Analysis

Projecting Season-Ending Point Totals For Every Blackhawks Player

By Jimmy Lynch
Patrick Kane #88, Chicago Blackhawks Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports
Patrick Kane #88, Chicago Blackhawks Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports /
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It is hard to imagine that the NHL season is already almost over. The Chicago Blackhawks have already played half of their games and are gearing up for a couple of tough months ahead. While the season ends at just 56 games, the Hawks could have the playoffs in sight.

So many different Blackhawks have been playing some amazing hockey this season. Patrick Kane is still his usual self, but most importantly, the resurgence of Alex DeBrincat paired with the continuing great play of players like Dominik Kubalik are making the Blackhawks an even bigger threat than ever before.

Jeremy Colliton has done an excellent job of willing this team to where they are now. While things do look tough ahead with games against Florida and Tampa Bay, the Hawks definitely look better than last year.

Here is where things stand as of now for the Blackhawks players:

If the Chicago Blackhawks roster were to play out the remainder of the games this season, here are the expected point totals.

Patrick Kane – 79

Alex DeBrincat – 60

Dominik Kubalik – 42

Mattias Janmark – 29

Pius Suter – 25

Adam Boqvist – 33

Carl Soderberg -26

Philipp Kurashev – 20

Duncan Keith -19

Brandon Hagel -18

Connor Murphy – 15

David Kampf – 14

Calvin de Haan – 12

Nikita Zadorov – 12

Nicolas Beaudin – 16 

Ryan Carpenter -9

Ian Mitchell –  8

It is hard to imagine Adam Boqvist putting up 33 points this season,  but his play since coming back from his own COVID-19 case has been immaculate. Boqvist looks improved on both sides of the puck. Pair that with the great play of the newcomers like Ian Mitchell and Nicolas Beaudin, and this young blue line could be one of the best in the league one day.

The Blackhawks are back in action tonight against the Florida Panthers. Hopefully, after the not-so-stellar performance the other night against Florida, the Blackhawks will bounce back as they have in the past.

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We will keep these point totals for reference when it comes to the end of the season. It will be interesting to see where the roster stacks up by then compared to now. Which Blackhawks do you think will lead the team in points at season end? Okay, Patrick Kane is probably a lock, so who will be behind him?

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