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John Gilmour



  • DOB: 5/17/1993
  • Ht: 6-0
  • Wt: 190
  • Years on Team: 2
  • Hometown: Montreal, Que.

Career Notes:  2017-18:  Led Wolf Pack defensemen, and tied for third overall on team, in assists (20) and finished second among team blueliners in points (25) and goals (6)...Posted first career NHL assist in 3-2 NY Ranger win @ Edmonton 3/3...Became first rookie defenseman in NY Ranger history to tally an overtime goal 2/28 @ Vancouver...Notched his first career NHL point with a goal, and tied for the game high with five shots, 2/13 @ Minnesota...Had two shots on goal and a +1 in NHL debut 2/9 vs. Calgary...Earned first career NHL recall from NY Rangers 2/9, and remained in NHL for balance of season...Surpassed his rookie-season point and assist totals with helper in 5-4 overtime win 2/7 vs. Bridgeport...Represented Wolf Pack in 2018 All-Star Classic 1/28 & 1/29 in Utica, and won CCM Fastest Skater event in AHL Skills Competition 1/28, with a lap time of 13.663 seconds, the fourth-fastest time in the history of the event...Posted an assist for a third straight game (0-3-3) in 4-0 win vs. Charlotte 1/27...Had primary assist on Cole Schneider's OT-GWG, and put five shots on net, equaling pro career high, in 4-3 win 1/24 @ Utica...Netted GWG in 3-2 victory @ Providence 1/5 (Second Star)...Notched 1-1-2 in First-Star performance 12/20 @ Lehigh Valley (5-4 overtime win), extending a point streak to a pro career-high four games (3-5-8)...Registered an assist and five shots, which equaled a pro career high, 12/16 @ Springfield, in his 100th career pro game, stretching a point-scoring streak to three games (2-4-6), which tied his then-personal pro best...Posted his first multi-goal game as a pro with two scores, including his first career pro GWG, and tied a personal pro high with three points, in First-Star performance 12/15 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (7-3 win)...Registered his first multiple-point game of the season with two assists 12/10, in 5-3 win vs. Springfield...Stretched a point streak to three straight games (1-2-3), tying a then-personal pro high, with an assist 11/24 @ Bridgeport...Posted an assist for a second straight game, and tied a pro career high with five shots on goal, 11/12 vs. Laval...Netted his first goal of the season in 4-3 win @ Springfield 10/14...2016-17:  Finished second among Wolf Pack defensemen in points, goals and assists (6-19-25)...One of three Wolf Pack skaters to play in all 76 of team's games...Assisted on Nicklas Jensen's third-period GWG in 4-3 win vs. Springfield 4/7...Earned Third-Star honors 3/31 vs. Hershey (goal in 3-0 victory)...Notched his first three-point game as a pro with a team season-high three assists 2/3 vs. Utica (Third Star in 4-3 victory)...Named game's Second Star 1/11 @ Rochester (two assists in 3-1 win)...Tied personal season high with five shots on goal 12/14 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton...Scored for a second consecutive game for his first time as a pro 12/7 vs. Springfield, extending a point-scoring streak to three games (2-1-3)...Goal 12/4 @ Toronto gave him his first career pro point streak (1-1-2)...Had a game-high, and personal pro high, five shots on net 11/23 vs. Bridgeport...Scored Wolf Pack's first PPG of season in 5-4 overtime win @ Lehigh Valley 10/22...Tallied 1-1-2 in pro debut 10/14 vs. St. John's (Second Star in 6-3 win)...2015-16:  Notched second-most points (23) and goals (9) among Providence College (HE) defensemen...Finished season fifth among NCAA defensemen in power-play points (16) and tied for fifth in power-play assists (12)…2014-15:  Helped lead Providence College (HE) to NCAA championship, the first in the program's history...Finished regular-season second among PC defensemen in goals (4)...2013-14:  Led Providence College (HE) defensemen in points (18) and assists (13), and finished third overall on team in assists...2012-13:  Had second-most points (13) and goals (4) among Providence College (HE) defensemen...Transactions:  Signed with NY Rangers as free agent 8/18/16...Drafted:  7th rd. (198th ov.) by Calgary 2013.

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