At the ripe ol’ age of 26 — to be fair, he turns 27 next month — Jonathan Toews has compiled himself a pretty nice resume.
Two Stanley Cups, two Olympic gold medals, a Conn Smythe and a Selke. He also became the youngest-ever Blackhawks captain, a position he’s held since 2008. It’s the kind of career most NHLers can only dream of having have yet Toews, who only cracked the 500 games-played plateau this year, isn’t ready to start thinking about it in those terms.
He discusses that and more with NBC’s Pierre McGuire, ahead of tonight’s Rivalry Night matchup against the Rangers: