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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 9 August 1964Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Birth NameBrett Andrew Hull
Nickname The Golden Brett
Height 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Brett Hull was born on August 9, 1964 in Belleville, Ontario, Canada as Brett Andrew Hull. He is an actor, known for Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games (2002), Red Alert: Hockeytown 3 (2002) and OL Salt Lake City 2002 (2002). He has been married to Darcie Schollmeyer since July 21, 2006. He was previously married to Alison Curran.

Spouse (2)

Darcie Schollmeyer (21 July 2006 - present)
Alison Curran (23 May 1997 - ?) (divorced) (3 children)

Trivia (32)

Became the first NHL 50-goal scorer's son to also score 50 goals in one season (1989-1990)
Holds Blues all-time record for goals (527)
Holds NHL single-season record for most goals (86) by a right winger (1990-1991)
Makes his off-season home in Duluth, MN
Nephew of Dennis Hull.
Played for United States in 2002 Olympics
Played in seven All-Star games and was named MVP in 1992
Tallied 610 goals, 28 hat tricks and 1,104 points in first 15 NHL seasons
Won Lady Byng Trophy in 1989-1990 for player who displays the most sportsmanlike conduct on and off the ice
Scored his 100th career playoff goal. Hull trails Wayne Gretzky (122), Mark Messier (109) and Jari Kurri (106) on the career playoff goal list. [June 2002]
Signed as an Unrestricted Free Agent (no compensation) with the Detroit Red Wings. [August 2001]
Scored his 610th goal to tie him with his dad, Hall of Famer Bobby Hull. [April 2000]
Signed with the Dallas Stars as a free agent. [July 1998]
Hull is dealt to the St. Louis Blues with Steve Bozek for Rob Ramage and Rick Wamsley. [March 1988]
Scored his 611th goal, moving him ahead of his father for sole possession of ninth place on the NHL's all-time goal scoring list. Brett and Bobby are the only father-son duo to each score 500 career goals. [October 2000]
Drafted in the 6th Round, 117th Overall, in the 1984 Entry Draft by the Calgary Flames.
He and his father have both been named NHL MVP.
Majored in psychology at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
Scored his 709th goal to move into 5th place on the NHL's the all-time list. (16 March 2003)
"Scored" the Stanley Cup-winning goal for the Dallas Stars off his own rebound at 14:51 in the 3rd OT of Game 6 past Buffalo Sabres goalie Dominik Hasek. Even though his left skate clearly violated the man-in-the-crease rule as he whacked at the puck, officials allowed the goal, ruling Hull had mantained control of it throughout. Ironically, Hull and Hasek helped the Detroit Red Wings win the 2002 Stanley Cup. (19 June 1999)
Has dual American/Canadian citizenship.
Only one of his siblings who was born in Canada while on a family vacation
Opted to play for the United States in international competition after Canadian National Team head coach Dave King said his skating wasn't fast enough to play for Canada, meanwhile Doug Peterson, the USA head coach guaranteed him a roster spot for the 1987 Canada Cup
Has 2 older brothers, Bobby Jr and Bart, one younger brother, Blake, and a younger sister, Michelle Hull.
He scored NHL goals #600 & #601 on December 31st 1999 at Reunion Arena, Dallas vs. The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. While doing so he became only the 12th player in history to reach 600 NHL goals. Goal #601 was also the last goal of the millenium.
Scored his 100th career playoff goal vs. Arturs Irbe in game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Hull trails Wayne Gretzky (122), Mark Messier (109) and Jari Kurri (106) on the career playoff goal list. His dad, Bobby, scored just 65. [June 2002]
Brett and ex-wife Alison have three children, a son, Jude, and two daughters, Jayde and Crosby Catherine.
Son of Hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Hull and Joanne Hull-Robinson.
Retired from the NHL after 19 seasons of dominating performances. He played only 5 games in the 2005-2006 season before calling it quits, siting that not playing during the lockout caused him to be slowed in the "new NHL". [October 2005]
Fired as co-GM of the Dallas Stars and replaced by Joe Nieuwendyk. [May 2009]
(November 13) Named interim co-general manager of the Dallas Stars. [2007]
(August 6) Signed a two-year, $4.5 million contract with the Phoenix Coyotes. The Coyotes - formerly the Winnipeg Jets - unretired the #9 worn by Bobby Hull, Brett's father, who played for them. [2004]

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