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Chicago Blackhawks: Watch Every Playoff Goal In The Jonathan Toews/Patrick Kane Era

By Keith Schultz

The Chicago Blackhawks golden era started back in the spring of 2009 when they finally returned to the Stanley Cup playoffs after missing the playoffs every year since 2002.  The 2009 Chicago Blackhawks were a young and upcoming team and very exciting to watch, and they didn’t disappoint in that season, and pretty much every season since.

So here’s the video that shows every Chicago Blackhawks playoff goal in the Jonathan Toews Patrick Kane era or Joel Quenneville era if you like naming it after a coach.  The video brings back some great memories, the one thing that it doesn’t bring back is the heart failure you are experiencing before the Hawks score the OT goal!

If you bypassed the video here is a quick recap of all the playoff goals in the Toews/Kane era


– Calgary Flames vs Chicago Blackhawks- The first overtime game of the era didn’t take long with the Chicago Blackhawks winning the opening draw and Dave Bolland passing it to a wide open Martin Havlat for the game winner.

– Vancouver Canucks vs Chicago Blackhawks- Andrew Ladd makes a perfect deflection on a Dave Bolland shot for the game winner.

-Detroit Red Wings Vs Chicago Blackhawks- The puck gets over to a wide open side of the net and Patrick Sharp bangs it in for the last win for the Hawks in their 2009 playoff run to the Conference Finals.


– Nashville Predators Vs Chicago Blackhawks-

Patrick Kane

tied this contest on a shorthanded goal in the final seconds with

Marian Hossa

serving a 5 minute penalty.

Hossa would get out of the box and score possibly the biggest goal in the 2010 playoffs to seal Game #5.

San Jose Sharks vs Chicago Blackhawks- Dustin Byfuglien bangs one home to give the Hawks a 3-0 series lead in the Western Conference Finals

Chicago Blackhawks vs Philadelphia Flyers- This is the biggest one of all with Kane clinching the first Stanley Cup Championship in 49 years for the Chicago Blackhawks in a goal almost nobody saw go in.


-Vancouver Canucks vs Chicago Blackhawks- The legend of Ben Smith takes off when the rookie scores to send the series to Game #7.


Chicago Blackhawks vs Phoenix Coyotes-  The first appearance of playoff Bryan Bickell as the puck finds him in the slot and he buries it past Mike Smith

Chicago Blackhawks vs Phoenix Coyotes- What a play be Jonathan Toews, He wins the faceoff, wins the puck and scores the game winner.


Minnesota Wild vs Chicago Blackhawks- Bryan Bickell from Viktor Stalberg with a great call by Pat Foley wins the opening game of the playoffs that season.

Detroit Red Wings vs Chicago Blackhawks- After a late third period goal by Niklas Hjalmarsson was waved off, the Hawks win the series on a Brent Seabrook deflected shot.

LA Kings vs Chicago Blackhawks- Jonathan Toews to Patrick Kane gives Kane a hat trick and the Hawks a trip to the Stanley Cup Final

Chicago Blackhawks vs Boston Bruins- I Love shinpads Andrew Shaw wins the opener in triple overtime

Chicago Blackhawks vs Boston Bruins- The Hawks win Game #4 to tie the series on a Brent Seabrook missile from the point.


St. Louis Blues vs Chicago Blackhawks- Patrick Kane wins it with a drive to the net that no one stops.

Chicago Blackhawks vs St. Louis Blues- Jonathan Toews basically ends the series with his breakaway goal.

Chicago Blackhawks vs Minnesota Wild- Patrick Kane wins it with roof shot after a crazy bounce of the glass.

LA Kings vs Chicago Blackhawks- Michal Handzus is the hero after a sweet pass from Brandon Saad sets him up.


Chicago Blackhawks vs Nashville Predators- The Hawks dig out of a 3-0 hole and Duncan Keith wins it in double overtime

Nashville Predators vs Chicago Blackhawks- Mr. Overtime Brent Seabrook wins it early into the third overtime.

Chicago Blackhawks vs Anaheim Ducks- Andrew Shaw tried to end with a header, but eventually Marcus Kruger bangs in a rebound for the Hawks OT win

Anaheim Ducks Vs Chicago Blackhawks- Antoine Vermette scores on his second chance and the Hawks extend the series.

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That’s it for the recap, which overtime goal is your favorite?