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32. Patrick Sharp

Patrick Sharp played the bulk of his career with the Chicago Blackhawks where he was a major part of their success in winning three Stanley Cups (2010, 2013 & 2015).  Sharp was a solid goal scorer for Chicago finishing 8th (2011) and 9th (2014) and he was regarded as a decent two way player who would earn votes for the Selke Award.  The Left Winger was excellent on the penalty kill and would lead the NHL in Short-Handed Goals in the 2007-08 season. 

Patrick Sharp

One of the members of the Chicago Blackhawks three Stanley Cup wins of the 2010’s (2010, 2013 & 2015) Patrick Sharp was one of the better defensive forwards of his era.  Sharp spent the majority of his professional career with Chicago and he was often a fringe contender for the Frank J. Selke Award and in the 2007-08 he finished first in the National Hockey League in Short-Handed Goals.  Sharp would also finish in the top ten in Goals twice and internationally he was a member of Team Canada’s 2014 Olympic win. 

Patrick Sharp

A good NHL scorer, Patrick Sharp has had four 60 Point and four 30 Goal seasons.  Sharp’s best time in the league was easily his nine and half years with Chicago where he helped the team win three Stanley Cups, the second of which (2013) saw him lead all playoff skaters in Goals.
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