He had 13 consecutive seasons in which he scored at least 30 goals, and was the league’s top scorer seven times.
He died at the age of eighty-four Bobby Hulla North American Professional Hockey League (NHL) legend.
Nicknamed the Golden Jet because of his blond hair and impressive speed, the player played for the Chicago Blackhawks for 16 years, scoring 604 goals with the team, which is still the team’s all-time leader, and won the Stanley Cup with the team in 1961.
Hull was elected to the Sports Hall of Fame in 1983, and his number 9 was retired by the Chicago Blackhawks that same year.
Hull augmented the Black Hawks between 1957 and 1972, and had 13 consecutive seasons in which he scored at least 30 goals, six times in his career and passed half a hundred goals. He became the league’s leading scorer in seven seasons, won the MVP Trophy for Most Valuable Player twice and was named to the First Team All-Star ten times.
He later continued his career with the non-NHL affiliate Winnipeg Jets, and when the Canadian Ranger joined the league in 1979, he played a few games with the Jets and Hartford Whalers in the NHL at the age of 40.
His son, two-time Stanley Cup winner Brett Hull He has also been inducted into the Hall of Fame.
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