Hall of Famer and former St. Louis Blues Brett Hull acknowledges the cheering fans during the pregame ceremony for Brett Hull Hall of Fame Night before an NHL hockey game between the Calgary Flames and the St. Louis Blues, Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2009 in St. Louis. Hull, the St. Louis Blues' career leading scorer, is rejoining the organization in the front office.THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Tom Gannam
ST. LOUIS - Hall of Famer Brett Hull, the St. Louis Blues' career leading scorer, is rejoining the organization in the front office.
The team set a Monday news conference in the Scottrade Center concourse, with the public invited.
The 49-year-old Hull set several team records in 11 seasons with St. Louis, with five 50-goal seasons, including a franchise-record 86 in 1990-91. His No. 16 jersey was retired in 2006. He holds records for goals, hat tricks, game-winning goals, power-play goals and shots on goal, and is second in assists, points and short-handed goals.
Hull won a Stanley Cup with the Dallas Stars and has been an executive with the Stars.