All Time Blackhawks

Highlighting Retired Jersey Numbers for Chicago Blackhawks

By Jimmy Lynch
NEW YORK, NY - 1972: Gene Carr #20 of the New York Rangers fights with Keith Magnuson #3 of the Chicago Blackhawks circa 1972 at the Madison Square Garden in New York, New York. (Photo by Melchior DiGiacomo/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - 1972: Gene Carr #20 of the New York Rangers fights with Keith Magnuson #3 of the Chicago Blackhawks circa 1972 at the Madison Square Garden in New York, New York. (Photo by Melchior DiGiacomo/Getty Images) /
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CHICAGO – 1968: Bobby Hull #9 of the Chicago Black Hawks skates during a game at Chicago Stadium circa 1968 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Focus on Sport via Getty Images)
CHICAGO – 1968: Bobby Hull #9 of the Chicago Black Hawks skates during a game at Chicago Stadium circa 1968 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Focus on Sport via Getty Images) /

#9 — Bobby Hull

Bobby Hull is a Chicago Blackhawks’ legend. When you take a look at his resume, it’s hard not to be impressed. During his 15 seasons in Chicago, he won one Stanley Cup, three Art Ross trophies, and a couple of Hart Memorial trophies.

Bobby Hull had his best offensive season with the Blackhawks in 1968-69 while registering 107 points (58G, 49A) with a 12 ± rating in 74 games. Hall is one of the top 100 players of all time.

Hull’s slap shot was innovative for the NHL at the time, and it helped him became one of the most successful wingers in Blackhawks’ franchise history. Hull held a lot of great records in Blackhawks’ history, like the longest point streak. However, Patrick Kane has recently broken some of those records.

Bobby Hull helped lead the Blackhawks to a Stanley Cup championship in 1961. He also registered 129 points in the playoffs during his time in Chicago.

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