1960-61 Chicago Black Hawks Statistics

National Hockey League (NHL)
Team Record: 29-24-17 - 75 points
Finishing 3rd in the NHL
Postseason: 8-4
Won Stanley Cup
Semi-Finals - Defeated Montreal Canadiens 4-2
Stanley Cup Finals - Defeated Detroit Red Wings 4-2
Coach: Rudy Pilous (29-24-17)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
1960-61 Chicago Black Hawks Roster
1960-61 Chicago Black Hawks Results

The Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League ended the 1960-61 season with a record of 29 wins and 24 losses and 17 ties for 75 points, finishing third in the NHL. The team compiled a postseason mark of 8-4.

The Black Hawks netted 198 goals and allowed 180. Bobby Hull scored 31 goals for Chicago, and Bill Hay recorded 48 assists. Glenn Hall earned 29 wins in front of the net for the squad and a team-best 2.57 goals against average, pacing regularly-used goaltenders.

Rudy Pilous coached the team. The 1960-61 Chicago Black Hawks won the Stanley Cup.

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Scoring:

Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG PPA SHG SHA GWG GTG SOG SG%
Bill HayC691148594500000000
Bobby HullL673125564300000000
Stan MikitaC6619345310000000000
Murray BalfourR7021274812300000000
Kenny WharramR641629451200000000
Ron MurphyL702119403000000000
Eric NesterenkoC6819193812500000000
Pierre PiloteD706293516500000000
Tod SloanC671123344800000000
Ab McDonaldL611716332200000000
Ed LitzenbergerR621022321400000000
Moose VaskoD63418224000000000
Dollard St. LaurentD67217195800000000
Reggie FlemingL6644814500000000
Jack EvansD690885800000000
Earl BalfourL68336400000000
Al ArbourD533254000000000
Glenn HallG70011000000000
Wayne HicksR1000000000000
Totals1191198344542107200000000


Goaltenders:

Player GP Min W L T/OL ENG SHO GA GAA Shts SVS SV%
Glenn Hall704200292417061802.570
Totals704200292417061802.570

Postseason - Scoring:

Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG PPA SHG SHA GWG GTG SOG SG%
Bill HayC12257200000010
Bobby HullL124101440000010
Stan MikitaC126511210000010
Murray BalfourR115510140000010
Kenny WharramR12358120000000
Ron MurphyL1221300000010
Eric NesterenkoC1123560000000
Pierre PiloteD123121580000000
Tod SloanC1211280000000
Ab McDonaldL822400000010
Ed LitzenbergerR1013420000010
Moose VaskoD12112230000010
Dollard St. LaurentD11123120000000
Reggie FlemingL12101120000000
Jack EvansD12112140000000
Earl BalfourL1200020000000
Al ArbourD700020000000
Glenn HallG1200000000000
Wayne HicksR100020000000
Wayne HillmanD100000000000
Chico MakiR100000000000
Totals2053556911620000080

Postseason - Goaltenders:

Player GP Min W L T ENG SHO GA GAA Shts SVS SV%
Glenn Hall1277284002272.100
Totals1277284002272.100


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