12 Patrick Sharp
Patrick Sharp definitely should have gone higher in the NHL draft. The former 3rd round pick from the Philadelphia Flyers in 2001 was traded to Chicago in 2005. With the Blackhawks sharped scored 249 goals and registered 283 assists in 749 points. In all, that was 532 points with the ‘Hawks. He led the team in scoring for a lot of his years with the team and was a force to be reckoned with on the Blackhawks top line.
You have to hand it to Patrick Sharp. He was the assistant captain on a really good Blackhawks team and beat out players like Patrick Kane, Brent Seabrook, and Marian Hossa for the position. Sharp deserves to have his number retired by the Blackhawks for all he did with the team.
11 Chris Chelios
Chris Chelios is a three-time Stanley Cup Champion, three-time Norris Trophy winner, and one of the best defenders in Blackhawks history. In nine years with the Chicago Blackhawks, Chelios had 92 goals and 395 assists. He was one of the best players the team ever traded for, and honestly, even though Blackhawks fans do not like Detroit, I am happy he had some success there.