No. 11: LW/D Doug Mohns (1964-71)
Yeah, I didn’t know who Doug Mohns was either prior to doing research for this post. Mohns spent a few seasons in Chicago after an 11-season run with the Boston Bruins that began when he was 20. Mohns retired at 41, so he had a long and fruitful NHL career that went through franchise expansion.
Mohns’ time with the Blackhawks saw some of his more productive seasons, probably a product of playing on the same team as Stan Mikita, Bobby Hull and the like. Mohns’ career high in points (60) came during the 1966-67 campaign, and he posted 41 or more points in four of his Blackhawks seasons. He did that just twice in Boston.
Mohns also had some decent playoff success, posting seven points in 14 games in 1965 and six more in 11 games in 1968.
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