Found June 30, 2013 on Razzball Hockey:
Chicago started out hot and never looked back en route to the Stanley Cup. Patrick Kane and company started the season 21-0-3 and cruised to a 36-7-5 finish and the President’s Trophy. Let’s put in our tape of Chelsea Dagger in and hum along as we look back at the champs’ season in fantasy hockey. Team Name: Chicago Blackhawks Record: 36-7-5, 1st Central, Won Stanley Cup Player of the Season: Kane led the Hawks with a 23-32–55 line, 17 PP points, +11 rating and only 8 PIMs. He was the best player in the regular season and kept going in the playoffs when he won the Conn Smythe Trophy. Breakout of the Season:  Brandon Saad finished fifth on the team with a solid 10-17–27 line and a +17 rating. The rookie had a great debut season, won a Cup and should produce for years to come in Chicago. Disappointment of the Season: The Hawks finished 19th on the power play and were a dismal 1-of-19 in the finals. Not like they needed any help scoring goals. Team Analysis: They were second in goals f...
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