Hockey Hall of Famer Brett Hull has consigned dozens of game-worn jerseys, game-used sticks, milestone pucks and even items from his father Bobby’s career to auction.
Game-worn jerseys from Hull’s St. Louis Blues days, along with a handful of gamers from his All-Star appearances, his 1994 “Ninety-Nine Tour” jersey, his 2002 USA Olympics jersey, his Dallas Stars Stanley Cup Finals jersey, and his rare 1996 World Cup of Hockey jersey are up for grabs via Montreal-based Classic Auctions.
Game-used sticks including the one he used to score his 400th career goal and the silver presentation stick he got from the Blues after #500 are on the block.
In an NHL career that lasted from 1986 through 2005, Brett Hull scored 741 goals, the third highest total in NHL history. He’s currently an executive vice-president with the Blues.
The pucks used for the 600th goals of both Brett and Bobby Hull are drawing strong interest but it’s Bobby Hull’s 1972-73 Winnipeg Jets inaugural season jersey that’s got the attention of serious collectors with bids already topping $10,000 and three weeks remaining in the auction.
In all, more than 1,100 hockey and other sports-related items are being sold in Classic’s Fall Auction.
Bidding closes November 4.