Looking Back: Doug Gilmour
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12-05-2012, 09:32 PM
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Originally Posted by
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There's an important distinction between Toews, Clarke, and Bergeron vs. Gilmour; the first three contended for Selke in years other than outlier career seasons. Gilmour's Selke win in 1993 and subequent runner-up finish in 1994 were artifacts of his offensive performances those two years.
Realistically, Gilmour was a good but not great offensive center with a gritty, physical game, good faceoff skills, and a strong but not elite defensive game. LA seems to have the two best comparisons in Kopitar and Richards.
Absolutely ridiculous and untrue.
Gilmour was elite defensively throughout his career.
Laughable and bias post.
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