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Patrick Sharp Days Until Banner Raising

By Keith Schultz

Jun 24, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Chicago Blackhawks center Patrick Sharp (10) hoists the Stanley Cup after game six of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden. The Blackhawks won 3-2 to win the series four games to two. Mandatory Credit: Michael Ivins-USA TODAY Sports

Patrick Sharp has worn #10 with the Chicago Blackhawks since being traded from the Philadelphia Flyers for Matt Ellison on December 5,2005. Sharp has put together quite a resume with Chicago during his 8 seasons.  He’s one of the few that tasted the truly bad times with Chicago and the great times.  Sharp has been part of the core that has brought two Stanley Cups to the Hawks in four seasons, during his 8 seasons with Chicago Sharp has scored 183 goals and 186 assists in 501 games played wearing #10.

Sharp had a disappointing injury plagued regular season in 2013, but made up for it with a great 2013 playoff scoring 10 goals and 6 assists.  Sharp has played in 87 playoff games scoring 33 goals and 23 assists with two Stanley Cups.

Former #10’s

1. Pete Babando-1951-1953 Babando played in 148 games with the Blackhawks scoring 34 goals 38 assists.

2. Vic Lynn-1953-1954 Lynn played the last 40 games of his last 327 game NHL career with Chicago. During his stay he scored 1 goal and 10 assists.

3. Ron Murphy-1957-1964 Murphy appeared in 457 games with Chicago scoring 105 goals and 127 assists.

4. Dennis Hull-1964-1977 Hull played 13 seasons with the Blackhawks and he played in 959 games. He scored 298 goals and 342 assists during his long Blackhawks career.

5. Reg Kerr-1978-1982 Kerr played in 263 games with the Hawks scoring 66 goals and 92 assists.

6. Jeff Larmer 1984-1986 Larmer played his final 45 games of his NHL career with the Blackhawks scoring 9 goals and 13 assists.

7. Brian Noonan-1988-1994 Noonan appeared in 329 games with the Hawks scoring 63 goals and 85 assists. Noonan was traded in 1994 to the New York Rangers for Tony Amonte and was able to help Mark Messier win the Rangers first Cup in 40 seasons.

8. Tony Amonte-1994-2002 Amonte played in the last good times before it got really ugly in Chicago. During Amonte’s 627 games during 9 seasons with the Hawks he scored 268 goals and 273 assists. Amonte found himself in the news this past summer when he called out Marian Hossa for sitting out Game #3 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Amonte’s physique was questioned after the comments.

Who is your favorite #10 in Blackhawks history?