Bobby Hull Framed Chicago Blackhawks Signed Retired Jersey Number 20×24

This hand-signed 20X24 framed photo has been personally autographed by Bobby Hull. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from AJ Sports World

Learn more about Bobby Hull:

Bobby Hull joined the NHL in 1957 with the Chicago Blackhawks.  He quickly blossomed into a star player, known for his incredible speed, end to end rushes, his powerful shot and blonde hair, he was nicknamed “The Golden Jet.” Hull finished second in voting for the rookie of the year, Calder Trophy.

Hull became a leading goal scorer for the Blackhawks.  He became the first player to score more than 50 goals in a season in 1966, ending the season with 54 goals, the highest season total of the Original Six era.

Despite Hull being a superstar in the NHL, he felt he was not fairly compensated by the league.  In 1972, he signed with rival World Hockey Association and the Winnipeg Jets for an unprecedented $1 million.  Hull would go on to surpass his previous record for goals in a season, finishing with 77 in the 1974-75 season. After the merger of the Leagues, Hull played one more season with the NHL Jets before being traded to the Hartford Whalers.

Hull ended his career with as impressive record of 1063 regular season games played in the NHL, with 610 goals, 560 assists and a total of 1170 points.  Furthermore, He played in 411 WHA regular season games, scoring 303 goals, 335 assists and 638 points, as well as numerous trophies and awards, including the Order of Canada and the Hockey Hall of Fame.

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