44. Doug Mohns
One of the most versatile players in hockey history, Doug Mohns played both Left Wing and Defense when needed and as such earned a reputation as a solid two-way player.  Mohns arrived to Chicago via trade from the Boston Bruins where he had already been a multi-time All Star and he would play more of an offensive role with the Blackhawks.  On a line with Stan Mikita, Mohns would have a 60 Point season (1966-67), which was good enough for tenth that season.  He would score 279 Points with Chicago.

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  • Position: Defence, Left Wing
  • Acquired: Traded from the Boston Bruins for Reggie Fleming and Ab McDonald 6/8/64.
  • Departed: Traded to the Minnesota North Stars with Terry Caffrey for Danny O’Shea 2/22/71.
  • Games Played: 415
  • Notable Statistics: 116 Goals
    163 Assists
    279 Points
    372 PIM
    .67 PPG
    +100 Plus/Minus
    38.9 Point Shares
    21 Points in 43 Playoff Games
  • Major Accolades and Awards: All Star (1965)
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