Tribune photo by Jim Prisching
October 27, 2013
Steve Larmer is one of hockey's iron men with the third-longest durability streak in NHL history. In 11 seasons with the Blackhawks (1982 to 1993), he did not miss a single contest, playing in 884 regular-season games. He is the third-highest goal scorer in Blackhawks history with 406, trailing Hall of Famers Stan Mikita and Bobby Hull. Nine of his 11 seasons, he scored 30 or more goals. He finished his career with the New York Rangers, where he won a Stanley Cup in 1994.