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Patrick Sharp  

Forward for the Chicago Blackhawks

Patrick Sharp is a professional NHL forward for the Chicago Blackhawks. Before he played in the NHL, Sharp played in various amateur leagues in Canada and the United States, then played collegiately for the University of Vermont. In the 2001 NHL Draft, Sharp was drafted in the third round by the Philadelphia Flyers, playing there for five seasons until he was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks. Once at the Blackhawks, Sharp would emerge as a great player, recording great offensive stats. His play was crucial in the Blackhawks 2010 Stanley Cup victory, as he was named a captain of the team that same year. In 2011, Sharp was named the MVP of the All-Star game, and played well enough to earn a five year contract extension with the Blackhawks. The Blackhawks’ loyalty to Sharp would be rewarded, as he led the team to another Stanley Cup victory in 2013. Sharp is now a mainstay for the Blackhawks, and has helped turn them into a playoff mainstay.


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