2009–10 Chicago Blackhawks season
The 2009–10 Chicago Blackhawks season was the team's 83rd season in the National Hockey League (NHL). For the second year in a row, the Blackhawks made a noteworthy transaction in the free agency period, signing forward Marian Hossa to the largest deal in franchise history. The Blackhawks sought to improve upon their success during the 2008–09 season, where they reached the Western Conference Finals. Expectations were extremely high for the young squad, with Sports Illustrated predicting them to win the Stanley Cup. On June 9, 2010, The Blackhawks defeated the Philadelphia Flyers, 4 games to 2, in the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals which gave the organization its first NHL championship since 1961 and fourth overall
Regular season[change | change source]
|Central Division ||GP||W||L||OTL||GF||GA||PTS|
|x-Detroit Red Wings||82||44||24||14||229||216||102|
|e-St. Louis Blues||82||40||32||10||225||223||90|
|e-Columbus Blue Jackets||82||32||35||15||216||259||79|
GP – Games Played W – Wins L – Losses OTL – OT/Shootout Losses GF – Goals For GA – Goals Against PTS – Points
* – Division Leader x – Clinched Playoff spot y – Clinched Division z – Clinched Conference p – Clinched Presidents' Trophy e – Eliminated from Playoff Contention
Playoffs[change | change source]
|1||April 16||Predators||Blackhawks||4 - 1||Nashville leaded series 1 - 0|
|2||April 18||Predators||Blackhawks||0 - 2||Series tied 1 - 1|
|3||April 20||Blackhawks||Predators||1 - 4||Nashville leaded series 2 - 1|
|4||April 22||Blackhawks||Predators||3 - 0||Series tied 2 - 2|
|5||April 24||Predators||Blackhawks||4 - 5||OT||Blackhawks leads series 3 - 2|
|6||April 26||Blackhawks||Predators||5 - 3||Blackhawks win series 4 - 2|
|1||May 1||Canucks||Blackhawks||5 - 1||Canucks leads series 1 - 0|
|2||May 3||Canucks||Blackhawks||2 - 4||Series tied 1 - 1|
|3||May 5||Blackhawks||Canucks||5 - 2||Blackhawks leads series 2 - 1|
|4||May 7||Blackhawks||Canucks||7 - 4||Blackhawks leads series 3 - 1|
|5||May 9||Canucks||Blackhawks||4 - 1||Blackhawks leads series 3 - 2|
|6||May 11||Blackhawks||Canucks||5 - 1||Blackhawks win series 4 - 2|
|1||May 16||Blackhawks||Sharks||2 - 1||Blackhawks lead series 1 - 0|
|2||May 18||Blackhawks||Sharks||4 - 2||Blackhawks lead series 2 - 0|
|3||May 21||Sharks||Blackhawks||2 - 3||OT||Blackhawks lead series 3 - 0|
|4||May 23||Sharks||Blackhawks||2 - 4||Blackhawks win series 4 - 0|
|1||May 29||Flyers||Blackhawks||5 - 6||Blackhawks lead series 1 - 0|
|2||May 31||Flyers||Blackhawks||1 - 2||Blackhawks lead series 2 - 0|
|3||June 2||Blackhawks||Flyers||3 - 4||OT||Blackhawks lead series 2 - 1|
|4||June 4||Blackhawks||Flyers||3 - 5||Series tied 2 - 2|
|5||June 6||Flyers||Blackhawks||4 - 7||Blackhawks lead series 3 - 2|
|6||June 9||Blackhawks||Flyers||4 - 3||OT||Blackhawks win Stanley Cup 4 - 2|
References[change | change source]
- "2009-2010 Standings by Division - NHL.com". NHL.com. The National Hockey League. Retrieved 2010-05-01.
- "Blackhawks v Predators - 2010 Stanley Cup Conference Quarters". NHL.com. The National Hockey League. Retrieved 2010-04-24.
- "Blackhawks vs Canucks - 2010 Stanley Cup Conference Semifinals". NHL.com. The National Hockey League. Retrieved 2010-05-12.
- "Sharks vs Blackhawks - 2010 Stanley Cup Conference Finals". NHL.com. The National Hockey League. Retrieved 2010-05-24.
- "2010 Stanley Cup Final - Blackhawks vs. Flyers". NHL.com. The National Hockey League. Retrieved 2010-06-09.
2008–09 Chicago Blackhawks season
2010–11 Chicago Blackhawks season