Blackhawks–Red Wings rivalry - WikipediaBlackhawks–Red Wings rivalry Chicago Blackhawks Detroit Red Wings First meetingNovember 24, 1926Latest meetingJanuary 26, 2022Next meetingOctober 21, 2022StatisticsMeetings total830All-time series410–320–85–15 (DET)Regular season series372–277–85–15 (DET)Postseason results43–38 (CHI)Largest victoryDET 12–0 CHIDecember 4, 1987Longest win streakCHI W13Current win streakCHI W1Postseason history 1934 Stanley Cup Finals: Black Hawks won, 3–1 1941 Semifinals: Red Wings won, 2–0 1944 Semifinals: Black Hawks won, 4–1 1961 Stanley Cup Finals: Black Hawks won, 4–2 1963 Semifinals: Red Wings won, 4–2 1964 Semifinals: Red Wings won, 4–3 1965 Semifinals: Black Hawks won, 4–3 1966 Semifinals: Red Wings won, 4–2 1970 Quarterfinals: Black Hawks won, 4–0 1985 Division Semifinals: Black Hawks won, 3–0 1987 Division Semifinals: Red Wings won, 4–0 1989 Division Semifinals: Blackhawks won, 4–2 1992 Division Finals: Blackhawks won, 4–0 1995 Conference Finals: Red Wings won, 4–1 2009 Conference Finals: Red Wings won, 4–1 2013 Conference Semifinals: Blackhawks won, 4–3 The Blackhawks–Red Wings rivalry is a historic rivalry in the National Hockey League (NHL) between the Chicago Blackhawks and Detroit Red Wings.
Bob Probert and Stu Grimson played for both teams and fought each other frequently. Bill Gadsby also played for both teams. Fans had much animosity for each other, with Blackhawks fans chanting "Detroit sucks! " in every game.  Chicago native Chris Chelios was booed upon his return to the United Center as a Detroit player in 1999,  and former Red Wing Marian Hossa earned the same response in 2009 at the Joe Louis Arena as a Blackhawk.  In the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs, the teams faced off against each other in the playoffs for the 16th time, and have played over 800 games against each other.
It was the first win in Detroit franchise history, and the first loss in Chicago franchise history. Chicago's first Stanley Cup was later won against the Red Wings in 1934, when winger Mush March scored a goal in a double-overtime game, the first-ever Stanley Cup-winning overtime goal in the history of the NHL (though not the first in the history of the game, as Dan Bain accomplished this feat in January 1901 for the Winnipeg Victorias to bring them their second Stanley Cup).
Prior to the 2013–14 league-wide divisional realignment, it was the most intense rivalry in the Central Division during the post-lockout era. They represent the two largest metro areas in the Midwest and are only separated by a 280-mile stretch of road, mostly covered by I-94. The clubs began playing each other in 1926–27, during the inaugural season for both franchises.
 On a visit to Olympia Stadium in Detroit in the 1960s, Hull was heckled by three Red Wings fans who eventually climbed the glass and dangled their arms over it before he hit them with his stick.  Starting in 1970–71, the Blackhawks realigned to the West Division while the Red Wings remained in the East. In 1981–82, they were reunited in the reconfigured Norris Division, which was renamed the Central Division in 1993 after the NHL revamped its alignment naming protocol.  7 of the 10 largest hockey crowds in Chicago's United Center were for Blackhawks–Red Wings games.  Blackhawks–Red Wings games were among the ones most notable for fighting.
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