On April 30, 1985, team captain Darryl Sutter scored in overtime for the second straight game as the Blackhawks edged Minnesota 6-5 in Game 6 to clinch their division finals series.
Gary Suter became the first Chicago defenseman to register a hat trick in a playoff game on April 24, 1994, but it took Jeremy Roenick's overtime goal to nip Toronto 4-3 in Game 4 of the conference quarterfinals.
Click here to read the full post >>
On April 23, 1994, Tony Amonte became the second Blackhawk to score four goals in a playoff game (after Denis Savard in 1986) as Chicago edged Toronto 5-4 in Game 3 of the conference quarterfinals.
|The 1961 Stanley Cup champions.|
The Blackhawks won their third Stanley Cup on April 16, 1961, with a 5-1 romp over the Red Wings in Detroit. Ab McDonald recorded the game winner at 18:49 of the second period.
It was a night for nostaglia on April 14, 1994, in the last regular season game at the Chicago Stadium, which was spoiled by a 6-4 loss to Toronto.
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.
|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.
|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.
|Blackhawks winger Bill Mosienko shows off the three pucks from his 21-second hat trick, which still stands as an NHL record.|
On this day in 1952, an NHL record that may never be broken was set when Blackhawks winger Bill Mosienko netted an incredible three goals in the span of 21 seconds in a 7-6 victory over the Rangers in New York.
|Denis Savard in 1981-82, when he broke Bobby Hull's record of 107 points.|
On this date in 1982, Denis Savard registered his 108th point of the season to eclipse Bobby Hull's team record, set in 1968-69 when he scored a career-high 58 goals. Savard finish the season with 119 points and a franchise-record 87 assists. He would go on to surpass that total twice, logging 121 points the following season and 131 points (44G, 87A) in 1987-88, which still stands as the Blackhawks' all-time record.