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07 season, if the game was shown on television, it was simulcast on radio, with the same announcers doing both broadcasts. This page was last edited on 19 December 2017, at 19:29. His blonde hair, end to end rushes, incredible skating speed, and ability to shoot the puck at very high velocity all earned him the nickname “The Golden Jet”. His talents were such that often one or two opposing players were assigned just to shadow him—a tribute to his explosiveness. 1961 and leading the WHA’s Winnipeg Jets to Avco Cup championships in 1976 and 1978.
He led the NHL in goals seven times, the most of any player in history, and led the WHA in goals one additional time. He was also voted the WHA’s most valuable player two times. He was the son of Lena Cook and Robert Edward Hull, a cement company foreman. He played his minor hockey in Belleville, and then Junior B hockey for the Woodstock Warriors in the fall of 1954. Hull quickly blossomed into a star, finishing second in the rookie of the year balloting his first season. He finished second in point-scoring three further times. That same year, Hull set the record for the most points in a season with 97, one more than the previous record set by Dickie Moore 7 years earlier.
His point total was tied the next year by team-mate Stan Mikita and their record was broken three years later by Phil Esposito. Hull led the league in goal scoring seven times during the 1960s. Hawks missed the playoffs for the first time since his rookie season that year. 50 goals or more a remarkable five times. This was only one time less than all other players in NHL history combined up until that point in time. In his 15 full NHL seasons he was voted the First-Team All-Star left winger ten times and the Second-Team All-Star left winger twice.