Photos: Blackhawks legends
Chicago's best hockey players with the points, scars and hardware to prove it.
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Originally drafted by the Rangers, Tony Amonte was at his best during his eight-plus seasons with the Blackhawks from 1994-2002. The speedy winger was a five-time NHL All-Star with the Hawks and topped the 40-goal mark three times before leaving for the Coyotes as a free agent following the '01-02 season. The Hingham, Mass., native, was also remarkably durable, playing in all 82 regular-season games during his final five campaigns in Chicago. Amonte's sister, Kelly Amonte Hiller, is the head coach of the women's lacrosse team at Northwestern University.