List of Chicago Blackhawks award winners

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Chicago Blackhawks awards
Award Wins
Stanley Cup
5
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl
6
Prince of Wales Trophy
2
Presidents' Trophy
2
Art Ross Trophy
8
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
2
Calder Memorial Trophy
7
Conn Smythe Trophy
2
Frank J. Selke Trophy
3
Hart Memorial Trophy
6
Jack Adams Award
1
James Norris Memorial Trophy
7
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
8
Lester Patrick Trophy
7
Vezina Trophy
10
William M. Jennings Trophy
4
Total
Awards won 80

The Chicago Blackhawks are a professional ice hockey team based in Chicago, Illinois. They are members of the Central Division of the Western Conference in the National Hockey League (NHL). The club was founded in 1926 as one of the league's first American franchises and are today considered one of the NHL's "Original Six" teams—a term reserved for the six teams that comprised the NHL from the 1942–43 season until the league expanded in 1967.

The Blackhawks have won numerous team and individual awards and honors. They have won the Stanley Cup as the league champions in 1934, 1938, 1961, 2010 and 2013. The Presidents' Trophy was awarded to the club in the 1990–91 and 2012-13 seasons for finishing with the most points.

League awards[edit]

Team trophies[edit]

The Chicago Blackhawks have won the Western (previously the Campbell) Conference six times and the Eastern (previously the Wales) Conference two times. They won the league championship Stanley Cup five times. They have also won the Presidents' Trophy twice as the top team in the NHL during the regular season.

Award Description Times
won
Seasons
Stanley Cup NHL championship 5 1933–34, 1937–38, 1960–61, 2009–10, 2012–13
Presidents' Trophy Regular season championship 2 1990–91, 2012–13
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Western Conference playoff championship 6 1970–71, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1991–92, 2009–10, 2012–13
Prince of Wales Trophy Regular season championship
East Division regular season championship
2 1966–67
1969–70

Individual trophies[edit]

Art Ross Trophy

Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

Calder Memorial Trophy

Conn Smythe Trophy

Frank J. Selke Trophy

Hart Memorial Trophy

Jack Adams Award

James Norris Memorial Trophy

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

Vezina Trophy

William M. Jennings Trophy

All-Star Game selections[edit]

Year Player(s)
2012 Marian Hossa, Patrick Kane
2011 Patrick Kane, Duncan Keith, Patrick Sharp, Jonathan Toews
2009 Brian Campbell, Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews
2008 Duncan Keith
2007 Martin Havlat
2004 none
2003 Jocelyn Thibault
2002 Eric Daze, Alex Zhamnov
2001 Tony Amonte
2000 Tony Amonte
1999 Tony Amonte
1998 Tony Amonte, Chris Chelios
1997 Tony Amonte, Chris Chelios
1996 Ed Belfour, Chris Chelios, Denis Savard
1994 Chris Chelios, Jeremy Roenick
1993 Ed Belfour, Chris Chelios, Jeremy Roenick
1992 Ed Belfour, Chris Chelios, Jeremy Roenick
1991 Chris Chelios, Steve Larmer, Jeremy Roenick
1990 Steve Larmer, Doug Wilson
1989 Dave Manson
1988 Denis Savard
1986 Denis Savard, Doug Wilson
1985 Doug Wilson
1984 Murray Bannerman, Denis Savard, Doug Wilson
1983 Murray Bannerman, Bob Murray, Denis Savard, Al Secord, Doug Wilson
1982 Denis Savard, Al Secord, Doug Wilson
1981 Bob Murray
1980 Tony Esposito
1978 Ivan Boldirev
1977 Phil Russell
1976 John Marks, Phil Russell
1975 Doug Jarrett, Stan Mikita, Jim Pappin
1974 Tony Esposito, Dennis Hull, Pit Martin, Stan Mikita, Jim Pappin, Bill White
1973 Tony Esposito, Dennis Hull, Pit Martin, Stan Mikita, Jim Pappin, Bill White
1972 Tony Esposito, Bobby Hull, Dennis Hull, Keith Magnuson, Chico Maki, Pit Martin, Stan Mikita, Pat Stapleton, Bill White
1971 Tony Esposito, Bobby Hull, Dennis Hull, Keith Magnuson, Chico Maki, Pit Martin, Stan Mikita, Pat Stapleton, Bill White
1970 Tony Esposito, Bobby Hull
1969 Bobby Hull, Dennis Hull, Stan Mikita, Pat Stapleton
1968 Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita, Pierre Pilote, Kenny Wharram
1967 Glenn Hall, Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita, Pierre Pilote, Pat Stapleton
1965 Glenn Hall, Bobby Hull, Doug Mohns, Eric Nesterenko, Pierre Pilote
1964 Glenn Hall, Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita, Pierre Pilote, Moose Vasko
1963 Glenn Hall, Bobby Hull, Pierre Pilote, Moose Vasko
1962 Glenn Hall, Bobby Hull, Pierre Pilote
1961 Jack Evans, Reggie Fleming, Glenn Hall, Murray Hall, Bill Hay, Bronco Horvath, Bobby Hull, Chico Maki, Ab McDonald, Gerry Melnyk, Ron Murphy, Eric Nesterenko, Pierre Pilote, Dollard St. Laurent, Bob Turner, Moose Vasko, Kenny Wharram
1960 Glenn Hall, Bill Hay, Bobby Hull, Pierre Pilote
1959 Ed Litzenberger
1958 Glenn Hall, Ed Litzenberger, Dollard St. Laurent
1957 Ed Litzenberger
1956 Wally Hergesheimer, Nick Mickoski, Gus Mortson, Red Sullivan, Johnny Wilson
1955 Ed Litzenberger, Frank Martin, Allan Stanley, Red Sullivan, Harry Watson
1954 Bill Gadsby, Gus Mortson, Al Rollins
1953 Bill Gadsby, Gus Mortson, Bill Mosienko
1952 Bill Mosienko
1951 Doug Bentley, Gus Bodnar, Al Dewsbury, Lee Fogolin, Harry Lumley
1950 Doug Bentley, Bill Mosienko, Jack Stewart
1949 Doug Bentley, Roy Conacher, Bob Goldham, Bill Mosienko
1948 Doug Bentley, Bud Poile, Gaye Stewart
1947 Doug Bentley, Max Bentley, Bill Mosienko

Career achievements[edit]

Hockey Hall of Fame[edit]

Lester Patrick Trophy[edit]

The Lester Patrick Trophy is given to "Personnel who provide outstanding service to hockey in the United States." While presented by the National Hockey League, as well as USA Hockey, it is considered a non-NHL trophy because it may be awarded to players, coaches, officials, and other personnel outside the NHL.

The Hockey News Top 100 NHL Players of All-Time (1998)[edit]

  • No. 8 – Bobby Hull
  • No. 13 – (Jonathan Toews)

Retired numbers[edit]

The Chicago Blackhawks have retired six numbers, and a seventh was retired league-wide. The first jersey retired was #21 in honour of Stan Mikita, who played center for the club from 1958 to 1980. Three years later, the Hawks retired Bobby Hull's #9. Goaltenders Glenn Hall (#1) and Tony Esposito (#35) had their numbers retired on the same night in 1988. The number of Denis Savard was raised to the rafters in 1998. The most recent number retired was #3, for both Pierre Pilote and Keith Magnuson. Wayne Gretzky's #99 was retired league-wide in 1999.

Number Player Year Years with Blackhawks
1 Glenn Hall 1988 1957–1967
3 Pierre Pilote 2008 1956–1968
3 Keith Magnuson 2008 1969–1979
9 Bobby Hull 1983 1957–1972
18 Denis Savard 1998 1980–1990
1995–1997
21 Stan Mikita 1980 1958–1980
35 Tony Esposito 1988 1969–1983
99 Wayne Gretzky 1999 Retired by NHL

See also[edit]