Denis Savard sparked Blackhawks revival in 1980s

An undersized center with dazzling moves sparked the Blackhawks revival in 1980s. Denis Savard scored better than a point-per-game for his career. Watch this video created by the National Hockey League that showcases Savard’s incredible career.

Mic’d Up: Savard at All-Star Celebrity Shootout

Go behind the scenes with Denis Savard at the All-Star Celebrity Shootout during the 2017 NHL All-Star Weekend.

One More Shift: Denis Savard

Denis Savard suited up and took the ice with the Blackhawks for the national anthem prior to Sunday’s tilt with the Montreal Canadiens. Take a look at the video below:

Sights From The 7th Annual Celebrity Golf Classic

Current and former Chicago Blackhawk & NHL superstars were out in full force to support The Denis Savard Foundation’s 7th Annual Celebrity Golf Classic. The Golf Classic took place July 18th at the Edgewood Valley Country Club in La Grange, IL.

Blackhawks Head Coach Joel Quenneville was the 2016 Honoree of the classic. Lucky attendees scored a signed vintage Hartford Whalers Coach Q jersey. Below are a few sights and sounds of the event. Thank you to all who made the Celebrity Golf Classic a success!

The event benefited the charities listed below:

The Celebrities of the 7th Annual Celebrity Golf Classic:

A Historic Look Back

Denis Savard is one of the most celebrated hockey players to lace up the skates. In 1980 he was drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks 3rd overall and tallied 75 points in his rookie season. He quickly rose to the top of the NHL as a superstar with the Blackhawks. After 10 seasons in Chicago he was traded to his hometown Montreal Canadiens where he won a Stanley Cup in 1993.

Known for the “Spin-o-rama,” Denis became one of the most popular and electrifying players to watch in the National Hockey League. At the end of his storied career, Savard played in 1,196 NHL games and amassed 473 goals and 865 assists, totaling 1338 points. Denis was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 13, 2000.

In the video below, Denis talks about his storied career and what is most important to him.