Dennis Hull played football and J. O.H.A. hockey while he attended St. Catharines Collegiate. From there his career led him to playing in the N.H.L. playing left wing for the Chicago Black Hawks from 1964-1978. During that time Dennis also played in the Canada Russia Series Hockey in 1972, as well as playing with the Chicago team when they went to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1973. After his hockey career Dennis became the Athletic Director of Illinois Institute of Technology in 1980, and was named Director of Sports Ridley College in 1981. In addition Dennis was also the speaker at Shrine . Of C. Sport Celebrity Dinner for 1978, 1986, 1990, 1995, and 1999, and then was the emcee for 2001.
- N.H.L. Chicago Black Hawks Left Wing Player, 1964-78
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
- St. Catharines Sports Hall of Fame, 2001