Chicago Blackhawks’ Best At Each Sweater, Nos. 21-30

By Colin Likas
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May 29, 2016; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; San Jose Sharks head coach Peter DeBoer (left) and general manager Doug Wilson (right) answer questions during media day a day prior to game one of the 2016 Stanley Cup Final at the CONSOL Energy Center. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports /

No. 24: D Doug Wilson (1977-91)

I wonder what this guy went on to do after he hung up the skates?

Anyway, Wilson was an extremely impressive offensive defenseman before he became a general manager. He won the 1982 Norris Trophy and was a seven-time All-Star behind 779 points with Chicago. On top of that, he was in the running for the Hart and Lady Byng trophies in multiple different seasons. As a defenseman, that’s pretty big.

Wilson achieved his offensive success by firing the puck at the net a lot. He collected more than 3,000 shots in 14 seasons with the Blackhawks, with his season average in Chicago coming out to about 216 shots.

He was solid on the defensive end as well, though. Wilson contributed upwards of three points to the team through his defensive play in all but one of his seasons with the Blackhawks.

Next: No. 25