26 Facts About Chicago Blackhawks

1. The Chicago Blackhawks played between six and seven games in western Canada and California during this time.

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2. The Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in 1934, 1938, 1961, 2010, 2013, and 2015.

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3. The Chicago Blackhawks debuted this patch on their home jerseys on January 5, 2017 and then they debuted the patch on the away jerseys on January 13, 2017.

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4. The Chicago Blackhawks wore this logo patch underneath the numbering on the right-sleeve on both the home and away jerseys.

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5. Since 2009, the Chicago Blackhawks have worn special camouflage jerseys on Veterans Day during their pregame warm-ups.

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6. The Chicago Blackhawks were voted to have the best uniform in the history of the NHL in a fan-vote conducted by the NHL in 2017.

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7. The Chicago Blackhawks debuted this design in 1955, and have since only made minor modifications to the jersey.

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8. The Chicago Blackhawks were eliminated from playoff contention on March 20, 2018, marking the first time in nine years that the team failed to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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9. The Chicago Blackhawks finished the season with 109 points, placing first in the Central Division and earning the top-seed in the Western Conference for the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs.

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10. The Chicago Blackhawks traded Bryan Bickell and Teuvo Teravainen to the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for another 2016 second round pick in order to free additional salary cap space.

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11. Midway through the season, the Chicago Blackhawks attempted to supplement their roster by making several trades.

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12. Amidst the roster turnover, the Chicago Blackhawks signed free agent Artemi Panarin from the KHL to an entry-level deal.

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13. The Chicago Blackhawks were unable to re-sign unrestricted free-agents Brad Richards, Antoine Vermette, and Johnny Oduya due to salary cap constraints.

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14. The Chicago Blackhawks dispatched the Nashville Predators in six games, and swept the Minnesota Wild to advance to the Western Conference Finals for the fifth time in seven years.

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15. The Chicago Blackhawks traded defenseman Brian Campbell, who had one of the richest contracts in the franchise's history, to the Florida Panthers.

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16. The Chicago Blackhawks made a mid-season trade to acquire winger Michael Frolik from the Florida Panthers in exchange for Jack Skille, Hugh Jessiman and David Pacan.

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17. The Chicago Blackhawks signed journeyman Marty Turco as his replacement, but eventfully turned to rookie Corey Crawford to become their full-time starting goaltender.

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18. The Chicago Blackhawks prevailed in six games to secure their fourth Stanley Cup in franchise history.

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19. The Chicago Blackhawks reached the one million mark in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals against the San Jose Sharks.

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20. The Chicago Blackhawks continued to sell out games, with the best average attendance of 21,356 over Montreal's 21,273 in the NHL, and had a total of 854,267 excluding the playoffs.

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21. On July 14, 2009, The Chicago Blackhawks demoted Tallon to the position of Senior Adviser.

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22. The Chicago Blackhawks welcomed their one millionth fan of the season at the United Center before game six of the Western Conference semi-finals on May 11, 2009.

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23. The Chicago Blackhawks beat the fifth-seeded Calgary Flames in six games to advance to the Western Conference Semi-finals for the first time since 1996.

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24. The Chicago Blackhawks relieved Denis Savard of his head coaching duties, and replaced him with Joel Quenneville on October 16, 2008.

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25. The Chicago Blackhawks continued to struggle, and finished last in the Central Division, 12 points out of the playoffs.

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26. The Chicago Blackhawks won 11 consecutive playoff games that year, which set an NHL record.

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