10 Glenn Hall
When you think of the best goalie in Blackhawks history you can not forget Glenn Hall. Hall is a 1961 Stanley Cup Champion, 11-time all-star, Calder Trophy winner, Conn Smythe winner, and a three-time Vezina Trophy winner.
Hall spent 618 games with the Chicago Black Hawks, and over the course of those 10 years, he had a record of 276-229-107. The one thing Hall has going for him that Esposito does not is the fact that his save percentage is better. Hall is third all-time with a save percentage of .916 compared to Esposito’s .906
Hall is one of the top 100 players of all time and was one of the first goalies to utilize the butterfly style. Hall is one of the best goalies ever, and he played in every game for a handful of years, something we never see anymore.
9 Steve Larmer
Steve Larmer leads the Blackhawks in power-play goals with 153 goals. He is third all-time in goals with 406, and he is fifth all-time in points. Larmer played 13 years with Chicago, during which time he put up 406 goals, 517 assists, and 923 points.
Larmer was a big part of Chicago throughout his entire time with the team, and he was instrumental during some deep playoff runs in 1989, 1990, and 1992. It is a shame he and Roenick and so many others were not able to pull through with a championship against Pittsburgh.
Larmer was a part of some great Blackhawks teams, and luckily he managed to win the Stanley Cup in his career; while it was not with Chicago, I am happy he won a championship. Larmer is always going to be talked about as a potential player that deserves his number retired by the ‘Hawks. While it might not happen, he did have an amazing career with the team.