In 2006, fortune smiled on the NHL's Chicago Blackhawks. Mired in nearly two decades of mediocrity, the Blackhawks were blessed with two top picks in the 2006 and 2007 NHL entry drafts. With those two picks, the Blackhawks drafted two future All-Stars in Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane. By 2010, Toews and Kane had led Chicago to its first Stanley Cup championship since 1961.
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