Dennis Hull

Comedian & Former NHL Player - Blackhawks & Team Canada 1972
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Former professional ice hockey left winger who played 14 years in the NHL with the Chicago Blackhawks and was a member of Team Canada 1972.

in addition to an outstanding professional hockey career, as Gordie Howe said “without a doubt, Dennis Hull is one of the most talented speakers and Comedians in all of sports. He rivals the likes of Bob Hope and Eddie Murphy with his wit and humour”

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Om Dennis Hull

Dennis Hull is a former professional ice hockey player and played as a left-winger. Dennis Hull played most of his professional career in ice hockey playing for the Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League. Dennis Hull played in five NHL All-Star games. In fact, Dennis Hull became responsible for the appearance of the Chicago Black Hawks in the Stanley Cup Finals during the 1973 season. It was then that he scored 9 goals and 15 assists for 24 points. After his retirement as an ice hockey player, Dennis Hull then ventured as a broadcaster. He likewise taught at Ridley College and became the Athletic Director of Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. In addition to these, Dennis Hull has also been known for being a notable public speaker and comedian. Along with his brother, they continued to operate a cattle farm breeding and raising Polled Hereford.