The Chicago Blackhawks should be thankful to have Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane.
Normally on Thanksgiving, there is more football than hockey but the season is well underway by now. We often use this holiday as a point in the season where we determine who has a chance and who doesn’t in the NHL. Well, this year it hasn’t even begun yet thanks to COVID-19’s effect on the 2019-20 season. We do, however, have time to reflect on the past. The Chicago Blackhawks are so fortunate to have had Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane over the past few years and should be thankful for it.
Together, with the help of players like Duncan Keith, Brent Seabrook, and Corey Crawford amongst others, they have won the Stanley Cup three times in a span of six years. It is a recent modern-day dynasty and it was almost all built around numbers 19 and 88. Each of them has been so good that they are probably going to go into the Hall of Fame on their first try and have their numbers retired at the United Center. There is even a chance that they have statues at the rink one day.