Toronto Maple Leafs legend Doug Gilmour career in numbers speaks for itself.
The Kingston, Ontario, native played in over 1600 NHL games, putting up 1600 points and winning the Stanley Cup in 1989.
In January 2009, Gilmour became the seventeenth player to be honored by the Maple Leafs when his #93 was raised to the rafters in Toronto. Two years later, he was selected for Induction to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
During his playing days, Gilmour both chirped other players and definitely got his fair share back.
In April, he was a guest on the Syrup Youtube show. Gilmour got to rate a bunch of hockey chirps, and it truly is awesome!
Watch the clip down below!
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