1979: Goalie Tony Esposito #35 of the Chicago Blackhawks defends the net during an NHL game circa 1979. (Photo by B Bennett/Getty Images)

10) Ed Belfour

Belfour earned 201 victories in seven-and-a-half years with the team, ultimately winning two Vezina and three Jennings Trophies in a Blackhawks uniform.

9) Glen Hall

Hall won 276 of his career victories with the Blackhawks and a pair of Vezina Trophies (with seven top-10 Hart Trophies showings) while backstopping the team to the Stanley Cup in 1960-1961.

8) Pierre Pilote

Pilote was a huge piece of the 1960-61 Stanley Cup Champions. Pilote was consistent from the blueline with three consecutive Norris Trophies (and eight straight top-five showings) in his prime for Chicago.

7) Chris Chelios

Chelios played more career games than any other defenseman, he spent nearly a decade with Chicago in the 1990s and won a pair of Norris Trophies (top-10 seven straight years) while racking up the most penalty minutes in franchise history.

6) Denis Savard

Savard produced five 100+ point seasons and racking up over 1,000 career points with the team. Savard was a consistent performer during the decade of the 80s for Chicago.

5) Tony Esposito

Esposito set a modern-day NHL record for most shutouts in a season and went on to win three Vezina Trophies while winning a franchise-record 418 career games with Chicago.

4) Jonathon Toews

Toews has captained the Blackhawks to three Stanley Cup championships while individually earning both a Conn Smythe and a Selke Trophy.

3) Stan Mikita

Mikita spent his entire 22-year career with the Blackhawks, accumulating 1,467 career points (most in team history) while winning four Ross Trophies, two Hart Trophies, and one Stanley Cup with the team.

2) Patrick Kane

Kane was the first US-born player to win the Hart and Ross Trophies and has won three Stanley Cups with the Blackhawks while amassing over 1,000 career points.

1) Bobby Hull

Hull, led the NHL in goals 7x and scoring 50+ goals in a season 5x, including a career-high 58 in 1968-1969; he won three Ross and two Hart Trophies with the Blackhawks and won his only Stanley Cup with the team in 1960-1961.