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.