Brett Hull Hockey is a licensed ice hockey game featuring the famous hockey player Brett Hull, who at the time was playing for the St. Louis Blues. The rest of the season rosters for 1994 are also included, as the game is licensed by the NHLPA (National Hockey League Players' Association), but are only referred to by their jersey numbers by the announcer. Like EA's NHL franchise, the game depicts the rink from a vertical perspective. It also makes use of low-res movie clips.
Brett Hull Hockey was released on the Super Nintendo and PC MS-DOS in 1994. A Genesis version was planned but canceled. Brett Hull Hockey '95 was an incrementally improved sequel that was released the following year.