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Gilmour Makes The Hall

June 28, 2011 @ 15:30

Justice prevailed today as the great Dougie G. was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame, one of three former Leafs to get the call.

Joe Nieuwendyk and Ed Belfour were the others.

A 20-year NHL career -- 1,414 points and 450 goals. He's won the Stanley Cup with Calgary in 1989, scoring the winning goal in the deciding game.

The only blemish on his career is the two seasons he had to play for the Habs in those goofy clown suits.

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September 17, 2011 / 20:46

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