3.Bobby Hull and Brett Hull
Bobby was known as “The Golden Jet” because of the intense speed he showed in the game of hockey, and also for his blonde hair. He played a combined total of 23 seasons in two hockey organizations, the World Hockey Association and the National Hockey League. A two-time Hart Memorial Trophy winner and three-time Art Ross trophy winner, he helped lead the Blackhawks to the 1961 Stanley Cup, the only one he earned in his career. He would win the WHA’s Avo Cup title three times with the Jets, though. Currently standing 12th in goals and 43rd in points in NHL history, he was elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983.
Bobby’s son, Brett, is also no stranger to success throughout a career. He was The Hockey News‘ minor league hockey player of the year for 1986-87, and the Hart Memorial Trophy and Lester B. Pearson Award winner for the 1990-91 NHL season. Brett is an eight-time All-Star and a two-time Stanley Cup Champion. In fact, he was the one who shot the controversial, game-winning goal in the 1999 Stanley Cup between the Dallas Stars and Buffalo Sabres. Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2009, he and Bobby are the first father-son duo elected to the Hall.