It was above all in the Chicago Black Hawks (now the Chicago Blackhawks) that the Canadian Bobby Hull made the biggest impression.

In total, Hull spent 16 seasons in the NHL, 15 of which were in Chicago.

To this day, he is the Blackhawks' all-time leading scorer.

In total, he scored 1,170 points in 1,063 games in the NHL.

In 1966, he became the first player in NHL history to score over 50 goals.

That season he was noted for 54 complete hits.

He also had a son – Brett Hull – who was a successful ice hockey player.

Bobby Hull was 84 years old.

He died on Monday morning, according to the Daily Herald.