Some memorable dates this week in Blackhawk history:
Jim Pappin set a Hawks record for the fastest two goals when he scored six seconds apart in the third period on February 16, 1972 at the Stadium en route to a 3-3 tie against Philadelphia.
Hall of Fame winger Michel Goulet became the 17th player in NHL history to score 500 regular season goals on February 16, 1992.
The Chicago record for an unbeaten streak - 15 games (12-0-3) - ran from January 14 through February 16, 1967.
On the same date in 1955, the Hawks crushed Boston 10-2.
On February 18, 1968, Stan Mikita and Kenny Wharram each recorded a hat trick in a 7-1 whipping of Detroit at the Stadium as part of home-and-home sweep. The Hawks had handed the Red Wings a 7-4 defeat the night before in the Motor City.
The first Hawks hat trick in team history came on February 19, 1927, when George Hay turned the trick against Detroit during a game in Windsor, Ontario.
Nikolai Khabibulin earned his 37th career shutout last year on February 20 against Minnesota.
A perfect game was recorded at the Stadium on February 20, 1944: the Hawks and Maple Leafs battled to a scoreless tie and not one penalty was called in the game.
Bobby Hull scored his 500th NHL regular-season goal in a 4-2 victory over the Rangers at the Stadium on February 21, 1970.
Tony Amonte registered the first hat trick at the United Center on February 22, 1996 against the St. Louis Blues.
Chicago's Doug Bentley was the difference when he had his first four-goal game in New York on February 22, 1944 in an 8-4 decision over the Rangers.
Michel Goulet registered his 1,000 NHL point with a hat trick against Minnesota on February 23, 1991 - the 30th NHL player to reach that milestone.
A then-record crowd of 20,004 at the Chicago Stadium saw rookie goalie Emile Francis make his NHL debut against the Boston Bruins on February 23, 1947.