No. 33: RW/LW Dirk Graham (1987-95)
This number doesn’t have the greatest history with the Blackhawks, as Dustin Byfuglien and Scott Darling (yes, really) probably finish second and third for the spot on this list. Graham did a little more with the Blackhawks though, and he became a good support piece during the team’s 1992 Cup run.
Graham was known more for committing penalties than scoring (917 penalty minutes to 489 points), but he had some nice seasons in Chicago. He netted 36 points in 42 games after being acquired from the North Stars during the 1987-88 season. He would spend the rest of his career with the Blackhawks, securing 343 points in 546 regular-season contests.
Graham also had 36 points in 75 playoff games with Chicago, including a solid 12 in 18 games during the 1992 Stanley Cup run.
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