Steve Larmer broke into the NHL with the Chicago Blackhawks during the 1980-81 season, but he really established himself during the 1982-83 season when he got a chance to prove his skills full-time with the 'Hawks. That first full season in the NHL, Larmer racked up 90 points (43 goals and 47 assists), good enough to win him the Calder Memorial Trophy.
Larmer was known for two things during his time as a winger in the NHL. His goal scoring and his consistency. Larmer scored more than 25 goals for eleven consecutive seasons, and also played in 80 regular season games every season during that same consecutive time period.
Over his 13 NHL seasons, Larmer established a 1.01 point-per-game career mark. Highly respectable stat, and also good enough for top-50 all-time in the NHL. Larmer has 1,012 career points (441 of which are goals) in 1,006 NHL regular season games played.
Did you know................Steve Larmer played in 884 consecutive games for the Chicago Blackhawks?
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