14 Doug Wilson
Doug Wilson played in 938 games with the Chicago Black Hawks/Blackhawks. Wilson, who is now a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, was drafted sixth overall by the ‘Hawks in 1977. Wilson was a three-time all-star and won the 1981-82 Norris Trophy.
Wilson put up 225 goals, and 554 assists with the Blackhawks across his time with the team. You can not talk about a Blackhawks all-time best blue line without having Wilson’s name on it. Similar to a lot of other players on this list, I wish Wilson could have won a championship with the team.
13 Keith Magnuson
Keith Magnuson played for the Chicago Black Hawks from 1969 through 1980. Over the course of those eleven years, Magnuson was a force on the ‘Hawks blue line. During his first two years in the NHL, he had a whopping 213 penalty minutes and 289 penalty minutes respectively.
Magnuson has his number retired with the Blackhawks. While he might not have been a scoring machine with the ‘Hawks, he was one of the best defenders to ever skate in the city of Chicago!