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Brett Hull

Brett Hull Brett Hull was born on August 9, 1964 in Belleville, Ontario, Canada. He played his collegiate hockey with University of Minnesota-Duluth of the WCHA and was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the sixth round, 117th overall in 1984. Following in his great father, Bobby Hull's footsteps, he got his first taste of NHL action in the 1987 playoffs with the Flames. The following season saw Hull play a handfull of games with the big club as he tore up the American Hockey League with the Moncton Golden Flames. With Calgary on the cusp of taking that next step, Brett Hull and Steve Buzek were traded to the St. Louis Blues for Rob Ramage and Rick Wamsley in the spring of 1988. His first full season with the Blues was a mere glimpse of what was in store as Hull scored 41 goals and added 43 assits for 84 points.

The following season he was teamed up with Adam Oates as his center and Brett Hull was the top goal scorer in the NHL with 72 goals and was named a first team All-Star. He would go on to score 86 goals in 1990-91 winning the Hart Trophy and followed that up with his third straight 70+ goal season. Even as his goal production began to drop, Hull would add two more 50 goal seasons and two 40+ goal seasons in St. Louis before signing with the Dallas Stars as an unrestricted free agent in 1998. Hull would finally reach his goal of winning a Stanley Cup as he scored the championship winning goal in 1999. He signed with the Detroit Red Wings in 2001 and once again was part of the 2002 Stanley Cup champs in Detroit. Brett Hull has been one of the most prolific scorers in NHL history. His "one timer" is still feared by goalies around the league and he would be a shoe-in for the Hall of Fame when he retires. Brett Hull signed as a free agent with the Phoenix Coyotes in 2004 and suddenly retired just 5 games into the 2005-06 season.

Here is a summary of Brett Hull's NHL accomplishments;

Year    Team                 GP   G   A   Pts   Pim
1986-87 Calgary Flames        5   1   0     1     0 
1987-88 Calgary Flames       52  26  24    50    12 
1987-88 St. Louis Blues      13   6   8    14     4 
1988-89 St. Louis Blues      78  41  43    84    33 
1989-90 St. Louis Blues      80  72  41   113    24 
1990-91 St. Louis Blues      78  86  45   131    22 
1991-92 St. Louis Blues      73  70  39   109    48 
1992-93 St. Louis Blues      80  54  47   101    41 
1993-94 St. Louis Blues      81  57  40    97    38 
1994-95 St. Louis Blues      48  29  21    50    10 
1995-96 St. Louis Blues      70  43  40    83    30 
1996-97 St. Louis Blues      77  42  40    82    10 
1997-98 St. Louis Blues      66  27  45    72    26 
1998-99 Dallas Stars         60  32  26    58    30 
1999-00 Dallas Stars         79  24  35    59    43 
2000-01 Dallas Stars         79  39  40    79    18 
2001-02 Detroit Red Wings    82  30  33    63    35
2002-03 Detroit Red Wings    82  37  39    76    22 
2003-04 Detroit Red Wings    81  25  43    68    12 
2005-06 Detroit Red Wings     5   0   1     1     0
NHL Totals                 1269 741 650  1391   458 


Trophies Lady Byng Trophy - 1 (1990) Hart Memorial Trophy - 1 (1991) Lester B. Pearson Trophy - 1 (1991)
Championships Stanley Cup - 2 (1999, 2002)
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Calgary Flames, St. Louis Blues, Dallas Stars, Detroit Red Wings, Phoenix Coyotes

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