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Blackhawks: Ranking Best Players All-Time Per Position

Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) /
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Bobby Hull, Chicago Blackhawks
Bobby Hull, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Melchior DiGiacomo/Getty Images) /

Bobby Hull – Left Wing

Bobby Hull played 15 years with the Blackhawks from 1957 to 1972. Hull was a teammate of Stan Mikita’s and was apart of the 1961 Stanley Cup team.

In 1,036 games with the Blackhawks, Hull scored 604 goals with 549 assists for 1,153 career points. He’d go on after 15 years in Chicago to play for the Winnipeg Jets and the Hartford Whalers.

In total, Hull played in 1,063 NHL games and 411 WHA games for 907 goals, 884 assists for a total of 1,791 points. I’d say he was a pretty good player.

Throughout his career, he was an All-Star 12 times, he won three Art Ross Trophies and two Hart Trophies, and one Byng Trophy.

Number 9 had a crazy slap shot that helped him win three scoring titles and score almost 1,000 goals between the two leagues. Nicknamed the “Golden Jet” was one of the best goal-scorers in team history, not just in numbers, but in style.

He became the first player to score more than 50 goals in a season. Hull scored 77 goals in one season when playing in the WHA. Between the two leagues, he scored 50-plus goals in nine of his 22 seasons.

Some of that magic was passed on to his son Brett, who played in the NHL for 19 seasons, scoring 741 goals throughout his career.

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