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on November 1, 2011
A very dark and foreboding account of one of the premier NHL players of all time.
A justifiably resentful Bobby Hull, screwed over by the 1960's Chicago Blackhawks owned by the miserly Wirtz family, as did most players of his time where hockey teams virtually held sway over the lives of their players before the advent of the NHL Players Association, disullisioned with the lack of respect and monetary compensation that was deserved for such a star player, jumped to the fledgling World Hockey Association.

An eye-opening account for the hockey fan who lived during the WHA era as one feels both sympathy for Hull, who tried to make the best of a situation where he never received the credit he deserved, and antipathy for the negative publicity he drew for his off-ice and somewhat arrogant demeanour.

A sad end for one of the greatest players in the game.
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