As I made a post before I am trying to collect and get former Chicago Blackhawks to sign my 60 year book. The Blackhawks organization bring's some of their alumni to the games to sign this season and since my family has season tickets I usually get most of the autographs at every opportunity. Over this past 2 weeks I have received 3 autographs in the book totaling 5 total now.
First off was the Silver Jet, brother to Bobby "The golden Jet" Hull, who played from 1964 until 1978 and had a decent career putting up 654 Points (303 Goals, 351 Assits) which was pretty good but he was a little over shadowed when compared to both his brother Bobby and nephew Brett who are 2 Hall of Famers and had outstanding careers. Though Dennis did earn his spot on the 1972 Team Canada team that faced off against the Soviet Union in the Summit Series. Hull did pretty well then scoring 4 points (2 Goals, 2 Assists) in 4 Games played.
Next on the book is Phil Russell, a man who has played a lot of games in his career. To have a long career in Professional hockey you have to be pretty good and Phil Russell definitely fit that type. Over his 1016 games he put up a total of 424 Points (99 Goals, 325 Assists) ,which is good for a defensman, but spending more time in the penalty box and totaling over 2,038 minutes in the sin bin.
I'll probably make more posts every time I get 3-4 players so watch out for more this year.