St. Louis Blues: Top 10 Single-Season Performances in Team History

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7. Brett Hull (1991-92)

73 games, 70 goals (9 game-winners, 8 hat tricks), 39 assists, -2 rating; 6 postseason games, 4 goals, 4 assists; NHL All-Star

While most players throughout NHL history would have done despicable things for the opportunity to score 70 goals in a single season, that feat was basically a drop in the bucket for Brett Hull during the height of his prime. Hull’s third-highest scoring output came in 1991-92, when he led the NHL in goals but experienced a drop-off from his production in the two prior seasons. Nevertheless, his 91-92 season was crucial in his evolution as perhaps the best player in Blues history, and he was a very good all-around point producer, averaging 1.49 points per game during the regular season and 1.33 during the postseason.

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