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28 years ago: Hull records first 100-point season

by Brett Barczewski / St. Louis Blues

Twenty-eight years ago today, Brett Hull reached his first 100-point season in just his 67th game.

It was March 3, 1990 when Brett Hull recorded his 100th point of the season thanks to a four-point performance against the visiting New York Islanders. He scored goals No. 63 and and 64 of the season and recorded assists No. 37 and 38. His second assist of the game was his 100th point.

Hull, along with his father Bobby, became the first father/son team in NHL history to both reach 100 points in a season.

"Compare me to him favorably and I say, 'That's great being compared to a legend,'" Brett said.

Hull went on to lead the Blues in the 1989-90 season with 113 points, scoring 72 goals and recording 41 assists. It was his first of four straight seasons with at least 100 points and was the second-highest point total in his career, trailing only his 131 point season in 1990-91. His four 100-point seasons share the 19th most in NHL history, along with Bernie Federko, who also recorded four 100-point seasons in his career

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