Chicago Blackhawks Logo – The Chicago Blackhawks are a team U.S. in ice hockey, created in 1926 and located in Chicago. The franchise is named after the leader of the Native American “Chief Black Eagle.” The team won the Stanley Cup on 4 occasions. Chicago plays in the National Hockey League, framed in the Western Conference. The Regina Capitals were a team from the Western Canada Hockey League until 1925, when they moved and became the Portland Rosebuds. A year later, the league disappeared for bankruptcy. Most players played for Portland’s new Chicago team in the NHL.
In 1930, the Blackhawks had their best season title with two Stanley Cups. Charlie Gardiner was the star goalie and team, and several players captured four Art Ross Trophies to consecutive scoring in the late 1940: Doug Bentley in 1943, his brother Max in 1946 and 1947, and Roy Conacher in 1949. Max Bentley also won the Hart Trophy Most Valuable Player in the league in 1946. The goalkeeper Al Rollins also won the Hart Trophy in 1954.
The team in 1960 became stronger. Bobby Hull led the scoring charts in the NHL seven times more than any other player. Also won three Art Ross Trophies and two Hart. Stan Mikita won four Art Ross Trophies and two Hart. Together they led the NHL seven times in nine years in the annotation section. The great goalie Glenn Hall participated in the All-Star game several times, and Pierre Pilote won the Norris Trophy for best defender three times. The Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in 1961, and reached the finals in 1962 and 1965. The goalie Tony Esposito led to the end of 1971 and 1973.
Since that time, have had many stars in their ranks as Doug Wilson, Steve Larmer, Jeremy Roenick, Tony Amonte and but have not regained the league title for over four decades. Chicago won the Presidents’ Trophy for best regular season team in 1991 and reached the final in 1992 thanks to the work of Ed Belfour (who won two Vezina Trophies) and Chris Chelios (Norris Trophy winner two with Chicago). Until 2006, they have only reached the heats on one occasion for 14 years. In 2010 the Blackhawks won their first Stanley Cup since 1961. They finished the regular season with 112 points and were champions of the Central Division. They beat the Philadelphia Flyers in six games to win the final series. Captain Jonathan Toews won the Conn Smythe Trophy as MVP of the series eliminatiorias.