A lot of people consider the 2003 NHL Draft to be the best in the history of the league. Well, the Chicago Blackhawks struck gold when they selected Brent Seabrook with the 14th overall pick in that year’s entry draft. It was a move that helped them build a team that would become a dynasty. Today, he retires as one of the greatest defensemen in the history of the franchise. That is some high praise because there have been some good ones and Seabrook deserves it.
Brent Seabrook is one of the greatest Chicago Blackhawks of all time.
Winning the Stanley Cup three times with the Hawks in 2010, 2013, and 2015, Seabrook’s name is a legend. He was also so good that he was selected to play with Team Canada at the Olympics where he has a Gold Medal. In his career, he tallied 103 goals and 361 assists for 464 points. In the playoffs, he managed to have 20 goals and 39 assists for 59 points. He was certainly productive in the offensive zone.