They set records in the first half of the season, going 24 games before they finally lost in regulation.
However, regular-season accomplishments mean little in the overall scheme of things and if the Blackhawks don't win the Stanley Cup—or at least get to the finals—the season will be looked at as a disappointment.
General manager Stan Bowman's job is to help the Blackhawks get better so they will be even tougher to beat in the postseason.
The team is strong and sharp, so the Blackhawks don't have to make a lot of moves. However, there are a couple of moves that Bowman may be considering to fine tune his team and put it in a position to win its second Stanley Cup in four years.