"He could score if he wanted to. The parameters of his game, he was always put on a line with the shooter, whether it was me, whether it was Cam Neely, whether it was [ the Capitals'] Peter Bondra," Hull said. "You don't really have much choice if you got a guy who could also move the puck."
"It's just we kind of had the same philosophy on the game, we had the same ideas on the game. To me, I was brought up obviously listening to my father and he instilled in me the game was give-and-go," Hull said. "You've got to move the puck and go and get it back. There was no better guy to do that with than Adam because of his skill set."