On November 14th, 2011, Doug Gilmour became a member of the hockey elite after being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Gilmour was joined by fellow greats Ed Belfour, Joe Nieuwendyk, and Mark Howe. Doug's career concluded with a Stanley Cup championship, 1414 career points placing him in 17th place all-time, a Selke trophy and two All-Star game appearances. It was Killer's heart, passion, grit, dedication and desire like no other. He was a fan favourite wherever he played and will go down as one of the

greatest all around players in NHL history. Click here to watch Doug Gilmour's induction speech..

Written by Beta Test — June 11, 2012

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