65 days until the Blackhawks raise another Stanley Cup Championship banner to the rafters of the United Center.
#65- Andrew Shaw is the only Chicago Blackhawk in team history to wear #65. Shaw has had a pretty wild ride since getting drafted in the 5th round of the 2011 draft. Shaw made his premiere in early 2012 and created the Twitter craze #ShawFacts. Shaw had a pretty solid rookie season, but was out of control against the Phoenix Coyotes which included getting suspended for running over goalie Mike Smith. In 2013 Shaw was part of the best 3rd line in the NHL, he scored the game winner in triple overtime of Game #1 of the Stanley Cup Finals, and after taking a shot to the face in Game #6 was the perfect picture of a hockey player bloodied while lifting the Stanley Cup.
1964-1965 Chicago Blackhawks
34-28-8 (3rd place)
Goals-39 (Bobby Hull)
Assists-59 (Stan Mikita)
Penalty Minutes-162 (Pierre Pilote)
Goalie Wins-18 (Glenn Hall)
The Blackhawks won Game #7 of the Conference Finals in Detroit 4-2. The win advanced the Hawks to the Stanley Cup Finals against the Montreal Canadiens. The Finals went the full seven games with the home team winning every game, and unfortuantly for the Blackhawks the Canadiens had home ice and won Game #7 4-0 at the Forum.
Red Hamill is 65th all-time in Blackhawks points scored with 192 points. He scored 112 goals and 90 assists while playing 360 games from 1941-1951.
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