Tributes are pouring in for Chicago Blackhawks legend Bobby Hull.
Known as “The Golden Jet,” Hull passed away Monday at the age of 84.
Hull began his NHL career with the Chicago Blackhawks in 1957.
He went on to play 15 seasons with the team, one season with Winnipeg and another with Hartford, amounting to 1,063 regular-season games.
“Hull was a driven player who always gave fans a memorable experience at every game and brought them to their feet,” the NHL Alumni Association said in a statement on social media.
“In his retirement, ‘The Golden Jet’ was never in a rush to sign every autograph as an ambassador for the Blackhawks, one of his favourite accomplishments.”
Hull won three Art Ross Trophies, two Hart Memorial Trophies, and a Stanley Cup Championship.
He was also elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983 and was named one of the “100 Greater NHL Players’ in History” in 2017.