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

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3. Brett Hull (1989-90)

80 regular season games, 72 goals (12 game-winners, 5 hat tricks), 41 assists, -1 rating; 12 postseason games, 13 goals, 8 assists; NHL All-Star, Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Recipient

“The Golden Brett” had his first true season for the ages in 1989-90, exceeding both the 50-goal and 100-point marks for the first time in his career. The then-25-year-old stepped out in a major way, exceeding his previous season-high in goals by 31 and his high in points by 29. He also managed to set a career-high in game-winning goals with 12 and earned the NHL’s Lady Byng Trophy, which is awarded to the player who best exhibits sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct.

Perhaps the thing that best stood out about Hull’s 1989-90 campaign was his playoff production, as he averaged 1.75 points per contest as the Blues advanced to the Division Finals. Those 21 points would remain a single-season playoff high for Hull until the 1999-2000 season, when Hull had 24 points in 23 playoff games for the Stanley Cup champion Dallas Stars.

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