Episode #80: December 29, 2020
In this special episode of the Puck Junk Hockey Podcast, Sal Barry interviews Chicago Blackhawks legend Bobby Hull, a.k.a. “The Golden Jet.” Hull, a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, talks about how he and Stan Mikita invented the curved hockey stick, his heated rivalries with John Ferguson and Bryan “Bugsy” Watson, playing advice he gave to his son Brett Hull and the time he suited up for the New York Rangers in 1959 to play in a European exhibition tour. This episode is 23 minutes long.
Show Notes, Links and Images:
Bobby Hull career statistics (HockeyDB)
Bobby Hull official website (link)
The famous photo of Bobby Hull with a bloody nose:
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Podcast opening and closing music by Jim “Not the Goalie” Howard.
Interlude music “Here Come the Hawks” performed by Frank Pelico (YouTube)
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3 thoughts on “Puck Junk Podcast: Bobby Hull Interview”
I thoroughly enjoyed this cast. I would love to join Bobby at the bar one long night.
Thank you for listening. Bobby tells great stories (and insisted that I call him “Bobby” because “Mr. Hull is my son, Brett.”) His ability to remember details at 81 years of age is amazing.