Brett and Bobby Hull

Bobby and Brett Hull

Die-hard fans can easily recite the names of sports' greatest father-son combos, including baseball's Griffeys and Bondses, basketball's Barrys and Hills and football's Mannings, to name a few.

But none of pairings quite reach the level of hockey's Bobby and Brett Hull.

Brett's 2009 Hockey Hall of Fame induction made "The Golden Jet" and "The Golden Brett" just the second father-son player combo to receive that honor across the four major pro sports (after fellow NHL legends Lester and Lynn Patrick.)

Also the only father-son MVP winners in any sport, the Hulls each won Stanley Cup titles, Bobby in 1961 (Chicago Blackhawks) and Brett in 1999 (Dallas Stars) and 2002 (Detroit Red Wings.)

When Brett began his career, few expected he would approach his father's 16-season career goals total of 610. Brett, however, would go on to score 741 regular season goals, good for third all-time in the NHL, before retiring in 2005.