Brett's father, Bobby Hull, is in the NHL Hall of Fame.
Brett has scored the second most power-play goals in NHL history (265) and the third most game-winning goals (110).
Brett and his father Bobby Hull are the only father-son players to each score at least 600 goals in their NHL careers.
As of 2006, in NHL history only Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe have scored more goals than Brett Hull.
Brett signed with the Phoenix Coyotes on August 6, 2004, but because of the NHL lock out he only played five games with them before his retirement.
Brett Hull announced his retirement from the NHL on October 15,2005.
Brett is 5' 11" tall and weighs 205 lbs.
On March 7, 1988, Brett was traded from the Calgary Flames to the St. Louis Blues.
On June 9,1984, Brett was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the 6th round. He was the 117th pick overall.
Brett could have played for the Candian team or the American team for the Olympics. The Canadian team cut him, and he vowed he would only play for the U.S. in international play.