No. 44: C Patrick Poulin (1993-96)
Back to guys you probably don’t remember, Poulin came in as the team was beginning its descent toward madness. The 1992 Cup Final appearance in the rearview mirror, the Blackhawks had a few good years left before Dollar Bill Wirtz struck. Poulin got to see some of the last of them.
He was a career journeyman, having been traded midseason on three different occasions. The Blackhawks acquired him from Hartford in the 1993-94 season. Poulin went on to post 55 points in his first two years with Chicago, a nice total.
He had 15 more points before being shifted to Tampa Bay during the 1995-96 season. Poulin, we barely knew ye.
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