Blackhawks great Bobby Hull gets another big honor in the Chicago area, an ice rink named after him.
The new $3.5 million facility located near 34th Street and Laramie Avenue will be named the "Bobby Hull Community Ice Rink." It will open Dec. 4 following a ceremony at 1 p.m.
Hull is scheduled to be there, as are more than a dozen current Blackhawks players.
Bobby Hull played for the Blackhawks between 1957 and 1972. He returned as a team ambassador in 2008.