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  Doug Gilmour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gilmour was the runner-up for the Hart Trophy as regular-season MVP and won the Selke Trophy as best defensive forward, the first major NHL award that a Leaf player had won since 1967.
Gilmour, a well travelled player by this time, then signed as a free agent in 2001 with the Montreal Canadiens, where he would fill a much needed role as a veteran leader.
Gilmour had a good playoff run with the Canadiens but it was cut short by the Carolina Hurricanes in the second round.
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 Doug Gilmour   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
Doug Gilmour was selected 134th overall by the St. Louis Blues in the 1982 NHL Entry Draft after helping the Cornwall Royals to win their second straight Memorial Cup championship.
Despite his offensive prowess, Gilmour was considered a defensive specialist during his early years in St. Louis, but in his fourth season of 1986-87 he scored a career-high 42 goals and placed fifth in the NHL with 105 points.
Gilmour was traded to Toronto on January 2, 1992 and he emerged as one of the top stars in the game during his time with the Maple Leafs.
www.hockeyresearch.com /jwood/bios/doug_gilmour.htm   (341 words)

  
 Oldtimers' Hockey Challenge - Players - Doug Gilmour
When Doug Gilmour made the move to the Cornwall Royals in the OHL, he was a solid defensive forward who could also score, although his size was considered a major stumbling block in the eyes of most NHL scouts.
Gilmour found himself near the bottom of the team's depth chart at center, but a depleted roster allowed him to play on the fourth line as a defensive specialist and he returned to his checking ways.
Gilmour was named the team captain in 1994-95 before the lockout shortened season and remained a popular player in Toronto even as the team began to struggle.
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 Doug Gilmour Biography, Pictures and Stats - Home of the Toronto Maple Leafs
Doug Gilmour was born on June 25, 1963 in Kingston, Ontario.
Doug came into his own playing in what most consider to be the hockey capital of the world.
Doug Gilmour retired from the game and is by far one of the more popular ex-Maple Leafs to this day.
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 1982 NHL Entry Draft -- Doug Gilmour
Gilmour argued that the slash on Sandstrom was minor and the reason he faced additional punishment was because Sandstrom had been hurt.
Gilmour initially refused to comment on the lawsuit, but his first wife, Robyne, was quick to deny the allegations and said her husband was not guilty in any way.
Gilmour, who later joined his wife in denying the charges, was plagued by prank phone calls to his home, while Blues officials were unhappy at being asked by the media to comment on the issue.
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 Doug Gilmour | Kingston Ontario Canada
Gilmour was dealt to Toronto from Montreal at last season's trade deadline but suffered a season-ending knee injury in his first game back with the Maple Leafs.
Gilmour won the Stanley Cup with the Calgary Flames in 1989.
"Doug Gilmour was the 'heart and soul' of the Toronto Maple Leafs and he wore our sweater with pride.
www.citylifeontario.com /kingston/douggilmour.html   (350 words)

  
 Chill Magazine: The Hockey Issue 2003 - DOUG GILMOUR MY NEXT 30 YEARS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
Doug Gilmour, who's had it up to here with even well-intentioned inquiries about what he's going to do now that he's not a professional hockey player anymore, has taken to answering the question obliquely, by saying it with a song.
Accepting that Gilmour is indeed done, passing on from the NHL and into an afterlife beyond the game, is disorienting, possibly even more so to his vast constituency of fans than to the aging and busted-up athlete himself.
Gilmour, watching from his season's ticket seats, sweated out the first-round series against Philadelphia with everybody else, declining Quinn's offer of traveling with the team as he tried frantically to coax his knee back to minimal game-shape, if the team's playoffs had extended deeper into spring.
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 Buffalo Sabres Alumni Assocciation
Gilmour also signed with a team in Germany because he didn't think the Blues were going to sign him for the 1983-84 season.
Doug led the Blues with 42 goals, 63 assists and 105 points as the team won the Norris Division season title, but there was no playoff success that season.
Gilmour's arrival as one of the best players in the National Hockey League was made official when he was named to Team Canada for the magical 1987 Canada Cup tournament.
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 CBC Sports: NHL veteran Gilmour retires   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
Gilmour, one of the most beloved and respected players in recent NHL history, announced his retirement after 20 NHL seasons on Monday.
Gilmour was re-acquired by the Toronto Maple Leafs from the Montreal Canadiens at the NHL's trade deadline last season.
Gilmour was drafted by the St. Louis Blues in the seventh round, 134th overall at the 1982 Entry Draft and played five seasons for the Blues.
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 Doug Gilmour: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
Doug Gilmour (born June 25, EHandler: no quick summary.
He acquired "Killer" (a nickname given to Gilmour by a St. Louis teammate because of the fierce look in his eyes) as well as many other players that would help the Leafs and their Stanley Cup dreams.
Gilmour had a good playoff run with the Canadiens but it was cut short by the Carolina Hurricanes Carolina Hurricanes quick summary:
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 Doug Gilmour
Doug Gilmour (born June 25, 1963 in Kingston, Ontario) was a player in the National Hockey League.
After being traded from Chicago to the New Jersey Devils, Gilmour was again traded to the Buffalo Sabres where he spent a couple of seasons.
Then Gilmour, a well travelled player by this time, was traded to the Montreal Canadiens, the Maple Leafs' rivals.
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 Doug Gilmour   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
Doug Gilmour (born June 25, 1963 in Kingston, Ontario (Kingston, Ontario: more facts about this subject)) was a player in the National Hockey League (National Hockey League: the national hockey league (nhl) is a professional sports organization composed of ice...
Gilmour ended up scoring that game and in the closing ceremonies, Gilmour was given a standing ovation by the Toronto fans, showing that even though he had been traded, he was forever a Toronto Maple Leaf.
Gilmour had a good playoff run with the Canadiens but it was cut short by the Carolina Hurricanes (Carolina Hurricanes: colspan=2
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 Tie Domi ecstatic at return of old friend Doug Gilmour to Leafs lineup
CALGARY (CP) - When Tie Domi heard that Doug Gilmour might be heading to the Toronto Maple Leafs prior to the trade deadline, the tough guy got on the phone and repeatedly called his former teammate.
Gilmour became one of the most popular Leafs ever when he first played with the Leafs from 1992 to '97.
Gilmour will be familiar with many of his new and old teammates from his days with both the Leafs and the Flames.
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 Inside the Hangar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
Doug Gilmour was born in Kingston on June 25, 1963.
Gilmour would make an impact right from his first game as a Leaf, when he scored 90 seconds after the opening faceoff in a loss to Detroit.
Although the team would fail to reach the heights of the previous 2 seasons, Gilmour's leadership was never questioned, and he is still regarded today as one of the Leafs' greatest captains as he continued to play with the same pride, dedication, and passion that he showed throughout his NHL career.
www.penaltybox.com /legends/doug_gilmour.html   (695 words)

  
 Killer On The Loose
Secondly, Gilmour was very concerned how his young daughter would be effected and wanted to spend the time with both her and his family.
Gilmour told officials that he was exhausted and that he had not slept since Fletcher's call the previous night.
Gilmour alluded to the fact that he coveted the opportunity to eat at restaurants and not be recognized.
www.lcshockey.com /issues/64/feature4.asp   (1263 words)

  
 Doug Gilmour
Doug Gilmour (born June 25, 1963) started his career with the St.
He aquired "Killer" (a nickname given to Gilmour by a St. Louis teammate because of the fierce look in his eyes) as well as many other players that would help the Leafs and their Stanley Cup dreams.
Everyone who saw the game remembers Doug's wraparound goal on Curtis Joseph[?] where he kept going back and forth behind the net and finally slid it into the net behind a sprawling Joseph.
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 TheStar.com - Speakout: Doug Gilmour retires   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
Doug Gilmour was the main reason I was not ashamed to be a Leafs fan again.
Doug Gilmour was the heart and soul of the Maple Leafs, and almost took us the promised land in 1993.
Gilmour was a great player and one of the best captains the Leafs ever had but the reality is his time has come.
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 Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Doug Gilmour
Cornwall repeated as Memorial Cup champions and Gilmour, who'd been passed over in his first year of draft eligibility, was selected by St. Louis in the seventh round, 134th overall.
Still, Gilmour's size worried management in St. Louis and he almost began his pro career in Germany when he couldn't reach a deal with the Blues.
Then signed on as a free agent with the Montreal Canadiens in October 2001, and went on to play parts of two seasons with the Habs before he was dealt back to Toronto at the trading deadline in 2003.
www.legendsofhockey.net:8080 /LegendsOfHockey/jsp/SearchPlayer.jsp?player=10539   (1026 words)

  
 Doug Gilmour made my dreams come true   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
Doug Gilmour was about 10 feet away, talking to Bob Goodenow, president of the NHL Players’ Association.
Gilmour signed the jersey for me and expressed surprise that I had been in the bidding.
Gilmour was reportedly ready to retire, but decided to play for a couple more seasons.
observer.thecentre.centennialcollege.ca /sports/gilmour031403.htm   (971 words)

  
 The Fourth Period :: Toronto Maple Leafs :: Gilmour ends 'Killer' career
Doug Gilmour, a 20-year NHL veteran, announced his retirement Monday.
Gilmour, who was traded back to the Toronto Maple Leafs at the trade deadline last season, made the announcement official at 1:00pm ET in Toronto.
Gilmour was originally drafted by the St. Louis Blues in the 7th round, 134th overall, at the 1982 Entry Draft.
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 LCS Hockey: Born Again
It was in Jersey that the career of Doug Gilmour jumped the shark.
Gilmour scored 16 and 22 goals, respectively, before having to rent a U-Haul truck and drive his belongings to Buffalo.
I always considered Doug Gilmour to be a hard-nosed player, not troubled to go into the boards and dig out the John Ziegler autographed puck.
www.lcshockey.com /may02/gilmour.asp   (780 words)

  
 ESPN.com - Gilmour back to Leafs; Housley parts with 'Hawks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
Gilmour, a popular captain of the Maple Leafs from 1992 to 1997, was acquired from the rival Canadiens for future considerations.
Gilmour and Housley are both 39 and entering the option years on their contracts.
Gilmour, who has 11 goals and 19 assists in 61 games this season, passed Dale Hawerchuk this season for 13th place on the NHL scoring list.
sports.espn.go.com /espn/print?id=1521796&type=news   (576 words)

  
 Doug Gilmour   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
Doug Gilmour Doug Gilmour (born June 25, 1963 in Kingston, Ontario) was a player in the National Hockey League.
After six as a Leaf during which he built up a large fan base, Gilmour was traded by Fletcher to the New Jersey Devils in 1997.
In spring, 2000 Gilmour was again traded to the Buffalo Sabres where he spent a couple of seasons.
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 Doug Gilmour: A Canadian Hero
Don Gilmour stressed the basic skills - skating, stickhandling and balance - and demanded hard play from all of his players, an attribute that is especiall prevalent in Doug today.
My first encounter with Doug Gilmour started at a motorcycle shop in Toronto where he was checking out a sharp Harley that he had his eye on.
With Doug Gilmour as spokesman, the program consists of a line of casual clothes for the fans designedand worn by NHL players off the ice, as well as a set of Upper Deck trading cards that give fans an inside look at their favorite NHL players.
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 'One more chance'
Doug Gilmour didn't want to retire, he just wished he had got...
 Doug Gilmour came to symbolize hope and heart and everything we seem to love about hockey.
They could have let Gilmour rehab his knee and find out by November or December if there was anything left and then they could have made a decision.
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 CTV.ca - Sabres centre Doug Gilmour says this might be his last season - CTV News, Shows and Sports -- Canadian ...
Gilmour said that he isn't physically worn down now, but he realizes the season is still young and that by the end the hits he absorbs could take their toll.
Gilmour is tied with Dale Hawerchuk for 13th place on the NHL's career assists list with 891 and his 1,314 points rank him 20th.
Gilmour won the Selke Trophy - given to the NHL's best defensive forward - in 1993 with the Maple Leafs, the same season he finished second to Mario Lemieux in the voting for the Hart Trophy.
www.ctv.ca /servlet/ArticleNews/print/CTVNews/1025827611154_21236811?hub=CTVNewsAt11&subhub=PrintStory   (335 words)

  
 Doug Gilmour feature, May 5, 1993
Take it from Doug Gilmour's friends and family: NHL foes are wasting their time trying to break his body and his soul.
Gilmour, who always envisioned himself a Leaf, promised to repay Fletcher and the fans and it shows in his play.
As Doug's coach in his formative years, he began the project by moving him back to defence.
www.canoe.ca /GilmourTrade/gilmour_93.html   (1036 words)

  
 ESPN.com - NHL - Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs Player Card   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
Doug Gilmour has not been involved in any transactions this season.
Doug Gilmour retired Monday after an NHL career in which he played 20 seasons and won a Stanley Cup with the Calgary Flames in 1989.
Toronto Maple Leafs center Doug Gilmour will have major knee surgery next month in an attempt to extend his career.
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 USATODAY.com - Gilmour retires after 20 NHL seasons   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-02)
TORONTO (AP) — Doug Gilmour retired Monday after an NHL career in which he played 20 seasons and won a Stanley Cup with the Calgary Flames in 1989.
Gilmour was drafted by St. Louis in 1982 and also played for Calgary, Toronto, New Jersey, Chicago, Buffalo and Montreal.
Gilmour's wife Amy was teary as she sat beside her husband for the announcement.
www.usatoday.com /sports/hockey/nhl/leafs/2003-09-08-gilmour_x.htm   (589 words)

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