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Oficiální stránky Chicago Blackhawks

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#1 Glenn Hall

Seasons with Chicago: 10 (1957-67)

Sweater retired: Nov. 20, 1988 at Chicago Stadium

Blackhawks career highlights:Led the Blackhawks to the 1961 Stanley Cup, posting two shutouts and starting all 12 playoff games ... Three-time Vezina Trophy winner (1963, 1967, 1969) ... Conn Smythe Trophy winner with St. Louis (1968) ... Played in 503 consecutive games (a National Hockey League record), all without wearing a face mask ... 363 of those games were with the Blackhawks ... Recipient of the Calder Memorial Trophy with Detroit (1955-56) ... Seven-time First Team All-Star, five with the Blackhawks (1958, 1960, 1963, 1964, 1966) ... Three-time Second Team All-Star (1961, 1962, 1967) ... Posted a record of 275-229-106 with 51 shutouts during his time in Chicago ... Played in a record 13 NHL All-Star Games from 1955-69 ... Hockey Hall of Fame inductee (1975) ... Completed his NHL career with 407 wins and 84 shutouts ... His 407 wins are good for eighth in NHL history.

#3 Pierre Pilote

Seasons with Chicago: 13 (1955-68)

Sweater retired: Nov. 12, 2008 at United Center

Blackhawks career highlights: Led the Blackhawks to the 1961 Stanley Cup, recording three goals and 12 assists in 12 playoff games … Played all but one season of his National Hockey League career with the Blackhawks … Three-time Norris Trophy winner (1963, 1964, 1965) … Five-time NHL First Team All-Star (1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967) … Blackhawks captain from 1961-1968 … Played in 376 consecutive regular-season games between 1956 and 1961 … Ranks sixth in team history in assists (400) and 10th in games played (821) … Earned 1,205 career penalty minutes with the Blackhawks, then a team record … Three-time NHL Second Team All-Star (1960, 1961, 1962) … Ranks sixth in team postseason history with 52 career assists … Hockey Hall of Fame inductee (1975) ... Completed his career with 80 goals, 418 assists and 1,251 penalty minutes.

#3 Keith Magnuson

Seasons with Chicago: 13 as a player (1969-80), 2 as coach (1980-82)

Sweater retired: Nov. 12, 2008 at United Center

Blackhawks career highlights: Played all 11 seasons of his National Hockey League career with the Blackhawks … Held title of team captain for four seasons (1976-1980) … Appeared in two NHL All-Star Games … Set a then-team record with 213 penalty minutes in his rookie season (1971-72) … Retired with 1,442 career penalty minutes, then a team record … Earned a +170 career plus/minus rating, third-highest in team history … Played in 68 career playoff games, drawing 164 penalty minutes … Set a then-team record with 63 penalty minutes in one playoff year (1971) … Scored 139 points (14 goals, 125 assists) in 589 career games … Named the Blackhawks head coach in 1980 after previously serving as an assistant coach … Co-founder and first president of the Blackhawk Alumni Association.

#9 Bobby Hull

Seasons with Chicago: 15 (1957-72)

Sweater retired: Dec. 18, 1983 at Chicago Stadium

Blackhawks career highlights: Led the Blackhawks to the 1961 Stanley Cup ... Arguably the best left winger in National Hockey League history ... Three-time Art Ross Trophy winner (1960, 1962, 1966) ... Two-time Hart Trophy winner (1965, 1966) ... Lady Byng Trophy winner (1965) ... Led the NHL in goals scored seven times, the most in league history ... Ten-time First Team All-Star (1960, 1962, 1964-70, 1972) ... Two-time Second Team All-Star (1963, 1971) ... Lester Patrick Award winner (1969) ... Blackhawks all-time goals leader (604) ... Second to Stan Mikita in games played (1,036) ... Fourth in team history in assists (549) ... Second to Stan Mikita in points (1,153) ... 13 consecutive seasons with 30 or more goals (1959-1972) ... First player in NHL history to score more than 50 goals in a single season (1966) ... Reached the 50-goal plateau five times in his career (1961-62, 1965-66, 1966-67, 1968-69, 1971-72) ... Hockey Hall of Fame inductee (1983) ... When son, Brett, was named the Hart Trophy winner in 1991, they became the first father-son combination in NHL history to win the award ... Named a Blackhawks ambassador in a ceremony with Stan Mikita at the United Center on March 7, 2008.

#18 Denis Savard

Seasons with Chicago: 24 as a player (1980-90, 95-97), 11 as a coach (1997-2008)

Sweater retired: March 19, 1998 at United Center

Blackhawks career highlights: Played 12 seasons of his 17-year National Hockey League career with the Blackhawks ... NHL Second Team All-Star (1983) ... Fourth in team history in goals (377) and second in assists (719) ... Tallied 61 goals and 84 assists (145 points) in 131 playoff games ... Blackhawks first-round pick (third overall) in the 1980 NHL Draft ... Became the second player in team history to record 100-plus points in a season (119) in 1981-82 ... Compiled three 100-point seasons as a Blackhawk ... Holds the Blackhawks single-season assist record with 87 (1981-82 and 1987-88), as well as the team's single-season points standard (131 in 1987-88) ... Made seven appearances in the NHL All-Star Game ... His 1,338 career points are tied for 28th in NHL history ... In Stanley Cup Playoffs competition, his 175 points (66G, 109A) in 169 games ranks 16th in NHL history ... Hockey Hall of Fame inductee (2000) ... Named a Blackhawks ambassador on Nov. 13, 2008.

#21 Stan Mikita

Seasons with Chicago: 22 (1958-80)

Sweater retired: Oct. 19, 1980 at Chicago Stadium

Blackhawks career highlights: Played his entire 22-year career with the Blackhawks ... Led the Blackhawks to the 1961 Stanley Cup and paced the team in scoring throughout the playoffs ... Four-time Art Ross Trophy winner (1964, 1965, 1967, 1968) ... Two-time Hart Trophy winner (1967, 1968) ... Two-time Lady Byng Memorial Trophy winner (1967, 1968) ... Lester Patrick Trophy winner (1976) ... Six-time First Team All-Star (1962, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968) ... Only player in National Hockey League history to win the Art Ross, Hart and Lady Byng Trophies in the same season (1966-67, 1967-68) ... Two-time Second Team All-Star (1965, 1970) ... Blackhawks all-time assists leader (926) ... Blackhawks all-time points leader (1,467) ... Second to Bobby Hull in goals (541) ... Blackhawks leader in games played (1,394) ... Hockey Hall of Fame inductee (1983) ... Blackhawks captain in 1975-76 and 1976-77 ... First Czechoslovakian-born player in the NHL ... Member of the famous "Scooter Line" with Ken Wharram and Ab McDonald, and later Doug Mohns ... Named a Blackhawks ambassador in a ceremony with Bobby Hull at the United Center on March 7, 2008.

#35 Tony Esposito

Seasons with Chicago: 15 (1969-84)

Sweater retired: Nov. 20, 1988 at Chicago Stadium

Blackhawks career highlights: Played all but one of his seasons during his professional career with the Blackhawks ... Three-time Vezina Trophy winner (1970, 1972, 1974) ... Calder Memorial Trophy winner (1970) ... Three-time First Team All-Star (1970, 1972, 1980) ... Two-time Second Team All-Star (1973, 1974) ... Blackhawks all-time shutouts leader (74) ... Set a team and National Hockey League record with 15 shutouts during the 1969-70 season ... Seven consecutive seasons with 30-plus wins (1969-1976) ... Blackhawks career wins leader (418) ... Appeared in six NHL All-Star Games (1970-74, 1980) ... Compiled a record of 423-306-151, which ranks seventh in NHL history ... His 76 career shutouts also are tied for ninth in NHL history ... Hockey Hall of Fame inductee (1988) ... Joined his brother, Phil, in the Hockey Hall of Fame ... Named a Blackhawks ambassador in a ceremony at the United Center on March 19, 2008.