Chicago Blackhawks Betting Stats

Chicago Blackhawks Betting stats
Chicago Blackhawks

As one of the “Original Six” teams, the Chicago Blackhawks are one of the most storied NHL franchises. While most of its existence was mired by mediocrity, their recent successes have given the team more prominence on the ice. Several players lead the Blackhawks’ team stats, including greats like Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita, and Patrick Kane.

This franchise goes through long stretches of highs and lows. But at its best, the Blackhawks have shown they can be a dynasty-caliber team. Currently, the team may be at long NHL odds. But Chicago is still brimming with talent and a few moves could improve this team’s chances.

General Information

Western

Central

Chicago, Illinois

United Center

Championships

  • 6x Stanley Cups
  • 4x Conference Championships
  • 16x Division Championships
  • 2x Presidents’ Trophy
  • 7x Hart Memorial Trophy
  • 9x Art Ross Trophy
  • Ted Lindsay Award
  • 3x Conn Smythe Trophy
  • 2x Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy
  • 3x Frank J. Selke Trophy
  • 10x Vezina Trophy
  • 8x James Norris Memorial Trophy
  • 8x Calder Memorial Trophy
  • Jack Adams Award
  • 8x Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

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Chicago Blackhawks Stats & History​

The Blackhawks were originally known as the “Black Hawks,” from 1926 to 1986. Frederick McLaughlin, a coffee tycoon, purchased the team and owned it until 1944. The franchise would be moderately successful in this era winning a pair of Stanley Cups.

McLaughlin died in 1944, and the team was sold to long-time team president Bill Tobin. This led James D. Norris, son of then-Red Wings owner James E. Norris, and Arthur Wirtz to purchase the club. The team had been an also-ran in this time, making the playoffs just once in 12 seasons.

However, in the late 1950s, Chicago’s fortunes would turn when Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita arrived. The pair became superstars and led the Chicago Blackhawks’ team stats. Along with star goaltender Glenn Hall, they led the team to a Stanley Cup victory in 1961.

Norris died in 1966, leaving the team to Wirtz and his son, Bill. This would mark a long period of struggle for Chicago, though the team remained formidable with its stars, notably new goalie Tony Esposito. But by the 1970s, the team would begin to slip as Hull would leave for the rival World Hockey Association (WHA) and Mikita would begin to age.

Following Arthur’s death and Mikita’s retirement, Chicago started a gradual decline. Though the team would return to the Stanley Cup Final during the 1991-92 season, its confounding moves would overshadow their successes.

Chicago, under Bill Wirtz’s watch, would let go of several stars like Ed Belfour, Chris Chelios, and Dominik Hasek. All three would go on to have Hall of Fame-worthy careers and win Stanley Cups. Meanwhile, Chicago would degenerate into a non-playoff team.

In 2007, Bill died and passed the team on to his son Rocky. This marked a turnaround for the franchise. Led by Kane, Jonathan Toews, and Duncan Keith, the Blackhawks would become a dynasty winning three Stanley Cups from 2009 to 2015.


Its dynasty days behind them, Chicago has now returned to resembling its days under Bill Wirtz.

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