Doug Gilmour has joined the Scotiabank Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer team!
There was no more beloved Toronto Maple Leafs than Doug Gilmour in the early 1990s. Doug began his career with the St. Louis Blues, and through 20 outstanding seasons, also played with the Calgary Flames (where he won a Stanley Cup championship in 1989), the Leafs, New Jersey Devils, Chicago Blackhawks, Buffalo Sabres, Montreal Canadiens and then returned to Toronto to conclude his career. He collected a staggering 450 goals and 1,414 points through 1,474 regular season NHL games, earning induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011. During his six seasons with the Maple Leafs, Doug helped lead the team to two conference finals, won the Selke Trophy as the league’s top defensive forward and was a Hart Trophy finalist as the NHL’s most valuable player. He wore the captain’s ‘C,’ and now has his number 93 retired by the franchise to honour his extraordinary accomplishments. In 2017, his autobiography was published: Killer, My Life in Hockey.