No. 8: RW Jim Pappin (1968-75)
The first forward on this list, Pappin had an underwhelming few years in Toronto before coming aboard in Chicago. A change of scenery was apparently all Pappin needed, as he became a solid scoring option with the Blackhawks.
In his first season, Pappin collected 70 points for the Blackhawks. He maxed out at 92 points in 1972-73 and contributed 63 points in his final season with Chicago, at age 35. Pappin also rarely disappeared during the postseason, netting close to a point per game in all but one of six playoff showings with the Blackhawks.
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