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Blackhawks Top 100- #35 Keith Brown

By Keith Schultz
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Keith Brown (1979-1993)

Games-812

Goals-64

Assists-266

Points-330

+52

Penalty Minutes-854

Game Winning Goals-5

Playoffs

Games-103

Goals-4

Assists-32

Points-36

-2

Penalty Minutes-132

Keith Brown played with both sides of Blackhawks era’s having started his career playing against Gordie Howe and playing with Stan Mikita, while ending his career with Jeremy Roenick and the 1992 Stanley Cup Final team.

Brown was a solid two-way defenseman who could score and play defense in the great days of the 1980’s hockey of non-stop scoring action.  Brown had a +52 during an era of hockey that was like a video game inside rinks around the NHL.

Brown played hard he was injured quite a bit especially as the years and games piled on late in his career.  Brown as stated earlier was healthy enough to be on the 1992 magical run to the Finals.  He also was part of three teams that made the Conference Finals in the 80’s but couldn’t break through for a Stanley Cup victory.

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Although not known as a fighter, Brown still wouldn’t back down from anyone as seen here.

Brown is a notch below

Doug Wilson

in the 80’s on the Blackhawks defense but he was still good for a very long time for the Blackhawks.

So what is your favorite memory of Brown? Too high or Too low in our countdown?

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