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16 Brent Seabrook

I think we all know what Brent Seabrook has brought to the Chicago Blackhawks. Honestly, a few years down the line, he probably will be a lot higher on this list. Seabrook has been with the Blackhawks since 2006 and was drafted in the first round of the 2003 NHL draft.

Seabrook has been with the Blackhawks since some of the team’s darker days in the early 2000s, but luckily he stuck around long enough to see the success of 2010-2015. Seabrook has played in 1114 games with the Blalckhawks, and in that time overall he has a Corsi percentage of 52, not bad.

Seabrook right now is looked at with a different lens due to his contract. However, sometime in the future, I believe he is going to get recognized by fans for all the good he has brought to this organization, especially this goal.

15 Jeremy Roenick

Jeremy Roenick was drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks eighth overall in 1988. He played in 20 games during the 1988-89 season, and by 1989 was an NHL regular for the Blackhawks. Roenick made scoring look easy and had four years where he passed 40 goals with the team, including two 50 goal seasons.

Patrick Kane has not even scored that many goals in a single season with the ‘Hawks. Roenick put up 267 goals, 329 assists, and 596 points in 524 games with the Blackhawks. Roenick played in 1363 games in the NHL for teams like the Blackhawks, Coyotes, Kings, and Sharks, and during that time, he had some pretty amazing highlights.

I wish Jeremy Roenick got to spend more time with Chicago during his career, and I wish he had an opportunity to hoist the Stanely Cup over his head with the Blackhawks. However, his career definitely was amazing!