On April 13, 1967, winger Ken Wharram scored the fastest goal to start a playoff game in franchise history when he beat Maple Leaf goalie John Bower just 9 seconds into the game at Toronto.
Each week, the Blackhawks Blog will give you five stats you need to know about the Blackhawks this season.
1. With two assists in Game 1 of the Western Conference Quarterfinal, Patrick Kane has 16 points (4G, 12A) in his last 12 Stanley Cup Playoff games, beginning with Game 3 of the 2010 Stanley Cup Final against the Philadelphia Flyers.
In the 2010-11 playoff campaign, Kane registered 6 points (1G, 5A) in 7 games. During the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Kane tallied 10 goals and 18 assists in 22 games, racking up 28 points (just one point shy of teammate and Conn Smythe Trophy winner Jonathan Toews' 29 postseason points).Click here to read the full post >>
|Blackhawks prospect Mac Carruth has won seven of eight WHL playoff games in Portland's playoff run. (Photo courtesy of WHL/Bryan Heim)|
As the second round of the Western Hockey League and Ontario Hockey League playoffs passed their halfway points, the outlook for Mac Carruth and the Portland Winterhawks became clearer, while Brandon Saad and the Saginaw Spirit still face a tough test ahead.
Brandon Saad and the fifth-ranked Saginaw Spirit have found themselves in a familiar position in their second-round series against the London Knights: tied 2-2 after the first four games of the series. Saginaw’s first-round matchup against Sarnia was similarly tied before the Spirit won the next two contests. Saginaw and London split a pair of 5-2 games earlier this week, with each team winning on the road. Spirit captain Saad recorded two assists in Game 3, but was held scoreless in Game 4.Click here to read the full post >>
|The Blackhawks celebrate after clinching the Stanley Cup for the second time on April 12, 1938.|
On April 12, 1938, the Blackhawks captured their second Stanley Cup by defeating Toronto 4-1 at the Stadium.
Toews returns to the lineup after missing 22 games due to an upper-body injury. He scored 29 goals and finished with 57 points, as well as a +17 plus/minus rating in 59 regular-season games this season.
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Tonight, the Blackhawks face off against the Phoenix Coyotes in Game 1 of the Western Conference Quarterfinal, the first postseason meeting between the two franchises. Before the puck drops, check out the Stanley Cup Playoff stats and trivia you need to know.
1. Patrick Kane leads all active Blackhawks with 48 career points (20G, 28A) in 45 Stanley Cup Playoff games.
The 23-year-old’s 48 career postseason points are tied for 15th in Chicago franchise history (Chris Chelios and Cliff Koroll). The Buffalo native's 1.07 points per game in the postseason is tied with Philadelphia’s Jaromir Jagr for fifth among active NHL players.
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|Members of the 1934 championship team pose wit the Stanley Cup.|
Harold "Mush" March scored 11 minutes into overtime to give the Blackhawks a 1-0 decision over Detroit at the old Chicago Stadium and clinch the franchise's first ever Stanley Cup.
|Mac Carruth and his Portland Winterhawks are undefeated in six games through the first two rounds of the WHL playoffs. (Photo courtesy of WHL/Bryan Heim)|
Two Blackhawks prospects are providing veteran experience as their teams continue battling in the second round of the CHL playoffs; Saginaw captain Brandon Saad is playing in his second postseason with the Spirit, and Portland goaltender Mac Carruth already has two playoff runs under his belt with the Winterhawks. Through the first two games of their respective second-round series, Saad and Carruth have made significant contributions to try and lead their teams further into the postseason.
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