John Alexander Gilmour

John Alexander Gilmour is a professional ice hockey defenseman for the Buffalo Sabres. Before his NHL career, he played in the United States Hockey League for the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders and Gilmour Academy. He would then move on to play NCAA Division 1 hockey for Providence College.

On August 18, 2016, Gilmour signed a two-year, contract with the New York Rangers, spending the first half of the season in the AHL, and was named to the 2018 AHL all-star game. Gilmour became the first New York Rangers rookie defenseman to score an overtime goal when he scored a goal 1:22 into overtime on February 28, 2018, against the Vancouver Canucks.

Gilmour was then reassigned to the Hartford Wolf Pack to begin the 2018–19 season. During the season, Gilmour set a Wolf Pack franchise record for goals by a defenseman in a season with 20, and was named an AHL All-star for the second consecutive season.

On July 1, 2019, Gilmour left the Rangers and signed a contract to play with the Buffalo Sabres.

Career Statistics

2019–20 Buffalo Sabres40000
2019–20 Rochester Americans3767136
2018–19 Hartford Wolf Pack7020345431
2017-18 New York Rangers2823514
2017–18 Hartford Wolf Pack446202622
2016–17 Hartford Wolf Pack766192518
2015–16 Providence College349142318
2014–15 Providence College30471110
2013–14 Providence College395131822
2012–13 Providence College38491335
2011–12 Cedar Rapids RoughRiders5810142414

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