The Answer To Question #4 is The Captain Jonathan Toews
In 2010 during the Chicago Blackhawks first run to a Stanley Cup in 49 years, Jonathan Toews was a point machine. He won the Conn Smythe Trophy and had 29 points during the run to the Stanley Cup by adding 22 assists.
When looking back at the box scores from that 2010 run you would think it was the 1980’s with scores like 6-5 routinely being played. I guess that’s why I liked that team the best because it was an offensive power and fun to watch goals get scored.
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Blackhawks Single Season Playoff Assist Records
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Wayne Presley is the answer to Question #5
There have been a lot of great penalty killers in Chicago Blackhawks history, but none of them had the run Presley had in the 1989 playoffs. Presley scored 3 short handed goals that season and he still holds the record for season and career short handed goals.
If we are talking about playoff shorty’s though it was was Dave Bolland’s in Game #1 of the Stanley Cup Final in 2010 that I remember the most.
Blackhawks Playoff Single Season Shorthanded Records
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