It's been exactly two years -- June 9, 2010 -- since the Blackhawks ended their 49-year Stanley Cup drought and took down the Philadelphia Flyers in overtime of Game 6.
Since then, there's been a massive roster overhaul. Check out the following numbers, which tell the story:
1: Number of playoff goals Patrick Kane has scored -- in 13 playoff games -- since the Stanley Cup-winning goal in overtime of Game 6 at Philadelphia.
5: Number of playoff victories for the Blackhawks in the two postseasons since winning the Stanley Cup, both ending in first-round exits. Of course, the Blackhawks won 16 games to clinch the title in 2010.
8: Number of players left on the roster from the Stanley Cup championship team. The remaining players are Duncan Keith, Niklas Hjalmarsson, Brent Seabrook, Patrick Sharp, Jonathan Toews, Dave Bolland, Marian Hossa and Kane.
44.5: Average number of regular-season wins the last two seasons with 44 in 2010-11 and 45 in 2011-12.
52: Number of regular-season wins in 2009-10.
99: Average number of standings points the last two seasons with 97 in 2010-11 and 101 in 2011-12.
112: Number of standings points by the 2009-10 Blackhawks -- a franchise record.
199: Number of goals allowed by the goalie trio of Antti Niemi (82), Cristobal Huet (114) and Corey Crawford (3) in 2009-10.
219.5: Average number of goals allowed by Blackhawks goalies in the two seasons since with Marty Turco (82), Ray Emery (83) and Crawford (274) between the pipes.
246.5: Average number of goals scored by the Blackhawks the past two seasons with 252 goals scored in 2010-11 and 241 goals scored in 2011-12.
262: Number of goals scored by the Blackhawks in the 2009-10 season.