Hull Signs Two-year Deal with Coyotes


Former Red Wing Brett Hull signed a two-year deal with the Phoenix Coyotes on Friday. The contract’s financial terms were not disclosed.

Hull, who ranks third all-time in NHL goals scored behind Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe, played for the Red Wings for three seasons. He won his second career Stanley Cup with Detroit in 2002.

“He is a dynamic player who creates excitement every time he enters the offensive zone,” Phoenix general manager Michael Barnett said.

Hull has scored 741 goals and added 649 assists in 1,264 career NHL games. He has also scored 103 goals and 87 assists in 202 career playoff games.

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