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1926 also saw the Chicago Blackhawks and Detroit Cougars (who later became the Detroit Red Wings) join the NHL.
During the 1947/48 season, Chicago netminder Emile Francis changed the goaltending position forever when he wore a modified version of a first basemans glove in a game against the Detroit Red Wings. Detroit coach Jack Adams protested the use of the glove but NHL President Clarence Campbell disagreed, evolutionizing the position of goaltender.
The Chicago Blackhawks set a single season record they would rather not own in 1953/54 by only managing to score 133 goals. That set the mark for fewest ever scored in an NHL season.
Chicago Black Hawks came out on fire in 1963/64 setting an nhl record for most consecutive home wins with 11.
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