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Brett Hull Speaker Fees

Brett Hull Agent

Category:

Hall of Famers, Hockey

Title:

Retired Right Wing, Detroit Red Wings & St. Louis Blues

Travels From:

Texas

Fee Range:

$10,001 - $20,000

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Brett Hull Booking Agency Profile

Call PFP Sports Talent Agency at 1.800.966.1380 if you would like to contact a Brett Hull booking agent for a speaking engagement, personal appearance, product endorsement or corporate event. Hockey player, Brett Hull, was born on August 9, 1964 in Belleville, Ontario. Brett Hull is a former NHL player, the current co-general manager of the Dallas Stars, and the son of legendary player Bobby Hull and nephew of Dennis Hull. Brett Hull announced his retirement on October 15, 2005 with 741 career goals, placing him third on the all-time list. He played for the Calgary Flames, St. Louis Blues, Dallas Stars, Detroit Red Wings and Phoenix Coyotes. He also scored a controversial Stanley Cup winning goal on Buffalo Sabres goaltender Dominik Hašek in 1999 to give Dallas their only Cup win. Hull also won the Cup as a member of the Red Wings in 2002. The son of a Canadian father and American mother, he holds dual U.S./Canadian citizenship.

The University of Minnesota Duluth retired Brett Hull's #29 jersey on February 3, 2006, and later that same year, on December 5, 2006, the St. Louis Blues retired his #16. The Blues also changed the name of the stretch of Clark Avenue, the street that Scottrade Center between 14th and 15th Streets in St. Louis, to "Brett Hull Way" and have also announced plans to number the road such that the arena will be number 16. In a recent interview during Hockey Night in Canada, Hull was quoted as saying that he would never coach hockey. He also said the best big-game goalie he ever played with was Ed Belfour, during his time in Dallas, and that the best offensive defencemen he had played with were Sergei Zubov and Nicklas Lidström. The player he said he hated to play against was Chris Chelios. The coaches he said he liked the most were Ken Hitchcock and Scotty Bowman. The person that he said he disliked the most was former Blues coach Mike Keenan, who he often publicly criticized during Keenan's tenure.

At the beginning of the 2006-07 season, Brett Hull returned to the Dallas Stars in a front-office role as special assistant to team president Jim Lites, identifying himself in Dallas Stars television commercials as the team's self-proclaimed "Ambassador of Fun", as well as "Campaign Manager" for Stars players hoping to be voted to the 2007 All Star Game, to be held in Dallas. Before becoming co-GM of the Stars, he answered fan-submitted questions in a weekly editorial entitled "Brett's Bites" on DallasStars.com and was a part-time television studio analyst for both NHL on NBC and the Stars' regular broadcasts on FSN Southwest.

On November 11, 2007, Stars' owner Tom Hicks fired Doug Armstrong as general manager and later named Hull and Les Jackson as interim co-general managers; the pair have been signed as GMs until the end of the 2010-11 NHL season.

Hull was inducted into the the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame on October 29, 2008. Brett Hull and his father Bobby became the first ever father-son hockey duo ever to achieve this honor.

Brett Hull married fellow University of Minnesota Duluth student Alison Curran in Las Vegas on May 27, 1997, though they later divorced. They have one son together: Jude, an ice hockey goalie, and two daughters, Jayde who jumps her horse Athena, and Crosby. Hull married longtime girlfriend Darcie Schollmeyer on July 21, 2006 in Cabo San Lucas.

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