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93 Doug Gilmour

Doug Gilmour

Center
NHL Seasons: 18
Buffalo Seasons: 2

Born: June 25, 1963; Kingston, Ontario
Height: 5'11" Weight: 185
Shoots: Left
Last Amateur Club: Cornwall (OHL)
How Acquired: Along with Jean-Pierre Dumont from Chicago on March 10, 1999, in exchange for Michal Grosek

After 18 seasons in the NHL, Doug Gilmour has hung up the skates. The announcement came Saturday morning, two days after the Sabres were eliminated from the 2001 Stanley Cup playoffs. Gilmour had 2 goals and 4 assists in the Sabres run for the Cup this year. He had 7 goals and 31 assists in the 2000-2001 regular season.

In his Hall of Fame career, Gilmour played with St. Louis, Calgary, Toronto, New Jersey, Chicago, and Buffalo. He won the Stanley Cup in 1989 with Calgary. Doug won the Selke trophy for being the best defensive forward in the league in 1993. He was the first person to record 200 assists with 3 teams. Gilmour is 18th on the all-time points list. He is eligible for Hall of Fame induction in 2004.

Career Stats (Buffalo Stats)
Games: 1342 (82)
Goals: 429 (10)
Assists: 914 (45)
Points: 1343 (55)
+/-: 145 (6)
PIM: 1217 (82)
PPG: 145 (6)
SHG: 18 (0)
GWG: 54 (0)
Shots: 2670 (104)
Shot %: 16.1% (9.6%)

Playoffs
Games: 165 (18)
Goals: 56 (2)
Assists: 121 (5)
Points: 177 (7)
PIM: 219 (12)