How fast can Bobby Hull skate?
I believe Bobby Hull was clocked at 29 MPH
It was a combination of Stan Mikita and Bobby Hull. One game Mikita got his stick stuck in the bench door and pulled it out and it was curved. Then in frustration he took a slap shot and the puck sailed off the ice about 2 feet. Then at a later practice Hull saw his shot and Mikita and Hull from then on curved their sticks on purpose to get a higher shot.
Bobby Hull who average 1.1 points per game Luc Robitaille, highest scoring left winger in NHL history, only had .97 points per game due to an elongated season and the fact that Bobby Hull played in the WHA for 8 years as a Winnipeg Jet and those goals don't count. So the correct answer is, Bobby Hull.
The hardest shot in the history of hockey. With the advances in the equipment that todays players have Bobby Hull would have shot the puck over 130 miles per hour today opposed to the 120mph he did shoot it at. Imagine how fast the "Golden Jet" would have skated with todays lightweight skates compared to the old heavy ones he went along at 29.7mph i. It is also worth noting that Hull probably never lifted…