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This Day In Sports History (March 19) — Brett Hull

by: JamieD On  Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Tags:  Brett Hull   Hockey   NHL   St. Louis Blues  

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It was on this day in 1991 that Brett Hull became only the second player in NHL history to score 80 goals in a season.  Hull finished the year with 86 goals – the third most all-time, behind only Wayne Gretzky’s 92 in 1981-82 and Gretzky’s 87 in 1983-84.  Brett also became only the fifth player to score 50 goals in his team’s first 50 games.

Hull was the game’s premier goal scorer in the early ’90′s, scoring an incredible 339 goals from 1989-1994 for an average of almost 68 goals per season.  “The Golden Brett” was paired with Adam Oates to make up one of the NHL’s most feared duos.  Oates was a great playmaker who consistently set Hull up for his trademark one-time slap shot.


Notable Birthdays

Vladimir Konstantinov, NHL – Born March 19th 1967 (age 47) in Murmansk, Soviet Union

Rick Mirer, NFL – Born March 19th 1970 (age 44) in Goshen, Indiana

Hedo Turkoglu, NBA – Born March 19th 1979 (age 35) in Istanbul, Turkey