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Yearly Stats Breakdown
Blackhawks Timeline
Regular Season Game Log
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The Blackhawks Sweater
Great Players from the Past
Hawks in the Hall of Fame
70th Anniversary All-Time Team
Blackhawks Team Captains
Blackhawks Coaching Records
The 1960-61 Stanley Cup Team
Blackhawks Goaltenders
Season-by-Season Record
Sweater Numbers
The Curse of Muldoon!
Blackhawk Hat Tricks
Blackhawk Shutouts
Year-by-year Roster & Stats
Flashback Articles
Books about the Hawks
Yearly Playoffs Results
            

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The Hockey Information Service has produced a great yearbook commemorating the 1960-61 Stanley Cup winning Blackhawks team. It's got photos, stories, stats and more about that year's team. If you want more info or want to order it, go to the Hockey Information Service web site. They also have photos available for every team and player that ever played in the NHL. Anybody interested in hockey history should definitely visit their site.

Visit the Philadelphia Flyers history site for even more hockey history
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Thanks to everybody on the Blackhawks mailing list who helped me get some of the information for this page (especially Nina) and to Paul Greenland for writing an excellent book that helped me tremendously called "Hockey Chicago Style: The History of the Chicago Blackhawks".

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