Most Reliable: Patrick Kane
Patrick Kane is Patrick Kane, not much else you can say about that. While the Blackhawks might have liked Kaner to score more than 15 goals, any type of production the team can get from the three-time Stanley Cup champion is great.
Kane had one of his best seasons passing the puck as well as he put up 51 assists and impacted so many different plays. With the summer to rest and heal there is no telling where can will be in 2021-22. Personally, I am excited to see what he and DeBrincat can do together during a normal year.
Best Offensively: Alex DeBrincat
Alex DeBrincat never gave up. Even when the games were starting to mean nothing for a team that was already eliminated from the playoffs, DeBrincat kept scoring goals. Honestly, DeBrincat was more than just an offensive MVP as he was so improved in all corners of the ice.
DeBrincat bounced back in 2021, but now the real question is whether or not he can keep it going in 2021-22. For the team’s sake, I hope he can.