Bobby Hull is generally regarded as the greatest left wing in the history of hockey. During his illustrious 15-year Chicago Blackhawks career, he scored 604 goalsthe most in team historyand led the 196061 squad to the Stanley Cup. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983. Pat Foley is the television play-by-play announcer for the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Chicago Blackhawks have come back to life over the past twelve months by embracing the past, forging ahead towards the future with young players like Patrick Kane, and reigniting their fan base. One Goal
is a Blackhawks official commemorative book that chronicles the revitalization of this Original Six franchise under new Chairman Rocky Wirtz and President John McDonough. It features captivating photographs from past and present, details of the Winter Classic at Wrigley Field, profiles of current and former players, including Jonathan Toews and Glenn Hall, and legends Stan Mikita, Bobby Hull, and Tony Espositos take on being re-embraced by the organization and their appointments as official Blackhawks ambassadors. From the 300 percent increase in season tickets to the fact that all home games are being televised for the first time in franchise history, Chicago is once again buzzing about hockey and long-suffering fans finally have something to cheer about. One Goal
celebrates the new era in Blackhawks history and is a must-have keepsake for fans of all ages.