Friday, June 4, 2010

Blackhawks Honor Roll

    
KEITH MAGNUSON
     No member of the Blackhawks has ever won the Conn Smythe Trophy, emblematic of the most valuable player in the Stanley Cup playoffs. The award was introduced in 1965, and (of course) the Hawks haven't won the Cup since 1961.
     Below is a recap of the many honors that the Hawks have won. We're hoping that 2010 will mark the Hawks' fourth Stanley Cup championship, their first Conn Smythe Trophy, and maybe a few other additions to the lists below.

Blackhawks retired numbers:
  1 - Glenn Hall
  3 - Keith Magnuson
  3 - Pierre Pilote
  9 - Bobby Hull
18 - Denis Savard
21 - Stan Mikita
35 - Tony Esposito

Stanley Cup champion head coaches:
1934 - Tommy Gorman
1938 - Bill Stewart
1961 - Rudy Pilous

Stanley Cup champion captains:
1934 - Chuck Gardiner
1938 - Johnny Gottselig
1961 - Ed Litzenberger

Hart Memorial Trophy
(most valuable player):
1946 - Max Bentley
1954 - Al Rollins
1965 - Bobby Hull
1966 - Bobby Hull
1967 - Stan Mikita
1968 - Stan Mikita

Art Ross Trophy
(leading scorer):
1943 - Doug Bentley
1946 - Max Bentley
1947 - Max Bentley
1949 - Roy Conacher
1960 - Bobby Hull
1962 - Bobby Hull
1964 - Stan Mikita
1965 - Stan Mikita
1966 - Bobby Hull
1967 - Stan Mikita
1968 - Stan Mikita

James Norris Memorial Trophy
(outstanding defenseman):
1963 - Pierre Pilote
1964 - Pierre Pilote
1965 - Pierre Pilote
1982 - Doug Wilson
1993 - Chris Chelios
1996 - Chris Chelios

Vezina Trophy
(outstanding goaltender):
1932 - Chuck Gardiner
1934 - Chuck Gardiner
1935 - Lorne Chabot
1963 - Glenn Hall
1967 - Glenn Hall, Dennis DeJordy
1970 - Tony Esposito
1972 - Tony Esposito, Gary Smith
1974 - Tony Esposito
1991 - Ed Belfour
1993 - Ed Belfour

Frank J. Selke Trophy
(outstanding defensive forward):
1986 - Troy Murray
1991 - Dirk Graham

Calder Memorial Trophy
(rookie of the year):
1936 - Mike Karakas
1938 - Carl Dahlstrom
1955 - Ed Litzenberger
1960 - Bill Hay
1970 - Tony Esposito
1983 - Steve Larmer
1991 - Ed Belfour
2008 - Patrick Kane

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
(most gentlemanly player):
1936 - Elwyn "Doc" Romnes
1943 - Max Bentley
1944 - Clint Smith
1945 - Bill Mosienko
1964 - Ken Wharram
1965 - Bobby Hull
1967 - Stan Mikita
1968 - Stan Mikita

Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
(perseverance and sportsmanship):
1970 - Pit Martin

Jack Adams Award
(coach of the year):
1983 - Orval Tessier

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