No. 6: D Bob Murray (1976-90)
This number has been worn by more Blackhawks than any other at 44. But the list isn’t all that impressive. Still, even if it was, Murray would be a potential pick to lead the way.
Previously mentioned in this post as one of the Blackhawks’ all-time points leaders among blueliners, Murray spent all 1,008 of his NHL games in an Indian Head sweater. The three-time All-Star was around through good times and bad and finished his career when the team was on an upswing, moving toward its appearance in the 1992 Stanley Cup Final.
Murray finished with 30 or more points in 10 consecutive seasons, maxing out at 60 points in 1980-81. He also took a boatload of shots (2,076; more than two per game) and was a point producer in all three phases of hockey.
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