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THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (2010, 2013, 2015)

01. Niklas Hjalmarsson (#4 Defence)
02. Marian Hossa (#81 Right Wing)
03. Patrick Kane (#88 Right Wing)
04. Duncan Keith (#2 Defense)
05. Brent Seabrook (#7 Defense)
06. Patrick Sharp (#10 Left Wing)
07. Jonathan Toews (#19 Center)

A Democrat was President during all six of the Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Stanley Cup championships.

The Presidents of the United States of America During the Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championships


01. 1934 - President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat)
02. 1938 - President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat)
03. 1961 - President John F. Kennedy Jr. (Democrat)
04. 2010 - President Barack Obama (Democrat)
05. 2013 - President Barack Obama (Democrat)
06. 2015 - President Barack Obama (Democrat)

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championships Head Coaches

01. 1934 - Tommy Gorman
02. 1938 - Bill Stewart
03. 1961 - Rudy Pilous
04. 2010 - Joel Quenneville
05. 2013 - Joel Quenneville
06. 2015 - Joel Quenneville

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Opponents in the Stanley Cup Finals When Winning the Stanley Cup

01. 1934 - The Detroit Red Wings
02. 1938 - The Toronto Maple Leafs
03. 1961 - The Detroit Red Wings
04. 2010 - The Philadelphia Flyers
05. 2013 - The Boston Bruins
06. 2015 - The Tampa Bay Lightning

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Location When Winning the Stanley Cup

01. 1934 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Chicago
02. 1938 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Chicago
03. 1961 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Detroit
04. 2010 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Philadelphia
05. 2013 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Boston
06. 2015 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Chicago

SCOTTY BOWMAN STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS

01. Montreal Canadiens; 1973; Head Coach
02. Montreal Canadiens; 1976; Head Coach
03. Montreal Canadiens; 1977; Head Coach
04. Montreal Canadiens; 1978; Head Coach
05. Montreal Canadiens; 1979; Head Coach
06. Pittsburgh Penguins; 1991; Director of Player Development
07. Pittsburgh Penguins; 1992; Head Coach
08. Detroit Red Wings; 1997; Head Coach
09. Detroit Red Wings; 1998; Head Coach
10. Detroit Red Wings; 2002; Head Coach
11. Detroit Red Wings; 2008; Consultant
12. Chicago Blackhawks; 2010; Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations
13. Chicago Blackhawks; 2013; Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations
14. Chicago Blackhawks; 2015; Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations

The Presidents of the United States of America When the Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Lost in the Stanley Cup Finals

01. 1931 – President Herbert Hoover (Republican)
02. 1944 – President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat)
03. 1962 – President John F. Kennedy (Democrat)
04. 1965 – President Lyndon B. Johnson (Democrat)
05. 1971 – President Richard Nixon (Republican)
06. 1973 – President Richard Nixon (Republican)
07. 1992 – President George Bush (Republican)

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Head Coaches When Losing In The Stanley Cup Finals

01. 1931 – Dick Irvin
02. 1944 – Paul Thompson
03. 1962 – Rudy Pilous
04. 1965 – Billy Reay
05. 1971 – Billy Reay
06. 1973 – Billy Reay
07. 1992 – Mike Keenan

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Opponents When Losing In The Stanley Cup Finals

01. 1931 – The Montreal Canadiens
02. 1944 – The Montreal Canadiens
03. 1962 – The Toronto Maple Leafs
04. 1965 – The Montreal Canadiens
05. 1971 – The Montreal Canadiens
06. 1973 – The Montreal Canadiens
07. 1992 – The Pittsburgh Penguins

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Location When Losing the Stanley Cup

01. 1931 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Montreal
02. 1944 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Montreal
03. 1962 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Chicago
04. 1965 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Montreal
05. 1971 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Chicago
06. 1973 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Chicago
07. 1992 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Chicago

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Finals
13 Appearances (6 Wins / 7 Losses)


01. 1931 - Lost
02. 1934 - Won
03. 1938 - Won
04. 1944 - Lost
05. 1961 - Won
06. 1962 - Lost
07. 1965 - Lost
08. 1971 - Lost
09. 1973 - Lost
10. 1992 - Lost
11. 2010 - Won
12. 2013 - Won
13. 2015 - Won

 

THE 6 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR THE CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS / CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS

3 STANLEY CUPS AS THE CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS / 3 STANLEY CUPS AS THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS

 

01. 1934 – Chicago Black Hawks
02. 1938 – Chicago Black Hawks
03. 1961 – Chicago Black Hawks
04. 2010 – Chicago Blackhawks
05. 2013 – Chicago Blackhawks
06. 2015 – Chicago Blackhawks

 

First, a Chicago politician named Barack Obama is elected the first black President of the United States of America in 2008. Then, in 2010, the National Hockey League's Chicago Blackhawks win their fourth Stanley Cup in franchise history, but their first Stanley Cup since 1961, the year of Barack Obama's birth. Dustin Byfuglien becomes the first African-American hockey player in NHL history to win the Stanley Cup (Note: Black goaltenders Grant Fuhr and Eldon Reddick won the Stanley Cup with the Edmonton Oilers, but they were Canadians). Then in 2013 the Chicago Blackhawks win their fifth Stanley Cup in franchise history and their second during the Barack Obama presidency. Three more black hockey players win the Stanley Cup: Ray Emery, Jamal Mayers, and Johnny Oduya. Obama and Oduya both have five letters and they both begin with the letter O and end with the letter a. Obama and Oduya both have Kenyan ancestry. Then in 2015 the Chicago Blackhawks win their sixth Stanley Cup in franchise history and their third during the Barack Obama presidency. Johnny Oduya becomes the second black hockey player in NHL history behind Grant Fuhr to win more than one Stanley Cup championship. Then, what do you know, Chicago, the band, is finally inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016, during the Barack Obama presidency. Also, "Chicago" had seven letters and seven members until a game of rumored Russian Roulette by guitarist Terry Kath. Then there were six, just like the six letters in "Barack", who is an "ally" of Russia. Keeping one's nuclear rivals close can be seen as a six-lettered gamble itself, and gambling was born of the Chicago mob scene. Seven Blackhawks on the ice would have been too many. Hillary Clinton was born in Chicago in 1947, the same year that Chicago's trombone player James Pankow was born. Hillary Clinton is married to Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States of America. Bill Clinton's favorite band is Chicago, and Bill Clinton is a saxophone player like Chicago's Walter Parazaider. Bernie Sanders graduated from the University of Chicago in 1964. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders both ran for president of the United States of America in 2016. The Chicago Cubs won Major League Baseball's World Series in 2016, during the Barack Obama presidency. It was their third championship in franchise history, but their first since 1908. Then in 2017, Robert Lamm, James Pankow and Peter Cetera, three members of the band Chicago are inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame after the Barack Obama presidency.

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THE CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (1934, 1938)

 

01. Elwyn Doc Romnes

02. Harold Mush March

03. Paul Thompson

04. Johnny Gottselig

05. Roger Jenkins

06. Louis Trudel

 

THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (2010, 2013, 2015)

01. Niklas Hjalmarsson
02. Marian Hossa
03. Patrick Kane
04. Duncan Keith
05. Brent Seabrook
06. Patrick Sharp
07. Jonathan Toews

 

THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (2010, 2013)

01. Niklas Hjalmarsson
02. Marian Hossa
03. Patrick Kane
04. Duncan Keith
05. Brent Seabrook
06. Patrick Sharp
07. Jonathan Toews

08. Dave Bolland

 

THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (2013, 2015)

01. Niklas Hjalmarsson
02. Marian Hossa
03. Patrick Kane
04. Duncan Keith
05. Brent Seabrook
06. Patrick Sharp
07. Jonathan Toews

08. Bryan Bickell

09. Corey Crawford

10. Marcus Kruger

11. Johnny Oduya

12. Brandon Saad

13. Andrew Shaw

 

THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (2010, 2015)

01. Niklas Hjalmarsson
02. Marian Hossa
03. Patrick Kane
04. Duncan Keith
05. Brent Seabrook
06. Patrick Sharp
07. Jonathan Toews

08. Kris Versteeg

 

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The Chicago Black Hawks / Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup History

THE CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (1934, 1938)


01. Elwyn Doc Romnes
02. Harold Mush March
03. Paul Thompson
04. Johnny Gottselig
05. Roger Jenkins
06. Louis Trudel

THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (2010, 2013, 2015)

01. Patrick Kane
02. Jonathan Toews
03. Marian Hossa
04. Duncan Keith
05. Patrick Sharp
06. Brent Seabrook
07. Niklas Hjalmarsson

THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (2010, 2013)

01. Niklas Hjalmarsson
02. Marian Hossa
03. Patrick Kane
04. Duncan Keith
05. Brent Seabrook
06. Patrick Sharp
07. Jonathan Toews
08. Dave Bolland

THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (2013, 2015)

01. Niklas Hjalmarsson
02. Marian Hossa
03. Patrick Kane
04. Duncan Keith
05. Brent Seabrook
06. Patrick Sharp
07. Jonathan Toews
08. Bryan Bickell
09. Corey Crawford
10. Marcus Kruger
11. Johnny Oduya
12. Brandon Saad
13. Andrew Shaw

THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS (2010, 2015)

01. Niklas Hjalmarsson
02. Marian Hossa
03. Patrick Kane
04. Duncan Keith
05. Brent Seabrook
06. Patrick Sharp
07. Jonathan Toews
08. Kris Versteeg

A Democrat was President during all six of the Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Stanley Cup championships.

The Presidents of the United States of America During the Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championships


01. 1934 - President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat)
02. 1938 - President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat)
03. 1961 - President John F. Kennedy Jr. (Democrat)
04. 2010 - President Barack Obama (Democrat)
05. 2013 - President Barack Obama (Democrat)
06. 2015 - President Barack Obama (Democrat)

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championships Head Coaches

01. 1934 - Tommy Gorman
02. 1938 - Bill Stewart
03. 1961 - Rudy Pilous
04. 2010 - Joel Quenneville
05. 2013 - Joel Quenneville
06. 2015 - Joel Quenneville

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Opponents in the Stanley Cup Finals When Winning the Stanley Cup

01. 1934 - The Detroit Red Wings
02. 1938 - The Toronto Maple Leafs
03. 1961 - The Detroit Red Wings
04. 2010 - The Philadelphia Flyers
05. 2013 - The Boston Bruins
06. 2015 - The Tampa Bay Lightning

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Location When Winning the Stanley Cup

01. 1934 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Chicago
02. 1938 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Chicago
03. 1961 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Detroit
04. 2010 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Philadelphia
05. 2013 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Boston
06. 2015 – Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in Chicago

SCOTTY BOWMAN STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS

01. Montreal Canadiens; 1973; Head Coach
02. Montreal Canadiens; 1976; Head Coach
03. Montreal Canadiens; 1977; Head Coach
04. Montreal Canadiens; 1978; Head Coach
05. Montreal Canadiens; 1979; Head Coach
06. Pittsburgh Penguins; 1991; Director of Player Development
07. Pittsburgh Penguins; 1992; Head Coach
08. Detroit Red Wings; 1997; Head Coach
09. Detroit Red Wings; 1998; Head Coach
10. Detroit Red Wings; 2002; Head Coach
11. Detroit Red Wings; 2008; Consultant
12. Chicago Blackhawks; 2010; Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations
13. Chicago Blackhawks; 2013; Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations
14. Chicago Blackhawks; 2015; Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations

The Presidents of the United States of America When the Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Lost in the Stanley Cup Finals

01. 1931 – President Herbert Hoover (Republican)
02. 1944 – President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat)
03. 1962 – President John F. Kennedy (Democrat)
04. 1965 – President Lyndon B. Johnson (Democrat)
05. 1971 – President Richard Nixon (Republican)
06. 1973 – President Richard Nixon (Republican)
07. 1992 – President George Bush (Republican)

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Head Coaches When Losing In The Stanley Cup Finals

01. 1931 – Dick Irvin
02. 1944 – Paul Thompson
03. 1962 – Rudy Pilous
04. 1965 – Billy Reay
05. 1971 – Billy Reay
06. 1973 – Billy Reay
07. 1992 – Mike Keenan

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Opponents When Losing In The Stanley Cup Finals

01. 1931 – The Montreal Canadiens
02. 1944 – The Montreal Canadiens
03. 1962 – The Toronto Maple Leafs
04. 1965 – The Montreal Canadiens
05. 1971 – The Montreal Canadiens
06. 1973 – The Montreal Canadiens
07. 1992 – The Pittsburgh Penguins

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks Location When Losing the Stanley Cup

01. 1931 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Montreal
02. 1944 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Montreal
03. 1962 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Chicago
04. 1965 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Montreal
05. 1971 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Chicago
06. 1973 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Chicago
07. 1992 – Chicago loses the Stanley Cup in Chicago

The Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Finals
13 Appearances (6 Wins / 7 Losses)


01. 1931 - Lost
02. 1934 - Won
03. 1938 - Won
04. 1944 - Lost
05. 1961 - Won
06. 1962 - Lost
07. 1965 - Lost
08. 1971 - Lost
09. 1973 - Lost
10. 1992 - Lost
11. 2010 - Won
12. 2013 - Won
13. 2015 - Won

THE 6 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR THE CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS / CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
3 STANLEY CUPS AS THE CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS / 3 STANLEY CUPS AS THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS


01. 1934 – Chicago Black Hawks
02. 1938 – Chicago Black Hawks
03. 1961 – Chicago Black Hawks
04. 2010 – Chicago Blackhawks
05. 2013 – Chicago Blackhawks
06. 2015 – Chicago Blackhawks

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