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Bobby Hull used slap shot to win three scoring titles
Bobby Hull used slap shot to win three scoring titles
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Legends of Hockey - Bobby Hull
Legends of Hockey - Bobby Hull
Published: 2011/05/29
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Bobby Hull Highlights
Bobby Hull Highlights
Published: 2011/06/20
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Legends Of Hockey - Bobby Hull
Legends Of Hockey - Bobby Hull
Published: 2010/11/28
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Bobby Hull & Stan Mikita
Bobby Hull & Stan Mikita
Published: 2017/03/22
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Chicago Blackhawks 4 Toronto Maple Leafs 4 February 11, 1967 Bobby Hull Hattrick
Chicago Blackhawks 4 Toronto Maple Leafs 4 February 11, 1967 Bobby Hull Hattrick
Published: 2009/10/22
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Bobby Hull
Bobby Hull's thoughts on life? Documentary 1972
Published: 2016/10/31
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Bobby Hull
Bobby Hull's Wife Joanne Hull interviewed Early 1968
Published: 2009/12/10
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Chicago Blackhawks Dennis and Bobby Hull 1985
Chicago Blackhawks Dennis and Bobby Hull 1985
Published: 2013/06/14
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Bobby Hull & The Hotline WHA HOF induction
Bobby Hull & The Hotline WHA HOF induction
Published: 2015/05/26
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Team Canada 1974 Vladislav Tretiak against Bobby Hull.
Team Canada 1974 Vladislav Tretiak against Bobby Hull.
Published: 2014/06/10
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JOHN FERGUSON and BOBBY HULL dec 1968
JOHN FERGUSON and BOBBY HULL dec 1968
Published: 2016/11/14
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Bobby Hull 50th and 51st goal
Bobby Hull 50th and 51st goal
Published: 2016/10/16
Channel: Newton Minnow
Bobby Hull and the WHA
Bobby Hull and the WHA
Published: 2014/07/20
Channel: Wesley Cowan
#TBT - Bobby Hull Becomes First to Score 51 Goals
#TBT - Bobby Hull Becomes First to Score 51 Goals
Published: 2015/03/12
Channel: NHL
Bobby Hull Scores on the Powerplay
Bobby Hull Scores on the Powerplay
Published: 2009/01/08
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Bobby Hull Interview - Dec.5,1979
Bobby Hull Interview - Dec.5,1979
Published: 2017/09/21
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Bobby Hull incredible speed
Bobby Hull incredible speed
Published: 2008/08/21
Channel: Thornton19HFboards
Bobby Hull talks 1961 Cup team 1/9/11
Bobby Hull talks 1961 Cup team 1/9/11
Published: 2011/01/10
Channel: NHL
Interview with Chicago Blackhawks Legend Bobby Hull
Interview with Chicago Blackhawks Legend Bobby Hull
Published: 2014/04/18
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1971 BlackHawks vs Rangers, Stanley Cup Semi-Final Game 5 Hull OT Winner.avi
1971 BlackHawks vs Rangers, Stanley Cup Semi-Final Game 5 Hull OT Winner.avi
Published: 2011/08/21
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Bobby Hull:  "IT
Bobby Hull: "IT'S THE F**KING CUP!!"
Published: 2015/06/04
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Bobby Hull
Bobby Hull's 598th 599th and 600th Goals
Published: 2016/10/16
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Bobby Hull dans l antichambre 1e partie
Bobby Hull dans l antichambre 1e partie
Published: 2016/11/20
Channel: espo42
Bobby Hull
Bobby Hull's Number retired part1
Published: 2007/12/01
Channel: ChgoHawks
Bobby Hull BELONGS in the Winnipeg Jets Hall of Fame!
Bobby Hull BELONGS in the Winnipeg Jets Hall of Fame!
Published: 2016/07/29
Channel: nextsportstar
Bobby Hull : The legend
Bobby Hull : The legend
Published: 2009/04/07
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EARLY 1970
EARLY 1970's BOBBY HULL CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS JERSEY
Published: 2015/03/05
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Gotta See It: Bobby and Brett forget ceremonial puck
Gotta See It: Bobby and Brett forget ceremonial puck
Published: 2017/01/02
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1979 BOBBY HULL
1979 BOBBY HULL's comeback with the CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS - TV sports report
Published: 2014/02/12
Channel: TheMotiondevotion
Bobby Hull - 27th Career Hat Trick
Bobby Hull - 27th Career Hat Trick
Published: 2012/12/28
Channel: bobking59
GandGtv: Bobby Hull The Golden Jet
GandGtv: Bobby Hull The Golden Jet
Published: 2014/04/07
Channel: goatsandglorytv
Bobby Hull
Bobby Hull's 600th NHL goal, 1972 vs Bruins, assisted by Dennis
Published: 2013/03/21
Channel: polarpablo
Bobby Hull
Bobby Hull's Number retired part2
Published: 2007/12/01
Channel: ChgoHawks
Bobby Hull Interview Part 1
Bobby Hull Interview Part 1
Published: 2013/11/27
Channel: JC70
Definition,  Bobby Hull and Me
Definition, Bobby Hull and Me
Published: 2013/01/30
Channel: Kevin Marks
Blackhawks Honor Bobby Hull & Stan Mikita  3/7/2008  Part 2
Blackhawks Honor Bobby Hull & Stan Mikita 3/7/2008 Part 2
Published: 2008/03/12
Channel: chgojobs
TSN: History Of The Winnipeg Jets Part 1: Signing Of Bobby Hull
TSN: History Of The Winnipeg Jets Part 1: Signing Of Bobby Hull
Published: 2011/05/13
Channel: JHendrix70
The Legacy of Bobby hull
The Legacy of Bobby hull
Published: 2011/10/10
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NHL 16 HUT | Player Review: Brett Hull vs Bobby Hull
NHL 16 HUT | Player Review: Brett Hull vs Bobby Hull
Published: 2016/03/07
Channel: Game On Your Face
BOBBY HULL AT THE EDGE
BOBBY HULL AT THE EDGE
Published: 2009/03/11
Channel: John Gordon
1972 Munro Bobby Hull Table Hockey Game
1972 Munro Bobby Hull Table Hockey Game
Published: 2009/02/22
Channel: daveandjudi
"Chicago"
"Chicago"
Published: 2014/05/03
Channel: bhtv
#9 Bobby Hull
#9 Bobby Hull
Published: 2011/11/21
Channel: Nation Tricolore
Blackhawks Honor Bobby Hull & Stan Mikita  3/7/2008  Part 1
Blackhawks Honor Bobby Hull & Stan Mikita 3/7/2008 Part 1
Published: 2008/03/12
Channel: chgojobs
Winnipeg Jets defend choice of Bobby Hull as hall HOF inductee
Winnipeg Jets defend choice of Bobby Hull as hall HOF inductee
Published: 2016/07/29
Channel: Tommy C's SFTP
Mary Jersey Chicago Blackhawks Bobby Hull Jersey Review
Mary Jersey Chicago Blackhawks Bobby Hull Jersey Review
Published: 2016/03/09
Channel: James Petersen
Bobby Hull. Tout le monde en parlait. 1e partie
Bobby Hull. Tout le monde en parlait. 1e partie
Published: 2016/11/13
Channel: espo42
Bobby Hull in Kelowna
Bobby Hull in Kelowna
Published: 2017/02/23
Channel: ShawTVOkanagan
Bobby Hull in Saskatoon
Bobby Hull in Saskatoon
Published: 2012/08/13
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Bobby Hull
Hockey Hall of Fame, 1983
Bobby Hull Chex card.jpg
Born (1939-01-03) January 3, 1939 (age 78)
Pointe Anne, Ontario, Canada
Height 5 ft 10 in (178 cm)
Weight 191 lb (87 kg; 13 st 9 lb)
Position Left Wing
Shot Left
Played for NHL
 Chicago Black Hawks
 Winnipeg Jets
 Hartford Whalers
WHA
 Winnipeg Jets
National team  Canada
Playing career 1957–1980

Robert Marvin "Bobby" Hull, OC (born January 3, 1939) is a Canadian former ice hockey player who is regarded as one of the greatest players of all time. His blonde hair, end to end rushes, incredible skating speed, and ability to shoot the puck at very high velocity all earned him the nickname "The Golden Jet". His talents were such that often one or two opposing players were assigned just to shadow him—a tribute to his explosiveness.

In his 23 years in the National Hockey League (NHL) and World Hockey Association (WHA), Hull played for the Chicago Black Hawks, Winnipeg Jets, and Hartford Whalers. He won the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player twice and the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL's leading point scorer three times, while helping the Black Hawks win the Stanley Cup in 1961 and leading the WHA's Winnipeg Jets to Avco Cup championships in 1976 and 1978. He led the NHL in goals seven times, the most of any player in history, and led the WHA in goals one additional time. He was also voted the WHA's most valuable player two times. He was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983, and the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame in 1997.[1] On January 27, 2017, in a ceremony during the All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, Hull was part of the second group of players to be named one of the '100 Greatest NHL Players' in history.[2]

Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]

Hull was born in Pointe Anne (now part of Belleville), Ontario. He played his minor hockey in Belleville, and then Jr. "B" hockey for the Woodstock Warriors in the fall of 1954. Although the Sarnia Legionnaires and the Waterloo Siskins were the Jr. "B" powerhouses of the 1950s, Hull threw a wrench into their domination, leading the Warriors to the 1955 Sutherland Cup as all-Ontario champions. Later, he played for the Galt Black Hawks and the St. Catharines Teepees in the Ontario Hockey Association, before joining the Chicago Black Hawks in 1957 at the age of 18.

Playing career[edit]

NHL career[edit]

Hull quickly blossomed into a star, finishing second in the rookie of the year balloting his first season. Hull originally wore numbers 16 and 7 as a Black Hawk but later switched to his famous number 9, a tribute to his childhood idol Gordie Howe. By his third season (1959–60), he led the league in goal- and point-scoring (the Art Ross Trophy), a feat which he also achieved in 1961-62 and 1965-66. He went on to lead the Chicago Black Hawks to the Stanley Cup in 1961—their third overall and first in 23 years. He finished second in point-scoring three further times.

On March 12, 1966, he became the first NHL player to score more than 50 goals in a season, surpassing Maurice Richard's and Bernie Geoffrion's hallowed mark of 50 goals. His 51st goal against the New York Rangers earned him a seven-minute standing ovation from the Chicago Stadium faithful. Hull eventually scored 54 goals that season, the highest single season total of the Original Six era. That same year, Hull set the record for the most points in a season with 97, one more than the previous record set by Dickie Moore 7 years earlier. His point total was tied the next year by team-mate Stan Mikita and their record was broken three years later by Phil Esposito. Hull led the league in goal scoring seven times during the 1960s. Despite Hull breaking his own goals in a season record by four goals in 1968–69 (netting 58) and setting a career NHL high of 107 points (second in the league that year), the Hawks missed the playoffs for the first time since his rookie season that year. By his final NHL season, he had scored 50 goals or more a remarkable five times. This was only one time less than all other players in NHL history combined up until that point in time.

In his 15 full NHL seasons he was voted the First-Team All-Star left winger ten times and the Second-Team All-Star left winger twice.

His slapshot was once clocked at 118.3 mph (190.5 km/h) and he could skate 29.7 mph (47.8 km/h).[3] During his drive to be the first to eclipse the 50 goal mark, Hull's wrist shot was claimed to be harder than his slapshot.[4]

WHA career[edit]

Long unhappy because of his relatively poor salary in the period when he was hockey's preeminent superstar, Hull responded to overtures from the upstart World Hockey Association's Winnipeg Jets in 1972 by jesting that he would jump to them for a million dollars, a sum then considered absurd. Gathering the other league owners together to contribute to the unprecedented amount on the grounds that inking such a major star gave instant credibility to the new rival league that was competing directly against the entrenched NHL, Jets' owner Ben Hatskin agreed to the sum, and signed Hull as a player/coach for a contract worth $1.75 million over 10 years plus a $1 million signing bonus. Although his debut with Winnipeg was held up in litigation by the NHL, Hull instantly became the WHA's greatest star winning the Gordie Howe Trophy as league MVP in 1972-73 and 1974-75. With Swedish linemates Anders Hedberg and Ulf Nilsson he formed one of the most formidable forward lines of the 1970s (known as "The Hot Line"), leading the Jets to two AVCO Cups during his time with the club. His best performance was during the 1974-75 season, when he scored 77 goals to set a new professional mark, while adding 65 assists for a total of 142 points, 5 behind the league leader. In the five WHA seasons in which he played more than half the schedule, he was voted a First-Team All-Star thrice and a Second-Team All-Star twice, while scoring 50 goals in a year four times and getting 100 points four times.

Because he joined the rival league, Hull was not allowed to represent Team Canada in the 1972 Summit Series, which pitted Canada's top NHL players against the USSR's national team. Two years later, a second Summit Series was played and Hull joined many WHA stars (including Gordie Howe, who had been retired from the NHL at the time of the initial Summit Series) in a second series against the Soviet national team. The WHA lost the series four games to one (three ending in a tie), despite Hull's seven goals. He was a key member of the Canadian squad that won the 1976 Canada Cup, though, scoring five goals in seven games.

Bobby Hull rule[edit]

Hull and teammate Stan Mikita were catalysts for a 1960s craze where players curved the blades of their hockey sticks, which became widely referred to as "banana blades".[5] Hull is the player typically linked most to the rule that banned this practice because of the potential danger to goalies, who did not wear masks in that era.[5] The curved blade made the puck's trajectory unpredictable. The rule originally limited the blade curvature to between one-half and three quarters of an inch; in 1970, it was set at one-half-inch.[5]

Retirement[edit]

Hull in 2006

Slowed by injuries and age, Hull played only a few games in the WHA's final season of 1978–79. However, after the 1979 merger of the two leagues (including the Jets) and reportedly in financial straits, Hull came out of retirement to play once more for the NHL Jets. He played in eighteen games before being traded to the Hartford Whalers for future considerations, and played effectively in nine games and three playoff games before retiring once more to care for his partner who had been injured in an automobile accident.[6]

In September 1981, Hull attempted one final comeback with the New York Rangers at age 42. However, it was a very brief attempt that only lasted five exhibition games before Hull and the Rangers both decided it was best to end the comeback. Hull had one goal, and one assist in those five games. It was the second time in Hull's career that he had played exhibition games with the Rangers; in 1959, after missing the playoffs the previous spring, the Rangers and the Boston Bruins had been sent on an exhibition tour of Europe, and then-emerging star Hull and Eddie Shack were added to the Rangers' roster for the tour. Hull and Shack co-led the Rangers in scoring, each netting 14 goals over the 23-game tour.[7]

Hull ended his career having played in 1,063 NHL games, accumulating 610 goals, 560 assists, 1,170 points, 640 penalty minutes, three Art Ross Trophies, two Hart Memorial Trophies (he finished second or third in the voting a additional six times), a Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, a Stanley Cup Championship and adding 102 penalty minutes, 62 goals and 67 assists for 129 points in 119 playoff games. He played in 411 WHA games, scoring 303 goals, 335 assists and 638 points, adding 43 goals and 37 assists in 60 playoff games.

In 1978, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. Beside his Hall of Fame induction, Hull's No. 9 jersey has been retired both by the Blackhawks and the Jets (and is still honoured by the Jets' successor team, the Arizona Coyotes. When Bobby's son Brett Hull joined the Coyotes, they unretired the number for Brett to wear during his brief stint there to honour his father.) Evander Kane, who wore number 9 for the current Winnipeg Jets franchise, sought and received Hull's permission to wear the number.

In 1998, Hull got involved in a controversy with the Russian media when he allegedly made pro-Nazi comments. According to the Associated Press he was quoted as saying, "Hitler, for example, had some good ideas. He just went a little bit too far."[8] He later claimed the interviewer misunderstood him in the translation. The incident was satirized by the Canadian mock news show This Hour Has 22 Minutes. Host Rick Mercer read a spot saying Hull has been misquoted, that he had actually said, "Sittler had some good ideas." The reference was to former National Hockey League star Darryl Sittler.

In 2003, he was named the figurehead commissioner of a new World Hockey Association, intended to operate during the NHL lock-out in 2004–05; it never entered play, and the organization subsequently ran several ephemeral low-minor league and unsanctioned Tier II junior leagues. He currently serves as an ambassador for the Blackhawks' organization.

Hull family[edit]

Hull's younger brother Dennis (nicknamed "the Silver Jet") starred alongside him with the Chicago Black Hawks for eight seasons, scoring over 300 goals in his own right. Some commentators often wondered which brother had the harder shot. When Bobby was excluded from the 1972 Summit Series because he played in the WHA, Dennis initially planned to boycott the event as well as a show of support for his brother, but Bobby persuaded him to stay on Team Canada.

Hull's third oldest son, Brett Hull (the "Golden Brett"), was a star too, finishing his own illustrious career with 741 goals, still the fourth-highest goal total in NHL history. Bobby and Brett are the only father-and-son tandem to achieve the marks of more than 50 goals in a NHL season and more than 600 NHL goals. They are also the only father-and-son tandem to win the Hart Trophy and Lady Byng Trophy. While playing for the Phoenix Coyotes (formerly the Winnipeg Jets) in 2005, Brett donned his father's retired No. 9 for the last five games of his career.

Hull's other sons are Bobby Jr., Blake, and Bart. Bart Hull was a standout running back for the Boise State University Broncos football team in the late eighties and 1990, and played with the Ottawa Rough Riders and Saskatchewan Roughriders in the CFL as well as one season of professional indoor football prior to recurring injuries. Post football, he briefly played professional hockey with the Idaho Steelheads.

Bobby Jr. and Blake both played junior and senior hockey. Bobby won the Memorial Cup with the 1980 Cornwall Royals. Later, they played together for the Allan Cup-winning Brantford Mott's Clamatos of the OHA Senior A Hockey League (AAA Men's Amateur) in 1987. Bobby Jr. also possessed a powerful shot, but lacked the scoring touch of his father and brother Brett.

Hull's daughter, Michelle, was an accomplished figure skater, becoming British Columbia Pre-Novice Champion at the age of 11. After many knee injuries, she concentrated on her schooling and is now an attorney licensed in two states.

Hull was romantically involved with a woman named Claudia Allen. In 1980, Hull retired from the Hartford Whalers to take care of Allen, who was injured in a severe automobile accident. In July 1981 Allen gave birth to Hull's younger daughter, Jessica. The couple never married and around 1983 the couple parted ways. Jessica graduated from Benedictine College with a degree in Elementary Education and currently resides in California.

Hull's marriage to Joanne McKay ended in divorce in 1980 after several abusive incidents. In 1986, he was accused by Deborah, his third wife, of assault and battery. She eventually dropped the charges.[9]

Awards and achievements[edit]

Career statistics[edit]

Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1954–55 St. Catharines Teepees OHA 6 0 0 0 0
1955–56 St. Catharines Teepees OHA 48 11 7 18 79 6 0 2 2 9
1956–57 St. Catharines Teepees OHA 52 33 28 61 95 13 8 8 16 24
1957–58 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 70 13 34 47 62
1958–59 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 70 18 32 50 50 6 1 1 2 2
1959–60 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 70 39 42 81 68 3 1 0 1 2
1960–61 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 67 31 25 56 43 12 4 10 14 4
1961–62 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 70 50 34 84 35 12 8 6 14 12
1962–63 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 65 31 31 62 27 5 8 2 10 4
1963–64 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 70 43 44 87 50 7 2 5 7 2
1964–65 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 61 39 32 71 32 14 10 7 17 27
1965–66 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 65 54 43 97 70 6 2 2 4 10
1966–67 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 66 52 28 80 52 6 4 2 6 0
1967–68 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 71 44 31 75 39 11 4 6 10 15
1968–69 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 74 58 49 107 48
1969–70 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 61 38 29 67 8 8 3 8 11 2
1970–71 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 78 44 52 96 32 18 11 14 25 16
1971–72 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 78 50 43 93 24 8 4 4 8 6
1972–73 Winnipeg Jets WHA 63 51 52 103 37 14 9 16 25 16
1973–74 Winnipeg Jets WHA 75 53 42 95 38 4 1 1 2 4
1974–75 Winnipeg Jets WHA 78 77 65 142 41
1975–76 Winnipeg Jets WHA 80 53 70 123 30 13 12 8 20 4
1976–77 Winnipeg Jets WHA 34 21 32 53 14 20 13 9 22 2
1977–78 Winnipeg Jets WHA 77 46 71 117 23 9 8 3 11 12
1978–79 Winnipeg Jets WHA 4 2 3 5 0
1979–80 Winnipeg Jets NHL 18 4 6 10 0
1979–80 Hartford Whalers NHL 9 2 5 7 0 3 0 0 0 0
NHL totals 1063 610 560 1170 640 119 62 67 129 102
WHA totals 411 303 335 638 183 60 43 37 80 38

Coaching record[edit]

Team Year Regular season Post season
G W L T Pts Finish Result
Winnipeg Jets 1972–73 78 43 31 4 90 2nd in WHA West Lost in Finals Avco Cup
Winnipeg Jets 1973–74 78 34 39 5 73 4th in WHA West Lost in Semi-Finals
Winnipeg Jets 1974–75 13 4 9 0 (8) 3rd in WHA Canadian Resigned
Total 169 81 79 9

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bobby Hull". Ontario Sports Hall of Fame. Retrieved 24 September 2014. 
  2. ^ "100 Greatest NHL Players". NHL.com. January 27, 2017. Retrieved January 27, 2017. 
  3. ^ "Hawk on the Wing". Time magazine. Time Inc. March 1, 1968. Retrieved April 9, 2007. 
  4. ^ William Leggett (January 25, 1965). "In the boldest attack yet on hockey's seemingly – 01.25.65 – SI Vault". Sportsillustrated.cnn.com. Retrieved 2011-03-09. 
  5. ^ a b c Wyshynski, Greg (August 19, 2010). "The 10 best player-inspired NHL rules changes". Yahoo! Sports. 
  6. ^ Clarity, James (September 10, 1981). "Hull Shows Spirit in Ranger Tryout". The New York Times. 
  7. ^ Kreiser, John; Smith, Lou Friedman; foreword by Neil (1996). The New York Rangers : Broadway's longest-running hit. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Pub. p. 139. ISBN 1571670416. 
  8. ^ Report: Hull says Hitler had some good ideas "High Beam Research", Associated Press (08–26–98). Retrieved on 10–12–08
  9. ^ "ESPN Classic – Hull helped WHA into hockey family". Espn.go.com. Retrieved 2011-11-21. 
  10. ^ "TIME Magazine Cover: Bobby Hull - Mar. 1, 1968". Time. 
  11. ^ [1]
  12. ^ "WHA Hall of Fame Members". Whahof.com. 2004-01-01. Retrieved 2017-03-11. 
  13. ^ "Bobby Hull". Oshof.ca. Retrieved 2017-03-11. 
  14. ^ [2]

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Jean Béliveau
Winner of the Hart Trophy
1965, 1966
Succeeded by
Stan Mikita
Preceded by
Dickie Moore
Bernie Geoffrion
Stan Mikita
Winner of the Art Ross Trophy
1960
1962
1966
Succeeded by
Bernie Geoffrion
Gordie Howe
Stan Mikita
Preceded by
Jean Béliveau
Bernie Geoffrion
Gordie Howe
Norm Ullman
NHL Goal Leader
1960
1962
1964
1966, 1967, 1968, 1969
Succeeded by
Bernie Geoffrion
Gordie Howe
Norm Ullman
Phil Esposito
Preceded by
Ken Wharram
Winner of the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
1965
Succeeded by
Alex Delvecchio
Preceded by
Position created
Rudy Pilous
Head coach of the original Winnipeg Jets
1972–74
1975
Succeeded by
Rudy Pilous
Bobby Kromm
New creation Commissioner of the WHA
2003–05
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