The 28 greatest Canadians to star in the NHL

[post_page_title]Bobby Hull[/post_page_title]
Bobby Hull didn’t just play hockey in the NHL, “The Golden Jet” put on a full show with his slapshot for 17 seasons for NHL fans, including 15 seasons in Chicago. He’d go on to win the Art Ross Trophy three times, the first of which came in 1960 when he scored 81 points (39 goals), was a two-time Hart Trophy winner, and 1961 Cup winner. He wrapped up his NHL career (note, we are not taking into consideration anything from his seven seasons in WHA) with 610 goals and 560 assists in 1,063 games.

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