Blackhawks Records & Accomplishments: Toews & Kane Era

The Blackhawks have accomplished a lot during the Toews & Kane era. 


  • Kane won the Calder Memorial Trophy


  •  Blackhawks announced that 20-year-old center Jonathan Toews would serve as the team's captain for the 2008–09 season, thus making him the 3rd-youngest player to earn that distinction in the NHL
  • Set franchise win streak record with 9 wins in a row. 


  • Matched the biggest comeback in NHL history, rallying from the five-goal deficit and beating the Flames 6-5
  • Franchise record with 112 points in the regular season
  • Franchise record with 52 wins in the regular season
  • Toews won Conn Smythe Trophy
  • Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup


  • The Blackhawks became just the seventh team in NHL history to come back to tie an 0-3 deficit in the playoffs. The Blackhawks lost in overtime in game 7 to the Vancouver Canucks.


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  • Blackhawks set a new franchise record by starting the season 6–0–0
  • Set franchise win streak record with 10 wins in a row. 
  • NHL record by earning points in the first 24 consecutive games of a season (21–0–3)
  • Toews won the Frank J. Selke Trophy
  • Kane won Conn Smythe Trophy
  • Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup
  • The eighth team to win both the Cup and the Presidents' Trophy


  • On October 15, with a win against the Carolina Hurricanes, the Blackhawks celebrated its 2,500th regular season win in franchise history.
  • On January 29, with a win against the Vancouver Canucks, Joel Quenneville reached 693 coaching wins, moving him into sole possession of 3rd place in all-time wins.
  • On February 3, the Blackhawks played their 6,000th regular season game in franchise history with a 5–3 win over the Los Angeles Kings.
  • On March 19, with a win against the rival St. Louis Blues, Joel Quenneville reached 700 coaching wins.


  • Toews won the Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award
  • Keith won Conn Smythe Trophy. He is the ninth defenseman to win the award, and is the first player to win the Conn Smythe and score the Stanley Cup-clinching goal.
  • Keith led every player in the postseason with 31:06 of ice time per game and became the fourth skater in NHL history to log more than 700 minutes in a postseason (715:37).
  • Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup.


  • Set franchise win streak record with 12 wins in a row. 
  • Kane recorded a 26-game point streak between October and December, during which he tallied 16 goals and 24 assists. This was the longest streak by any US-born skater, and the longest point-streak in Blackhawks history.
  • Toews set the franchise record with overtime goals (5).
  • Patrick Kane hits the 100 point marker. Only two other players in Blackhawks history have made this accomplishment and both did it twice each; Jeremy Roenick & Stan Mikita.
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