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1980-81 TO 1996-97
Always prone to pot a highlight-reel goal, he was one of the top scorers of the 1980s—only Wayne Gretzky, Peter Stastny and Jari Kurri had more points during that decade than Savard, who went into the Hall of Fame in 2000.
1980-81 TO 1992-93
The third-leading goal scorer and fourth-leading points producer in franchise history notched 30 or more goals in nine of his 11 seasons. He didn't miss a game from his Calder Trophy-winning rookie year, '82-83, through '92-93.
1977-78 TO 1990-91
The sixth pick of the 1977 amateur draft was thrust into the midst of hockey royalty upon his promotion to the NHL: He roomed with Mikita and was Bobby Orr's defensive partner for part of Orr's brief stint in Chicago.