Of course, The Golden Jet could be 100 years old there’s a team somewhere that would find a way to put him in uniform. From the Chicago Tribune’s Luis Arroyave.
He may be turning 67 in January, but former Blackhawks great Bobby Hull isn’t ready to hang up his skates just yet. The Hall of Famer will be in uniform for the Wolves when they face the Milwaukee Admirals on Dec. 17 at Allstate Arena. “I’m proud to be with the Wolves,” Hull said. “They’re a part of Chicago and I’m pleased to be back because it’s the greatest city in the world with the greatest sports fans in the world.” No word on what number the Hockey Hall of Famer will wear. His No. 9, which is one of five numbers retired by the Blackhawks, would have to be loaned (or purchased) from Kip Miller, a 5-foot-10-inch, 190-pound center from Lansing, Mich.