1966-67 Chicago Black Hawks Game-by-Game Results

National Hockey League (NHL)
Team Record: 41-17-12 - 94 points
Finishing 1st in the NHL
Postseason: 2-4
Lost NHL semi-finals
Semi-Finals - Lost to Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2
Coach: Billy Reay (41-17-12)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
1966-67 Chicago Black Hawks Statistics
1966-67 Chicago Black Hawks Roster

The Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League ended the 1966-67 season with a record of 41 wins and 17 losses and 12 ties for 94 points, finishing first in the NHL. The team compiled a postseason mark of 2-4.

The Black Hawks led the league with 264 goals. Chicago allowed 170 goals, least in the league. Bobby Hull scored 52 goals for the squad, while Stan Mikita and Kenny Wharram netted 30 or more as well. Stan Mikita contributed 62 assists. Denis DeJordy topped the team with 22 wins, plus Glenn Hall added 15 or more wins, too. Glenn Hall recorded a 2.38 goals against average, pacing goalies with significant playing time.

Billy Reay coached the team. The 1966-67 Chicago Black Hawks lost in the NHL semi-finals.

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Regular Season Goals For: 264
Regular Season Goals Against: 170

Date Game Res Home Road Record
October 19, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 6 at New York Rangers 3 W 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0
October 22, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 7 at Detroit Red Wings 4 W 0-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0
October 23, 1966 Detroit Red Wings 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 4 W 1-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0
October 26, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at Montreal Canadiens 3 W 1-0-0 3-0-0 4-0-0
November 1, 1966 Boston Bruins 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 L 1-1-0 3-0-0 4-1-0
November 6, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Boston Bruins 2 W 1-1-0 4-0-0 5-1-0
November 8, 1966 New York Rangers 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 3 W 2-1-0 4-0-0 6-1-0
November 10, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at Detroit Red Wings 3 L 2-1-0 4-1-0 6-2-0
November 13, 1966 Toronto Maple Leafs 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 6 W 3-1-0 4-1-0 7-2-0
November 16, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 2 at New York Rangers 2 T 3-1-0 4-1-1 7-2-1 OT
November 19, 1966 Detroit Red Wings 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 7 W 4-1-0 4-1-1 8-2-1
November 20, 1966 Toronto Maple Leafs 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 T 4-1-1 4-1-1 8-2-2 OT
November 23, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at Toronto Maple Leafs 6 L 4-1-1 4-2-1 8-3-2
November 24, 1966 Montreal Canadiens 0 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 5-1-1 4-2-1 9-3-2
November 26, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at New York Rangers 4 L 5-1-1 4-3-1 9-4-2
November 27, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at Boston Bruins 4 W 5-1-1 5-3-1 10-4-2
November 30, 1966 New York Rangers 5 at Chicago Black Hawks 0 L 5-2-1 5-3-1 10-5-2
December 3, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Montreal Canadiens 3 L 5-2-1 5-4-1 10-6-2
December 4, 1966 Detroit Red Wings 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 4 W 6-2-1 5-4-1 11-6-2
December 8, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 10 at Boston Bruins 2 W 6-2-1 6-4-1 12-6-2
December 10, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at Toronto Maple Leafs 5 L 6-2-1 6-5-1 12-7-2
December 11, 1966 Boston Bruins 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 T 6-2-2 6-5-1 12-7-3 OT
December 14, 1966 Montreal Canadiens 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 W 7-2-2 6-5-1 13-7-3
December 17, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Montreal Canadiens 4 T 7-2-2 6-5-2 13-7-4 OT
December 18, 1966 Toronto Maple Leafs 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 3 W 8-2-2 6-5-2 14-7-4
December 21, 1966 Detroit Red Wings 4 at Chicago Black Hawks 6 W 9-2-2 6-5-2 15-7-4
December 25, 1966 New York Rangers 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 0 L 9-3-2 6-5-2 15-8-4
December 27, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at New York Rangers 2 W 9-3-2 7-5-2 16-8-4
December 31, 1966 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at Toronto Maple Leafs 1 W 9-3-2 8-5-2 17-8-4
January 1, 1967 Boston Bruins 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 3 W 10-3-2 8-5-2 18-8-4
January 4, 1967 Montreal Canadiens 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 T 10-3-3 8-5-2 18-8-5 OT
January 5, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Detroit Red Wings 6 L 10-3-3 8-6-2 18-9-5
January 8, 1967 Boston Bruins 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 10-4-3 8-6-2 18-10-5
January 11, 1967 Detroit Red Wings 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 6 W 11-4-3 8-6-2 19-10-5
January 12, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Detroit Red Wings 4 L 11-4-3 8-7-2 19-11-5
January 14, 1967 New York Rangers 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 12-4-3 8-7-2 20-11-5
January 15, 1967 Toronto Maple Leafs 0 at Chicago Black Hawks 4 W 13-4-3 8-7-2 21-11-5
January 19, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Boston Bruins 2 W 13-4-3 9-7-2 22-11-5
January 21, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at Montreal Canadiens 3 T 13-4-3 9-7-3 22-11-6 OT
January 22, 1967 Montreal Canadiens 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 4 W 14-4-3 9-7-3 23-11-6
January 26, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Detroit Red Wings 3 W 14-4-3 10-7-3 24-11-6
January 28, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at Toronto Maple Leafs 2 W 14-4-3 11-7-3 25-11-6
January 29, 1967 Toronto Maple Leafs 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 15-4-3 11-7-3 26-11-6
February 1, 1967 Boston Bruins 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 6 W 16-4-3 11-7-3 27-11-6
February 4, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at Montreal Canadiens 3 T 16-4-3 11-7-4 27-11-7 OT
February 5, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at Boston Bruins 0 W 16-4-3 12-7-4 28-11-7
February 8, 1967 Montreal Canadiens 0 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 17-4-3 12-7-4 29-11-7
February 11, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Toronto Maple Leafs 4 T 17-4-3 12-7-5 29-11-8 OT
February 12, 1967 Detroit Red Wings 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 3 W 18-4-3 12-7-5 30-11-8
February 16, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at Detroit Red Wings 1 W 18-4-3 13-7-5 31-11-8
February 18, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at New York Rangers 4 L 18-4-3 13-8-5 31-12-8
February 19, 1967 New York Rangers 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 L 18-5-3 13-8-5 31-13-8
February 25, 1967 Boston Bruins 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 6 W 19-5-3 13-8-5 32-13-8
February 26, 1967 Montreal Canadiens 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 T 19-5-4 13-8-5 32-13-9 OT
March 1, 1967 New York Rangers 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 6 W 20-5-4 13-8-5 33-13-9
March 2, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at Boston Bruins 2 W 20-5-4 14-8-5 34-13-9
March 4, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 0 at Toronto Maple Leafs 3 L 20-5-4 14-9-5 34-14-9
March 5, 1967 Toronto Maple Leafs 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 21-5-4 14-9-5 35-14-9
March 8, 1967 Boston Bruins 1 at Chicago Black Hawks 3 W 22-5-4 14-9-5 36-14-9
March 11, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at Montreal Canadiens 3 T 22-5-4 14-9-6 36-14-10 OT
March 12, 1967 Toronto Maple Leafs 0 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 23-5-4 14-9-6 37-14-10
March 15, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at New York Rangers 1 W 23-5-4 15-9-6 38-14-10
March 18, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 5 at Toronto Maple Leafs 9 L 23-5-4 15-10-6 38-15-10
March 19, 1967 Montreal Canadiens 4 at Chicago Black Hawks 4 T 23-5-5 15-10-6 38-15-11 OT
March 22, 1967 New York Rangers 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 3 T 23-5-6 15-10-6 38-15-12 OT
March 26, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 2 at Detroit Red Wings 4 L 23-5-6 15-11-6 38-16-12
March 28, 1967 Detroit Red Wings 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 7 W 24-5-6 15-11-6 39-16-12
March 30, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 3 at Boston Bruins 1 W 24-5-6 16-11-6 40-16-12
April 1, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Montreal Canadiens 5 L 24-5-6 16-12-6 40-17-12
April 2, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 8 at New York Rangers 0 W 24-5-6 17-12-6 41-17-12
April 6, 1967 Toronto Maple Leafs 2 at Chicago Black Hawks 5 W 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0
April 9, 1967 Toronto Maple Leafs 3 at Chicago Black Hawks 1 L 1-1-0 0-0-0 1-1-0
April 11, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Toronto Maple Leafs 3 L 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-2-0
April 13, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 4 at Toronto Maple Leafs 3 W 1-1-0 1-1-0 2-2-0
April 15, 1967 Toronto Maple Leafs 4 at Chicago Black Hawks 2 L 1-2-0 1-1-0 2-3-0
April 18, 1967 Chicago Black Hawks 1 at Toronto Maple Leafs 3 L 1-2-0 1-2-0 2-4-0


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