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POSTED ON Tuesday, 02.19.2013 / 3:37 PM
By Harvey Wittenberg - Web Contributor / The Blackhawks Blog

On this date in 1927, George Hay registered the first hat trick in Blackhawks history in a 4-1 victory over the Red Wings in Detroit.

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POSTED ON Monday, 02.18.2013 / 12:33 PM
By Harvey Wittenberg - Web Contributor / The Blackhawks Blog

On this date in 2011, Patrick Sharp registered his fifth multi-goal game of the season, scoring two goals and adding a helper in Columbus, and reached the 30-goal plateau for the second time in his career as a Blackhawk.

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POSTED ON Tuesday, 02.12.2013 / 9:00 AM
By Harvey Wittenberg - Web Contributor / The Blackhawks Blog

On this date in 1942, Hall of Famer Bill Mosienko set a franchise record collecting four points as a rookie. The Blackhawks went on to defeat Detroit 4-2 at the Chicago Stadium.

In 1977, Dick Redmond became the 1st Blackhawks defenseman to score a hat trick, leading Chicago to a 4-2 win over the Colorado Avalanche.

Patrick Sharp scored his 1st goal in a Blackhawks sweater on Feb. 12, 2006, against the Ducks in Anaheim.

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POSTED ON Wednesday, 01.16.2013 / 12:20 PM
By Harvey Wittenberg - Web Contributor / The Blackhawks Blog


Blackhawks owners Arthur Wirtz and Jim Norris honored Glenn Hall's feat of starting 503 games in goal, all without a mask, surprising him before a game at the Stadium against the Montreal Canadiens on January 17, 1962, by driving a new 1962 Chevrolet on the ice.

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POSTED ON Friday, 11.02.2012 / 10:57 AM
By Harvey Wittenberg - Web Contributor / The Blackhawks Blog

Photo courtesy of Google.com

While 26-year-old netminder Carter Hutton has been turning heads in Rockford and working his way up the Blackhawks' organizational depth chart, he could soon become a part of another fraternity: no fewer than 93 NHL players have come from the area that now comprises Thunder Bay, Ont., -- four towns joined to form the city back in 1970 -- including current Blackhawks Assistant General Manager Norm Maciver. Of those 93, 19 have played for Chicago.

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POSTED ON Monday, 10.08.2012 / 3:22 PM
By Harvey Wittenberg - Web Contributor / The Blackhawks Blog

Hall of Fame goalie Glenn Hall made his first start in a Chicago uniform on Oct. 8, 1957, with a 1-0 shutout of Toronto at the old Chicago Stadium. "Mr. Goalie" went on to register 49 more whitewashes as a Blackhawk—second in franchise history only to Tony Esposito's 74.

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POSTED ON Tuesday, 09.25.2012 / 4:06 PM
By Harvey Wittenberg - Web Contributor / The Blackhawks Blog

The National Hockey League granted a Chicago franchise to Major Frederick McLaughlin on Sept. 25, 1926, one of three American teams added to the league that year (along with the Detroit Cougars—later Red Wings—and the New York Rangers). McLaughlin, who had been a commander with the 333rd Machine Gun Battalion of the 86th Infantry Division during World War I, named the team in honor of his military unit, which took its "Black Hawks" moniker from Chief Black Hawk of the Sauk nation.

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POSTED ON Tuesday, 07.31.2012 / 4:10 PM
By Harvey Wittenberg - Web Contributor / The Blackhawks Blog

On July 31, 2008, the Blackhawks named NHL Hall of Famer and all-time winningest coach, Scotty Bowman, as Senior Advisor to Hockey Operations. Scotty's teams won 1,226 regular-season games and 223 playoff matches, and he was involved with 12 Stanley Cup championship teams. He is the only person to ever lead three different teams to Stanley Cup glory.

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POSTED ON Wednesday, 07.18.2012 / 10:39 AM
By Harvey Wittenberg - Web Contributor / The Blackhawks Blog

The inaugural Blackhawks Fan Convention was held from July 18-20, 2008, at the Hilton Chicago Hotel. The annual event, the first of its kind in the NHL, drew 10,000 fans.

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POSTED ON Saturday, 06.09.2012 / 1:00 AM
By Harvey Wittenberg - Web Contributor / The Blackhawks Blog
Patrick Kane's overtime winner in Game 6 gave the Blackhawks their first Stanley Cup since 1961.

The Blackhawks captured their fourth Stanley Cup on June 9, 2010, on Patrick Kane's goal 4:06 into overtime at Philadelphia. An estimated 2 million Blackhawks fans turned out two days later in downtown Chicago to honor the new champions.
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