicago Blackhawks who have received non-NHL awards
Award Description Winner Year References
Best NHL Player ESPY Award Best NHL player of the last calendar year Jonathan Toews 2015 [198]
Kharlamov Trophy Most valuable Russian player in NHL Artemi Panarin 2015–16 [199]
Lionel Conacher Award Canada's male athlete of the year Bobby Hull 1965 [200]
1966 [201]

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