Chicago Blackhawks - Players - Franchise Scoring Leaders

Franchise Scoring Leaders

These are the top-ten-point-scorers in franchise history. Figures are updated after each completed NHL regular season.

Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; P/G = Points per game; * = current Blackhawks player

Points Goals Assists
Player Pos GP G A Pts P/G
Stan Mikita C 1394 541 926 1467 1.05
Bobby Hull LW 1036 604 549 1153 1.11
Denis Savard C 881 377 719 1096 1.24
Steve Larmer RW 891 406 517 923 1.04
Doug Wilson D 938 225 554 779 .83
Dennis Hull LW 904 298 342 640 .71
Pit Martin C 740 243 384 627 .85
Jeremy Roenick C 524 267 329 596 1.14
Tony Amonte RW 627 268 273 541 .86
Bill Mosienko RW 711 258 282 540 .76
Player Pos G
Bobby Hull LW 604
Stan Mikita C 541
Steve Larmer RW 406
Denis Savard C 377
Dennis Hull LW 298
Tony Amonte RW 268
Jeremy Roenick C 267
Bill Mosienko RW 258
Ken Wharram RW 252
Pit Martin C 243
Player Pos A
Stan Mikita C 926
Denis Savard C 719
Doug Wilson D 554
Bobby Hull LW 549
Steve Larmer RW 517
Pierre Pilote D 400
Chris Chelios D 395
Pit Martin C 384
Bob Murray D 382
Dennis Hull LW 342

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