Last but not least, 3rd in all time Blackhawks scoring is the legendary Bobby Hull. Between 1957 and 1972, Hull became a Blackhawks legend by having the most goals in franchise history with 604, and leading them to a cup amongst his other individual awards. He retired with 7 Maurice Richard Trophies, 3 Art Ross Trophies, 2 Hart Trophies and a Stanley Cup on his hockey resume.
Hull spent time with the Jets in the WHA before they moved to the NHL as well, putting up well over a point per game and further etching his name into legend status. His ability to score, make plays and stay physical during that time was incredible to watch for fans back then.
Hull had a total of 1153 points with the Blackhawks through 1036 games played, a little over a point per game. His nickname “The Golden Jet” stemmed from his blonde hair while being a fast skater, and having the ability to shoot the puck at very high velocity.
The Hull family is known for producing hockey players, and the argument still exists as to who the best member was. His son Brett has been called the best “sniper” of all time, while Bobby’s brother Dennis also spent time in the NHL. Brett played from 1986 until 2006 while Dennis played between 1964 and 1978.