HIGHLIGHTS: 1,036 games, 604 goals, 549 assists, plus-115 rating
Armed with superb speed, superior strength and a screaming slap shot clocked at 120 mph, Hull was the most feared and effective scorer Chicago has known. He ranked second in league history in goals scored when he left for the WHA in 1972. He earned two league MVP awards (1965 and '66), three Art Ross Trophies and the title of Associated Press Player of the '60s.
HIGHLIGHTS: 711 games, 258 goals, 282 assists
The most thrilling day of Mosie's Hall of Fame career came on March 23, 1952, when he scored three goals in 21 seconds against Rangers goalie Lorne Anderson, the fastest hat trick in NHL history. (It led to this postgame photo.) Amazingly, Mosienko nearly scored a fourth goal seconds after the third, but his shot sailed inches wide of the goal post.