The 28 greatest Canadians to star in the NHL

[post_page_title]Brett Hull[/post_page_title]
The Canadian-born winger scored 741 goals throughout his 19-seasons in the NHL, good for fourth on the all-time leaders list. Hull scored 40+ goals in eight different seasons, and 30+ during 13 seasons. Hull signed with the Dallas Stars and won his first cup during his first season in Dallas in 1999. He would win his next ring in 2002 while playing in Detroit. During that postseason run, Hull scored ten goals in 23 games, adding another eight assists. Hull, a dual citizen, opted to play for team USA, winning a Olympic silver in 2002 and World Cup gold in 1996.

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