Hall of Famer Brett Hull is set to rejoin the St. Louis Blues after 15 years away from the organization.
Hull will be introduced at a news conference on Monday evening, with reports saying he'll be named vice president of the club.
The franchise's leading goal scorer, the 49-year-old Hull played 11 seasons with the Blues. He ranks first in regular-season goals (527), playoff goals (67), playoff points (117), regular-season hat-tricks (27) and playoff games (102).
Drafted by the Calgary Flames in the sixth round (117th overall) in 1984, Hull left the Blues in 1998 after signing with the Dallas Stars as a free agent. He also played three season with the Detroit Red Wings and one season with the Phoenix Coyotes before announcing his retirement on October 15, 2005.
Following his on ice career, the Belleville, Ontario native was the Stars' executive vice president and alternate governor.