Patrick Sharp had been a major piece of the Chicago Blackhawks for ten years. Blackhawks GM, Dale Tallon at the time, brought Sharp to
in December, 2005, along with Eric Meloche,
Ellison and a third round pick in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. The Blackhawks made out on top by a country mile in that trade. Chicago
Sharp, over his tenure with
, accumulated some
impressive numbers. In seven of his ten
years, he amassed 20+ goals in a season.
He ranks 8th on the Blackhawks All-Time list for Power Play
Goals (65), Short-handed Goals (16), and Game-Winning Goals (38). The 3-Time Chicago Cup champion was also the All-Star MVP in
In 679 regular season games with the Blackhawks, Sharp accumulated 239 goals, 272 assists, and 511 points. Although his 2015 season was one that found his number decrease, he provided leadership and experience that brought the Stanley Cup back to
for the third time in six years. Chicago
Patrick Sharp will forever be part of Chicago Blackhawks history and a fan favorite (especially for you ladies). Thank you, Patrick, and good luck!
LET’S GO HAWKS!!!
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