Trump's Fabulous World of Golf
- 98 and 02 Winter Olympic Games
- U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 2010
Brett Hull, nicknamed “The Golden Brett,” is a member of the NHL Hall of Fame who scored 714 goals over 19 seasons in the NHL, which ranks third all-time in the league. A prolific goal scorer, Hull is only one of two players to score 50 goals in 50 games more than once during his career (Wayne Gretzky is the other). Hull spent the majority of his career playing for the St. Louis Blues, but won Stanley Cup Championships with the Dallas Stars in 1999, and the Detroit Red Wings in 2002. In addition to eight All-Star game selections, Hull won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy for Gentlemanly Play in 1990, the Lester B. Pearson Award for the most outstanding player in the regular season and the Hart Trophy for League’s Most Valuable Player in 1991. Hull retired from playing professionally in 2005, and is currently an Executive V.P. and Alternate Governor of the Dallas Stars.
Hull plays golf 4-5 times a week and plays to a scratch handicap. He finished 11th in the 2010 American Century Championship.
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