Some memorable dates this week in Blackhawks history:
On May 10, 1973, Pit Martin scored his second career Blackhawks playoff hat trick in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals against Montreal at the Chicago Stadium.
The Blackhawks came from behind in the third game of the Conference Finals at Toronto to edge the Maple Leafs 3-2 on May 11, 1995. Chicago had dropped the opening two games of the series, but then took the next four to knock out the Leafs.
On May 12, 1985, the Hawks tied a team mark with five goals in the opening period in the conference finals against Edmonton, en route to an 8-6 victory. Chicago set another record in the game by netting five of their goals on the power play.
On May 16, 1992, the Hawks opened the conference finals by walloping Edmonton 8-2 on their way to their second straight series sweep. The Hawks ended their run in the 1992 Stanley Cup Playoffs with an 11-game winning streak to set an NHL record before being swept by Pittsburgh in the Cup finals.