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  2. Bobby Hull | Canadian hockey player | Britannica

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    Bobby Hull, byname of Robert Marvin Hull, Jr., (born Jan. 3, 1939, Point Anne, Ont., Can.), Canadian professional ice hockey player, notably for the National Hockey League (NHL) Chicago Black Hawks from 1957 to 1972. His swinging slap shot made him one of hockey’s dominant scorers in his time.

  3. Bobby Hull - The Golden Jet - The Hockey Writers

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    Bobby Hull with Gordie Howe of the Houston Aeros in 1976. (Photo by Melchior DiGiacomo/Getty Images) In 1980, Hull found himself back in the league he once spurned, but his career was winding down.

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  4. This Week in Chicago Blackhawks History: Bobby Hull born ...

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    1939 – Hull was born in Point Anne, ON. The “Golden Jet” played 1,036 games over 15 seasons with the Blackhawks, scoring 604 goals and 1,153 points. His career highlights include being the first player with more than one 50-goal season, winning three scoring titles, two Hart Trophies, and one Stanley Cup.

  5. Bobby Hull – The Golden Jet – Winnipeg Jets

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    Bobby Hull – The Golden Jet. Posted on January 3, 2023 by JetsFan in Jets News | 0 Comments. He dominated two different professional leagues for more than two decades. He won three Art Ross Trophies, two Hart Memorial Trophies, two Avco Cups, a Lady Byng Trophy, and a Stanley Cup. He was an NHL first All-Star 10 times and a World Hockey Association All-Star thrice.

  6. This Week in Chicago Blackhawks History: Bobby Hull sets a ...

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    This Week in Chicago Blackhawks History: Bobby Hull sets a franchise mark, Al Secord racks up the points & more. By Greg Boysen January 7, 2023. This has been an exciting week in the long and storied past of the Chicago Blackhawks. They made television history with their rivals from the Big Apple, numerous Hall of Famers set personal milestones both for and against the team, and many players were born throughout the decades.

  7. This Week in Chicago Blackhawks History: Denis Savard, Stan ...

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    1972 – Bobby Hull became the first player to appear in 1,000 games as a member of the Blackhawks in a 4-2 loss to the Bruins in Boston. 1984 – The Blackhawks beat the Penguins 2-0 at Chicago Stadium. Tony Esposito stopped all 35 shots he faced to earn his 76 th shutout and 423 rd and final victory of his Hall of Fame career.

  8. Tom's Old Days on Twitter: "“Old Days”Bobby Hull and John ...

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    ““Old Days”Bobby Hull and John Ferguson go at it during a 1968 BlackHawks-Canadiens game at the Montreal Forum.#Blackhawks #Chicago #Canadiens #Montreal #Habs #NHL #1960s”

  9. BMauthentics: HUMBL Authentics "Deal of the Day" is a hockey ...

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    BMauthentics: HUMBL Authentics "Deal of the Day" is a hockey puck signed by Bobby Hull. Bobby Hull is one of the greatest hockey players of all time.

  10. Bobby Hull Quiz | NHL Players | 10 Questions - Fun Trivia

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    Bobby Hull scored 77 goals for the Winnipeg Jets during the 1974-75 season, a WHA/NHL record which would stand until Wayne Gretzky appeared on the hockey scene. Hull played on a line with Anders Hedberg and Ulf Nilsson, and the trio were prolific scorers. By the way, only Marc Tardif scored more WHA regular season goals than Hull did.

  11. Summit Series - Wikipedia

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    His list of players included Bobby Hull, who by that time had already signed with the rival World Hockey Association (WHA) league. Three other players Sinden named—Gerry Cheevers, Derek Sanderson and J. C. Tremblay —had not yet signed with the WHA, but would do so and become ineligible. The condition had been negotiated between the NHL and Hockey Canada, and the NHL would not relent.

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