Bobby Hull

Canada

Ice Hockey

B: January 3, 1939

Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame

Hull played 15 seasons in the N.H.L. with the Chicago Black Hawks from 1957 to '72. He was an all-star 12 times (1960-'65, '67-'72) and won the Art Ross trophy as league scoring leader in 1960, '62 and '66. He won the Hart Trophy as league M.V.P. in 1965 and '66 and won the Lady Byng Trophy for Sportsmanship in 1965. Hull led the Black Hawks to the Stanley Cup in 1961. In 1972 he jumped to the Winnipeg Jets of the W.H.A. He was the league M.V.P. in 1973 and '75.. The "Golden Jet" scored 610 goals and 1,170 points in his N.H.L. career. He led the Jets to the Avco World Cup (the W.H.A. championship) in 1976, '78 and '79. Hull was a member of the 1976 Canada Cup team and was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1976 Preliminary 1
6
24 1/2
$2,450
Bike Race
1981 Preliminary 3

4

22

$2,200

Rowing
TOTALS
46 1/2
$4,650
2

PERSONAL BESTS
Swimming - 100 Meters
1:23.04
1976 Preliminary 1
Weight Lifting
200
1976 Preliminary 1
Rowing
39.37
1981 Preliminary 3
Baseball Hit
7
1976 Preliminary 1
Golf - closest to the pin
23'10"
1981 Preliminary 3
Bike Race - Half Mile
1:18.45
1981 Preliminary 3
Bike Race - Mile
2:37.56
1976 Preliminary 1
100 Yard Dash
11.60
1976 Preliminary 1
Points Scored

24 1/2

1976 Preliminary 1


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