Robert Hull (born January 3rd, 1939 in Point Anne, Ontario) was a professional hockey player who was best known for being considered one of the greatest hockey players of all time. It was reported that Bobby died on January 30th, 2023 and his death was simply because of old age. He was 84.
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Hockey PlayerCanadian Born on January 3rd Born in 1939 Born in OntarioDied in 2023Died at age 84Died from Natural causes
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"In my daughter's eyes I am a hero I am strong and wise and I know no fear But the truth is plain to see"
"I thought the whole point of feminism is that you're not supposed to be a pain in the ass like the feminists of the past."
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"When you have the party at your place there's a lot of responsibility to make sure nobody ends up dead in the pool."
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