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Tony Esposito, who tended goal for fifteen years with the Blackhawks, is the team’s all-time leader in Point Shares with 176.5 for his career. Among the goaltender’s many accomplishments in Chicago, “Tony O” was a five-time All Star and won one Calder Trophy and three Vezina trophies.

BLACKHAWKS ALL-TIME STARTING SIX

Tony Esposito leads Chicago Blackhawks all-time starting six by Point Shares

Joining Esposito on the Blackhawks all-time starting six by Point Shares are defensemen Duncan Keith (109.3) and Doug Wilson (107.0), right wing Patrick Kane (118.2), left wing Bobby Hull (135.4) and center Stan Mikita (143.5).

The following stats of the Blackhawks’ all-time starting six reflect only those numbers accrued during their time with the franchise…

UPDATED February 27, 2020

TONY ESPOSITO: 1969-84

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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Win-Loss Record: 418-302

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DUNCAN KEITH: 2005-20

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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 604

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DOUG WILSON: 1977-91

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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 779

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PATRICK KANE: 2007-20

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Seasons
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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 1016

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BOBBY HULL: 1957-72

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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 1153

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STAN MIKITA: 1958-80

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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 1467