Brett Hull is one of the NHL's leading scorers of all time.
was drafted out of the Junior A British Columbia Junior Hockey League's
Penticton Knights in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft by the Calgary Flames.
Hull then played two years of college hockey for the University of
Minnesota-Duluth before turning pro during the 1986 NHL playoffs. He
spent most of the 1986-87 season with the minor league Moncton Golden
Flames, before being recalled to the NHL for the 1988 season.
March of that year, he was traded to the St. Louis Blues. Hull played
eleven seasons for St. Louis before signing with the Dallas Stars as a
free agent before the 1999 season. He helped the team capture the
Stanley Cup that season, scoring the Cup-winning goal. Hull also won
the Stanley Cup in 2002 with the Detroit Red Wings.
Hull announced his retirement on October 15, 2005 with 741 career goals, placing him third on the all-time list.