The son of hockey legend Bobby Hull, Brett Hull has emerged from his father's shadow to become the NHL's hottest player, a superstar scorer who racked up 158 goals in 158 games before being voted Most Popular All-Star and Most Valuable Player in 1991. His remarkable book is the portrait of a jaw-dropping talent who brings spice to the ice by simply having fun.
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