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Chicago Blackhawks Great Moments and Classic Games DVD

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The Chicago Blackhawks are an Original Six club with rich history and tradition. Legends of the game Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita and Glenn Hall are synonymous with the Blackhawks logo which is one of the most recognizable in all of professional sports. Through the years, the Blackhawks have raised legends to the rafters and delighted fans with amazing individual efforts by Denis Savard, Jeremy Roenick, Tony Amonte, Patrick Kane, and Jonathan Toews. There have been unforgettable moments in the old Chicago Stadium from their last Stanley Cup championship against the Montreal Canadiens, to the unforgettable national anthem which rocked the 1991 all-star game, to the closing moments of what was called the The Madhouse On Madison - all of which enriched the history of the sport of hockey. Now, for the first time, a selection of Chicago Blackhawks greatest players' finest moments is assembled in this 6-disc collector's edition box set. Disc 1. Jeremy Roenick - Regular Season vs. Winnipeg Jets 2/24/94 Disc 2. Tony Amonte - Game 3 Conference Quarter - Final vs. Toronto Maple Leafs 4/23/94 Disc 3. Denis Savard - Game 4 Conference Final vs. Detroit Red Wings 6/8/95 Disc 4. Jonathan Toews - Game 2 Conference Quarter-Final vs. Calgary Flames 4/18/09 Disc 5. Patrick Kane - Game 6 Conference Semi-Final vs. Vancouver Canucks 5/11/09 Disc 6. Chicago Blackhawks Memorable Moments: - 1961 Stanley Cup championship - Final 14 minutes of the third period in Game 6 Stanley Cup Final at Detroit Red Wings 4/16/61 - Bobby Hull retirement ceremony 12/18/83 - Glenn Hall and Tony Esposito retirement ceremony 11/20/88 - 1991 All-Star game opening 1/19/91 - Final period of last game at Chicago Stadium and closing ceremony 4/14/94 - Denis Savard retirement ceremony 3/19/98 - Pierre Pilote and Keith Magnuson retirement ceremony 11/10/08 - Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita Night 3/7/08