Brett Hull. Born: August 9, 1964. Birthplace: Belleville, ON, CAN. Shoots: Right. Draft: 1984 CGY, 6th rd, 12th pk (117th overall) View Player Bio +. Follow HOFBlues16 Follow NHL. Season. GP.
Brett Andrew Hull (born August 9, 1964) is a Canadian – American former ice hockey player and general manager, and currently an executive vice president of the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League (NHL). He played for the Calgary Flames, St. Louis Blues, Dallas Stars, Detroit Red Wings and Phoenix Coyotes between 1986 and 2005.
Brett Hull. Position: RW • Shoots: Right 5-11, 203lb (180cm, 92kg) Born: August 9, 1964 in Belleville, Ontario ca. Draft: Calgary, 6th round (117th overall), 1984 NHL Entry. Amateur Teams: Minnesota-Duluth. Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player 2009 . Relatives: Father Bobby Hull. Twitter: @HOFBlues16. More bio, uniform, draft, salary info
Brett Hull was to the hockey manor born, as the son of Bobby Hull, “The Golden Jet,” a Chicago Black Hawk who is considered one of the greatest NHL players ever, but he would shine on his own. Although Bobby Hull was Canadian, Brett’s mother was American and he has always played for the US in international competition.
Brett Hull, the son of Bobby Hull, grew up watching his father play in the NHL and the WHA. Hull moved to North Vancouver, BC, with his mother Joanne McKay, a former figure skater, in the late 1970s after his parents had divorced. He played bantam and midget hockey with the North Shore Winter Club.
“Brett Hull is grade 11 drunk right now,” actor Gerry Dee posted. It remains to be seen what Twitter can expect from Hull come Game 7 on Wednesday night.
Brett Hull. Right Wing. Born Aug 9 1964 -- Belleville, ONT. [58 yrs. ago] Height 5.10 -- Weight 200 [178 cm/91 kg] Drafted by Calgary Flames. - round 6 #117 overall 1984 NHL Entry Draft. Regular Season. Playoffs.
The son of Brett Hull took to Twitter Monday night to show his disapproval of Alex Ovechkin’s 741st career NHL goal – the goal that tied his father for fourth on the NHL’s all-time goals list. Jude Hull, 27, gave three thumbs down to a video of Ovechkin’s milestone tying tally.