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Looking Back: Doug Gilmour



Doug Gilmour played for the Blues, Flames, Maple Leafs, Devils, Blackhawks, Sabres, Canadians, and then back to the Leafs for 1 last game between 1983 through the 02-03 season.

Where would Doug stand with today's style of play? Who would he be closest to in today's NHL? Could he still be the dominant player he was back when Don Cherry declared him the "Best player in the world" back in 93? Would he still be as popular with the Toronto Maple Leafs? Which team would he fit in with, and who would be his best linemates?

Here's some stats:

Regular Season:
Games: 1474
Goals: 450
Assists: 964
Points: 1414

Playoffs:
Games: 182
Goals : 60
Assists: 128
Points: 188

Doug is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, holds the record for the fastest back to back shorthanded goals (4 seconds), twice elected to the All Star game and won a Stanley Cup with the Calgary Flames in 89.

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