What a story to go along with this Bobby Hull record-setting goal puck. The date was Thursday, March 20, 1969 and the place was Boston Garden. Hull needed one goal to tie and two to break his own record of 54 goals in a season. It all happened within a minute late in the third period; two quick power play goals on Gerry Cheevers at 17:19 and 17:32 and the record was set. The 14, 659 mostly-Boston fans gave the Chicago superstar an ovation, even though he had just put the Hawks ahead 5-4 after the Bruins had led 4-0 at one point! It doesn't end there; a lad by the name of Bobby Orr then tied it 5-5 by breaking Flash Hollett's record with his 21st of the season……with one second left on the clock! Indeed, unforgettable memories for those who witnessed the spectacle. The Converse game puck that Hull used to score number 55 was later gilt-coated, creating a fabulous memento. Part of the engraving reads "To Bart With Love From Dad". Bobby Hull will sign a letter of authenticity that will accompany this very special piece of hockey history.