No. 28: RW Steve Larmer (1982-93)
Larmer in one word: consistent. He played in 80 games in 10 consecutive seasons with the Blackhawks, then 84 in his final year with Chicago. He scored at better than a point-per-game rate most every one of those seasons as well, maxing out at 101 points in 1990-91.
The two-time All-Star won the Calder Trophy with Chicago behind 90 points in his rookie season. He was a force at even strength and on the powerplay and received Byng, Hart and Selke votes throughout his time with the Blackhawks. His offensive point share was between 4.2 and 8.4 each season.
Larmer was also solid in the playoffs, netting five double-digit point totals in 11 postseason runs.
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