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Blackhawks Puckdoku Profiles: Awards, Assists, & Array

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Today’s Blackhawks Puckdoku Profiles will take a little different approach. We’ll look at a couple different categories but each will have at least three different teams for the player, which includes the Blackhawks. It doesn’t necessarily mean they won the award with Chicago. Instead, it’s victors of those awards who ended up playing for Chicago at some point, be it before the award or after. For the assists category, each player registered the 50 helpers while with the Blackhawks.

Sometimes, it’s those categories that end up being the trickiest of the bunch.  Here are a couple awards that showed up in recent Puckdoku games while a threshold for 50 assists in a season as a Chicago Blackhawk.

Norris Trophy Winners

  • Chris Chelios (Montreal, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta)
  • Paul Coffey (Edmonton, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Detroit, Hartford, Philadelphia, Chicago, Carolina, Boston)

Vezina Trophy Winners

  • Dominik Hasek (Chicago, Buffalo, Detroit)
  • Glenn Hall (Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis)
  • Ed Belfour (Chicago, San Jose, Dallas, Toronto, Florida)

50 or More Assists in a Season

  • Denis Savard (Chicago, Montreal, Tampa Bay)
  • Pit Martin (Chicago, Detroit, Boston, Vancouver)
  • Jeremy Roenick (Chicago, Arizona, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Jose)
  • Chris Chelios (Montreal, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta)
  • Terry Ruskowski (Chicago, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, and Minnesota)
  • Troy Murray (Chicago, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Pittsburgh, Colorado)
  • Jim Pappin (Toronto, Chicago, California Golden Seals, Cleveland Barons)
  • Eddie Olczyk (Chicago, Toronto, Winnipeg, New York Rangers, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh)

Previous Puckdoku Profiles: (Denis DeJordy; Sergei Krivokrasov; Paul Coffey) | (Eddie Olczyk, Marc Bergevin, Bob Sauvé) |  The Blackhawks Nemeses: Ciccarelli and Torres | Blackhawks Record Holders |  4 Blasts from the Past | 3 Blackhawks Netminders from the 90s and 2000s | Campoli, Eastwood, and Calder

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