By the numbers: Blackhawks add to postseason history

By the numbers: Blackhawks add to postseason history
May 14, 2014, 12:00 pm
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Chris Kamka

The Blackhawks are moving on to the Western Conference Finals after Patrick Kane's thrilling overtime game-winner against the Minnesota Wild in Game 6 on Tuesday night.

As the defending Stanley Cup champions wait to find out if their next opponent will be either the Anaheim Ducks or Los Angeles Kings, check out some of the key numbers after the Blackhawks' sixth straight Stanley Cup Playoffs series victory.

Patrick Kane: Fourth playoff overtime game-winning goal. Setting a franchise record after breaking a tie with Jeremy Roenick.

[MORE: What we learned from the Blackhawks-Wild series]

Corey Crawford in playoff games where opponent faces elimination:

W-L: 6-1
GAA: 1.40
SV%: .950

Blackhawks: 12-2 record under Joel Quenneville when opponent faces elimination. 

Kane: 11 goals, six assists in these games.

[ALSO: Patrick Kane reacts to another OT game-winner]

Blackhawks' career playoff goal leaders:

62 - Bobby Hull
61 - Denis Savard
59 - Stan Mikita
45 - Steve Larmer
35 - Kane
35 - Roenick

Wild: Last four playoff home losses were against Quenneville-coached teams. Game 6 this year and Game 4 from 2013. Games 1 and 5 in 2008 when Quenneville was coaching the Colorado Avalanche.

Blackhawks' career playoff win list:

45 - Tony Esposito
35 - Ed Belfour
31 - Glenn Hall
29 - Corey Crawford

Blackhawks had three regular season shutouts: St. Louis Blues, and both of their possible Western Conference Finals opponents (Kings & Ducks).

Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp, Marian Hossa and Kane: 108 combined career Stanley Cup Playoffs goals with Blackhawks.

Minnesota Wild franchise history: 106 playoff goals.