Blackhawks Season Recap: the 90th Regular Season

Last year was the 90th season for Chicago’s NHL team, and—as the following 2015-16 Blackhawks season recap shows—the team has certainly grown. This year the Blackhawks ranked third in both their conference and their division, with a 47-26-9 record and a whopping 235 goals.

According to the official Blackhawks website, the team is aiming to use the long offseason to polish up on some skills in order to come back stronger than ever. “We can use this offseason to an advantage,” said center Jonathan Toews. “To get more ready, physically and mentally.” With many months of rigorous training ahead, Toews is one of many looking to work harder than ever.

The lead scorer for this last season was Patrick Kane with 46 goals and 60 assists. Subsequently, Kane was named a Hart Trophy finalist and a finalist for the Ted Lindsay Award. Other top players include Artemi Panarin and Jonathan Toews.

Here at Bill Walsh, we couldn’t be happier to see the Blackhawks do so well this last year. When you get a new car, consider all the fun you could have tailgating next season. Whether it’s new or used, a sedan or SUV, you can always support the Blackhawks in your new ride.

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