Greatest Accomplishments of Stan Mikita’s Blackhawks Career

Chicago Blackhawks legend Stan Mikita passed away this month, and we're reliving some of his greatest accomplishments.

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Former player Stan Mikita of the Chicago Blackhawks is introduced to the crowd during a Heritage Night to honor the 1961 Stanley Cup Championship team before a game against the New York Islanders at the United Center on January 9, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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Mikita remains the Blackhawks’ career leader in games played, assists, points, and plus/minus.
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Mikita went from one of the most penalized players in the league to one of its finest gentlemen, winning the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy on two occasions.
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Mikita won the Hart Memorial Trophy as the league’s MVP on two occasions, and is one of only five Blackhawks to win the award.
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Mikita and teammate Bobby Hull pioneered the use of curved blades on their hockey sticks.
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Stan was named as one of the 100 greatest NHL players of all-time in 2017.
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