Chicago Sports: 10 athletes who looked odd in different uniforms

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Ed Belfour, Chicago Blackhawks
Ed Belfour, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Phillip MacCallum/Getty Images) /

5. Ed Belfour

So far, Ed Belfour is the only player on this list to leave a Chicago sports team and win a championship. Belfour played in 963 games in 21 seasons, going 484-320-125 as a starter. Belfour had 76 career shutouts and finished his career-saving 90.6% of the shots against him.

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He played a third of his career with the Blackhawks. He went 201-138-58 with the team but never found the playoff success he’d find in Dallas. Belfour was apart of the Blackhawks team that was swept by the Penguins in 1992.

In his career, Belfour won many awards. He was a four-time Jennings Trophy winner, a three-time All-Star, he won two Vezina Trophies, he was the 1990-91 Rookie of the Year and won the Stanley Cup with Dallas in 1990-00.

In 2011, he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Belfour has made a few appearances with the Blackhawks since his retirement, including taking “One More Shift” with the Blackhawks in 2018.

Unfortunately, Belfour has found himself in trouble with the law after his NHL career. Hopefully, he can straighten everything out and keep moving positively with his life.