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Oct 11, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; A general shot of the Stanley Cup banners prior to a game between the Chicago Blackhawks and the New York Islanders at the United Center. Chicago won 3-2. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

80 Days Until The Blackhawks Season Opener

 

We had so much fun doing our Countdown to Faceoff series last season that we decided to do it again.  In case you’re new to the series, we’ll do a roster preview as we count down the days until the Chicago Blackhawks  October 9th season opener against the Dallas Stars.

We are on the final day of the 80′s before jumping into the 70′s and a whole bunch of numbers nobody has ever worn in Blackhawks history. Well #80 is another number not worn in Blackhawks history so let’s look at a interesting stat Shots on Goal All-time, and again remember most of these stat groups outside of goals and assists are modern stats which is why you won’t find all-time great Blackhawks Stan Mikita and Bobby Hull on them.

Blackhawks Regular Season Shots On Goal All-Time

  1. Doug Wilson-3,060
  2. Steve Larmer-2,541
  3. Denis Savard-2,446
  4. Bob Murray-2,076
  5. Tony Amonte-1,903
  6. Chris Chelios-1,891
  7. Patrick Sharp-1,881
  8. Eric Daze-1,607
  9. Pit Martin-1,555
  10. Patrick Kane-1,540

Postseason Shots on Goal

  1. Patrick Sharp-324
  2. Patrick Kane-282
  3. Marian Hossa-244
  4. Jonathan Toews-242
  5. Steve Larmer-234
  6. Denis Savard-215
  7. Chris Chelios-207
  8. Duncan Keith-205
  9. Jeremy Roenick-193
  10. Brent Seabrook-165

What name or names surprise you the most on this list?

 

Be on the lookout for our Countdown to Faceoff series as we continue to work our way to the season opener on October 9th. We’re 80 days from the season opener.  Is it October yet???

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