Blackhawks History

National Hockey League fans who love blockbuster trades have had plenty to be happy about on June 29 over the years. There was an action-packed day in 2016 and two Hall of Famers were traded to their hometowns in 1990. A Crazy 23 Minutes The news couldn’t break fast enough on June 29, 2016, during
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This date in National Hockey League history has seen a lot of memorable moments throughout the decades. The greatest coach in the history of the game went out in style, the youngest first overall pick was made and the Hockey Hall of Fame welcomed in a whole slew of new names. Bowman Takes a Final
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Today was a big date in National Hockey League history for teams making to the Stanley Cup Final. Some teams made for the first time ever, while others returned for the first time in a long while. Motown Memories May 22 has been very kind to the Detroit Red Wings over the years. In 1997,
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June 6 has been a very busy day over through National Hockey League History. A pair of expansion drafts were held on this date, including the first one ever. Lord Stanley called California home for the first time and Bean Town acquired one of its most beloved players. Expansion is the Word of the Day
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Since their founding in 1926, the Chicago Blackhawks (and Black Hawks) have won six Stanley Cup championships. They’re one of the “Original Six” NHL teams along with the Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, Boston Bruins and New York Rangers. There are only three Blackhawks to reach the 50-goal mark. (Vince Richards/THW) From
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This has been a memorable date for many National Hockey League franchise over the years. We saw everything from overtime wins, return trips to the Stanley Cup Final and even a name change. A Great Day in Chicago May 23 has been a very kind day for the Chicago Blackhawks over the years. In 1968,
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Two of the greatest dynasties National Hockey League history hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup on this date. May 21 has also seen some big individual performances and final games for future Hall of Famers. A Pair of Dynastic Wins On May 21, 1979, the Montreal Canadiens won their fourth straight Stanly Cup and their sixth of
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May 15 goes down as one of the most intriguing dates in National Hockey League history. There was so much more than just the exciting moments on the ice that makes it a memorable date. The league announced some very important expansion teams, one of the most lopsided trades ever occurred and one team made
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The teams from the Empire State has enjoyed quite a bit of success on this date throughout the years. May 8 has also provided some “Original Six” memories, big performances by rookies and Hall of Fame milestones. A New York State of Mind This has been a big date in hockey history through the state
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One of the biggest treats for National Hockey League fans is the thrill of watching a Game 7 during the Stanley Cup playoffs. This date has provided quite a few of those, including one that completed an epic comeback. Game 7 Magic There are few things greater in sports than a seventh and deciding game
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If you had to choose two words to describe April 24 throughout the history of the National Hockey League, “overtime goal” would be the perfect pair to use. This date has provided some of the most memorable playoff goals ever scored, as well as some legends breaking records. More OT Goals Than You Can Shake
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April 21 has been a very busy day in National Hockey League history. We have seen defensemen shine on the offensive stage, some big hat tricks and plenty of other memorable Stanley Cup playoff moments on this date. The Legend of Bill Barilko Defenseman Bill Barilko played five seasons for the Toronto Maple Leafs and
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One of the greatest dynasties in National Hockey League history was nearly cut short on this date 38 years ago. April 13 has also provided plenty of big moments in both the regular season and Stanley Cup playoffs throughout the years. Disaster Avoided, Dynasty Saved   The New York Islanders dynasty of the 1980s had five
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The 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs were originally scheduled to start today, but we won’t be able to watch any great National Hockey League action. Instead, we will take a look back at all the Stanley Cup history that was made on this date and there is plenty of it. Gordie Shows Howe it’s Done The
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