Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - Brett Hull - Treasure Chest
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On March 7, 1987 this plaque was presented by the Owners, Management and fans of the Moncton Flames to Brett Hull after he broke the AHL record for most consecutive games with a goal or more.  Hull would record goal #14 on February 21, 1987.
On March 7, 1987 this plaque was presented by the Owners, Management and fans of the Moncton Flames to Brett Hull after he broke the AHL record for most consecutive games with a goal or more. Hull would record goal #14 on February 21, 1987.
Detroit Red Wings helmet worn by Brett Hull during the 2002-03 NHL regular season and Stanley Cup playoffs.
Detroit Red Wings helmet worn by Brett Hull during the 2002-03 NHL regular season and Stanley Cup playoffs.
Western Conference jersey worn by Brett Hull during the 1996 NHL All-Star Game and his Team USA jersey worn during the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.
Western Conference jersey worn by Brett Hull during the 1996 NHL All-Star Game
and his Team USA jersey worn during the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.
Three of Hull's hockey cards as a member of the St. Louis Blues: a 1990-91 Pro Set Goal Leader card (left), a 1990-91 O-Pee-Chee Lady Byng Winner card (middle) and a 1990 Topps  Highlight card (right).
Three of Hull's hockey cards as a member of the St. Louis Blues: a 1990-91 Pro Set Goal Leader card (left), a 1990-91 O-Pee-Chee Lady Byng Winner card (middle) and a 1990 Topps Highlight card (right).
Stick used by Brett Hull as a member of the St. Louis Blues to score his 86th goal of the 1990-91 NHL season.
Stick used by Brett Hull as a member of the St. Louis Blues
to score his 86th goal of the 1990-91 NHL season.