Chicago's best hockey players with the points, scars and hardware to prove it.
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The Bentley brothers
Brothers Max and Doug Bentley were on the "Pony Line" with Bill Mosienko, all three having scored 200-plus career goals and earning enshrinement into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Max was nicknamed the "Dipsy Doodle Dandy" for his dazzling skating. He won the Hart Memorial Trophy as the league's MVP in 1946 and won two consecutive Art Ross Trophies as the league's leading scorer. He finished his career with 245 goals and 299 assists. Doug was a Blackhawk from 1939-52 and like his brother, was an Art Ross Trophy winner (1943). A four-time All-Star, Doug finished his career with 219 goals and 324 assists.