Blackhawks History

He dominated two different professional leagues for more than two decades. He won three Art Ross Trophies, two Hart Memorial Trophies, two Avco Cups, a Lady Byng Trophy, and a Stanley Cup. He was an NHL first All-Star 10 times and a World Hockey Association All-Star thrice. He’s Bobby Hull. He’s “The Golden Jet.” He’s
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April 16 is a huge date amongst the National Hockey League’s “Original Six” franchises, with four of them winning the Stanley Cup. There are also plenty of Hall of Fame players who left their mark on the game through the years. Let’s hop aboard the THW time machine and go back in time to relive
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Some of the greatest players to ever play in the National Hockey League had big moments on April 14. A pair of legends hoisted the Stanley Cup for the final time in their careers. Also, the longest winning streak and winningest season in league history both ended on this date. Let’s take our daily trip
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April 11 is an important date in National Hockey League history. Two legends played their final game in the league as teammates, the first playoff goalie goal was scored and a trio of franchises picked up their first Stanley Cup playoff wins. Let’s begin our daily trip back in time to relive the best moments
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April 3 was a big date for the Original Six cities of Boston and Toronto. Plus, the most successful father-son duo in National Hockey League history had major milestones. The THW time machine is fired up and ready to take us on our daily journey through the decades to relive all the best moments this
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In honour of Glenn Hall’s incredible accomplishments, we have pulled this beauty from the THW Archives, written by former THW contributor Mike Moore and originally published Oct. 23, 2010. It seems like every season, a new hockey trivia book hits the shelves. Hockey fans love hockey trivia. “Puck-Saving Trivia”, “Super, Unbelievable, Twine-Bulging Trivia” – we
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Jan. 19 has been a very interesting day in National Hockey League history. Players scoring their 200th career goal was an overwhelming theme of the day. Plus, there were some historic performances in Los Angeles and we saw one of the most memorable moments in All-Star Game history. Let’s hop in the THW hockey time
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This hasn’t been the busiest day in National Hockey League history, but it still has its charm. One of the earliest games played for the Stanley Cup provided one of the most-lopsided outcomes we will ever see and an offensive outburst that will never be matched. Eight seems to be the magic number of the
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Jan. 12 has some big moments from some of the greatest players in National Hockey League history. One legend returned to where he made a name for himself, another became the first to reach a new plateau while a third had to step away from the game. Plus, there were memorable nights in New Jersey,
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This date in National Hockey League history was dominated by some guy in Edmonton who wore No. 99. Also, there were plenty of memories back in the day of black and white highlight reels. Dec. 17 was also a good day for offensive defensemen and taking a penalty shot. Hop into our daily time machine
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There is little doubt that the city of Montreal is responsible for some of the biggest moments and greatest players in National Hockey League history. They had three of their numerous legends play their first NHL game on this date, two of them in the same contest. This was also a very memorable date in
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Dec. 15 was a very important date in National Hockey History as two legendary arenas hosted their first games while another old barn saw the last game within its walls. Also, five was the magic number on this date as numerous franchises had players accomplish various feats for the first time ever. Let’s take our
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This has been a very busy date in the history of the National Hockey League. The theme of the day was expansion, leading scorers, historic firsts and the number 100. Let’s strap into our frozen way back machine and take a look back at all the history Dec. 9 has to offer us. Major Expansion
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This date saw the first-ever meeting between the two highest scorers in National Hockey League history. Nov. 17 has been a memorable date in both Chicago and Boston and has a handful of franchise firsts throughout the decade. Mr. Hockey vs the Great One Arguably the two greatest players in hockey history, Gordie Howe and
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