The 2010s were a decade to remember for the Chicago Blackhawks. We have had a number of great players help win us the Stanley Cup, so picking just three to appear on the side of Mount Rushmore is going to be hard.
Mount Rushmore has faces of some of the top presidents to ever serve the United States of America. Today, we are going to look at the top four people that served the Chicago Blackhawks during the 2010s. Honestly, I would like to put more than four faces, but that is just not the case.
Before we jump in, let’s recap some of the top facts about the 2010s. The Blackhawks won three Stanley Cups, in 2010 2013 and 2015. They managed to make at least the conference finals three years in a row, and they managed to be the only team this decade to win the Stanley Cup after capturing the President’s Trophy.
The Blackhawks had two head coaches this decade in Joel Quenneville and Jeremy Colliton, and one of the two had a lot of success with the team. Chicago had one general manager this decade, Stan Bowman. While there are a lot of mixed feelings on Bowman, he did help them build teams for Stanley Cup runs.
So without further ado, let’s jump in and discuss the first Blackhawk who has earned his name on this list.