1962-63 Chicago Black Hawks Statistics

National Hockey League (NHL)
Team Record: 32-21-17 - 81 points
Finishing 2nd in the NHL
Postseason: 2-4
Lost NHL semi-finals
Semi-Finals - Lost to Detroit Red Wings 4-2
Coach: Rudy Pilous (32-21-17)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
1962-63 Chicago Black Hawks Roster
1962-63 Chicago Black Hawks Results

The Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League ended the 1962-63 season with a record of 32 wins and 21 losses and 17 ties for 81 points, finishing second in the NHL. The team compiled a postseason mark of 2-4.

The Black Hawks paced the circuit with just 178 goals allowed. Chicago scored 194 goals, worst in the league. Stan Mikita and Bobby Hull netted 31 goals for the team each, and Stan Mikita contributed 45 assists. Glenn Hall earned 30 wins in front of the net for the squad and a team-best 2.55 goals against average, pacing regular goalies.

Rudy Pilous coached the team. The 1962-63 Chicago Black Hawks lost in the NHL semi-finals.

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Scoring:

Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG PPA SHG SHA GWG GTG SOG SG%
Stan MikitaC653145766900000000
Bobby HullL653131622700000000
Ab McDonaldL692041611200000000
Bill HayC641233453600000000
Kenny WharramR552018381700000000
Ron MurphyL681816342800000000
Murray BalfourR651023337500000000
Len LundeC60622283000000000
Eric NesterenkoC6712152710300000000
Pierre PiloteD59818265700000000
Chico MakiR65717243500000000
Al MacNeilD702192110000000000
Reggie FlemingL6477149900000000
Moose VaskoD6449137000000000
Wayne HillmanD673587400000000
Jack EvansD680884600000000
Bob TurnerD703362000000000
Denis DeJordyG5000000000000
Aut EricksonD3000800000000
Glenn HallG66000000000000
Totals117919433052490600000000


Goaltenders:

Player GP Min W L T/OL ENG SHO GA GAA Shts SVS SV%
Glenn Hall663910302015051662.550
Denis DeJordy529021200122.480
Totals714200322117051782.540

Postseason - Scoring:

Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG PPA SHG SHA GWG GTG SOG SG%
Stan MikitaC632520000000
Bobby HullL5821040000000
Ab McDonaldL623590000000
Bill HayC632560000020
Kenny WharramR615600000000
Ron MurphyL100000000000
Murray BalfourR6022120000000
Len LundeC400020000000
Eric NesterenkoC623580000000
Pierre PiloteD608880000000
Chico MakiR601120000000
Al MacNeilD401140000000
Reggie FlemingL6000270000000
Moose VaskoD601180000000
Wayne HillmanD602220000000
Jack EvansD600040000000
Bob TurnerD600060000000
Glenn HallG600000000000
Murray HallR400000000000
Ron IngramD200000000000
Totals1041932511040000020

Postseason - Goaltenders:

Player GP Min W L T ENG SHO GA GAA Shts SVS SV%
Glenn Hall636024000254.170
Totals636024000254.170


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