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The Top 25 Chicago Blackhawks In Franchise History

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Stan Mikita #21, Chicago Blackhawks
Stan Mikita #21, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images) /

2 Patrick Kane

Patrick Kane is one of the most well-known hockey players of this era. He is arguably one of the top American born hockey players of all time, and he is always going to be a top NHL player for as long as he is in the league.

Patrick Kane has kept finding ways to elevate his game even when the team around him has struggled. Kane has been a leading figure with the Chicago Blackhawks since being drafted and he has matured so much over the entire period.

While Kane’s history with the team has not always been perfect, he has become one of the biggest and brightest faces of the team. Even now, as the team has struggled and moved into a new era, Kane has been one of the most energetic players in the group, even reaching out to Nikita Zadarov when he was traded to the team from Colorado.

Kane has provided the Blackhawks with some very iconic moments throughout the past decade. He kicked things off with the Stanley Cup-winning goal in OT in Philadelphia, won the Conn Smythe in 2013, and scored the last goal Chicago has had in the Stanley Cup Final back in 2015.

1 Stan Mikita

While Patrick Kane might be one of the best players in the modern era of the NHL, Mikita is always going to be Mr. Blackhawk. Stan Mikita holds countless records with the Chicago Blackhawks organization, so many that just can not be passed.

Stan Mikita played for the Chicago Blackhawks from the year 1958 to 1980. Mikita played with the Blackhawks from the age of 18 to the age of 39. Not a bad career all to be spent with one team, the then Chicago Black Hawks.

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With the Blackhawks, Mikita won a Stanley Cup in 1961, 2 Lady Bing Trophies, 4 Art Ross Trophies, and 2 Hart Trophies. He is also a member of the hockey hall of fame and has his number retired by the Chicago Blackhawks. Stan Mikita is always going to be the best Blackhawk of all time.

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