Chicago Blackhawks: 10 Reasons They're Better This Year Than in Their Cup Year

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Chicago Blackhawks: 10 Reasons They're Better This Year Than in Their Cup Year

In 2010, the Blackhawks brought the Stanley Cup to Chicago for the first time in 49 years.

That roster was loaded with All-Stars, and we've seen Dustin Byfuglien move on to become an offensive force and Andrew Ladd become a captain in Atlanta/Winnipeg. Certainly, before salary cap Armageddon hit a couple weeks after a fantastic parade, that team was loaded.

For the near future, every team the Hawks put on the ice will be compared to that roster as a benchmark for success. This year, the Hawks enter November in first place in the Central and as a trendy pick to at least represent the Western Conference in the Finals.

But how do the current Blackhawks compare to the champions from 2010? Let's take a look.

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