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Interview: Legendary Chicago Blackhawks Star Bobby Hull

Bobby Hull, photo by Joe Arce

CHICAGO – Robert Marvin “Bobby” Hull needs no introduction in the City of Chicago, as his career as a Chicago Blackhawks hockey player was as iconic and influential as Babe Ruth was to baseball. The “Golden Jet,” which was his nickname, recently appeared at the Hollywood Show in Rosemont, Ill., and still brings admirers that want to meet him, even though he hung up the skates 35 years ago.

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