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Blackhawks to honor Dennis Hull with ‘One More Shift’

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The ceremony will be before Chicago’s home game against Calgary on Monday.

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The Blackhawks will honor former forward Dennis Hull with “One More Shift” prior to Monday night’s game against the Flames at the United Center, the team announced Friday morning.

The Blackhawks’ “One More Shift” program is an ode to former players that allows fans to recognize them one more time as they skate on the United Center ice. Hull will take the ice during the national anthem after starting lineups are announced. In-arena elements will also feature highlights of his career with the Blackhawks.

In 13 seasons with the Blackhawks, Hull scored 640 points (298 goals, 342 assists) in 904 games, the eighth-most games played in franchise history.

Hull will be the second participant in the “One More Shift” program this season after current television color commentator and former forward Eddie Olczyk did so in November.

Chicago has honored several former players with “One More Shift,” including Bryan Bickell, Eric Daze, Troy Murray, Al Secord and the late Stan Mikita last season.