From the archives - Oct. 12, 2000
Monday, 08.15.2011 / 3:10 PM CT
On Oct. 12, 2000, during the Blackhawks' home opener against Detroit, the team unveiled its 75th Anniversary Team to the United Center crowd before puck drop. Among the honored players were the famed "Party Line" of (L-R) Steve Larmer, Denis Savard and Al Secord, who reunited on the Blackhawks' home ice for one of the first times since their 80s heyday.
One of the best lines in Blackhawks history, the Party Line set a team-record of 297 total points in 1982-83, with Larmer (90) taking the Calder Trophy as the league's top rookie. With Secord and Larmer on his wings, Savard led the Blackhawks in scoring for six seasons, including five 100-point campaigns.