5 Key Stats from the Chicago Blackhawks' Record-Setting Streak

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5 Key Stats from the Chicago Blackhawks' Record-Setting Streak
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The Hawks celebrate one of their 21 victories in their record-setting start to the season

The Chicago Blackhawks got off to an impressive record-setting start to the lockout-shortened 2013 season by going 24 games without a regulation loss.  Their streak blew away the previous record of 15, set by the 2006-07 Anaheim Ducks

Boasting a .938 win percentage, the Hawks earned 45 of a possible 48 points to put them atop the Western Conference.

The 24-game run was the third-longest points streak in NHL history, behind only the 1979-80 Philadelphia Flyers (35 games) and the 1977-78 Montreal Canadiens (28 games).

The streak all came to an end when the Colorado Avalanche exploded for six goals to defeat Chicago on Friday night in Denver.  With the accomplishment now in the record books, let's look back at some of the key statistics that helped them set the mark:

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