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Six hundred and ten NHL regular season goals... throw in another three hundred and three scored in the WHA... nine 50-goal campaigns, two Art Ross trophies, two Harts and a Lady Byng. Robert Marvin Hull certainly racked up the numbers over twenty-three seasons from 1957 through 1980. In 1979-80, his final season, Bobby moved over to Hartford from the Winnipeg Jets midway through the schedule and skated in nine regular season games and three post season tilts posting two goals and seven points in total . Six of the Bobby's nine regular games were at home in Hartford. The Whales were swept in three by Montreal in the post season and their final game was a 4-3 overtime loss at home. This is the last NHL jersey ever worn by Bobby Hull! Wondrous white mesh Whalers uniform from his final season. Neck tagging includes the Good Sports, Minneapolis Minnesota label, size 50 fly tag, 79 year tag and washing instructions tag. Pucky the Whale sits up on each shoulder with "Hull" sewn directly onto the shirt in two-tone tackle-twill above the back numbers. Heavy-duty double garter fight strap in the tail. Game wear includes staining up on the shoulders, dozens of black stick marks and slashes on the sleeves, back and front with one unrepaired hole on the right arm. A truly historic uniform from one of the game's most prolific goal scorers.
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