St. Louis Blues: Top 20 Goal Scorers in Franchise History

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Oct 7, 2015; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Maple Leafs former player Doug Gilmour signs autographs outside of the Air Canada Centre prior to the home opener against the Montreal Canadiens. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

11. Doug Gilmour

Gilmour, a Hockey Hall-of-Famer, was a seventh-round pick of the St. Louis Blues in 1982, and he made it to the NHL by the time he was 20 years old in 1983-84. He was immediately productive, scoring 25 goals as a rookie, 21 in his sophomore season, and 25 again as a third-year player. Things really started going well for Gilmour during the 1985-86 postseason, as he scored nine goals and added 12 assists through 21 playoff games.

Gilmour broke out in 1986-87, leading the Blues with 42 goals and 105 points. After he followed up that effort with another strong season, scoring 30 goals with 50 assists, it looked like Gilmour was going to be a long-term star in St. Louis.

Unfortunately, some serious legal concerns developed with Gilmour in St. Louis during the summer of 1988, and he was quickly traded to the Calgary Flames. The lawsuit against him was eventually dropped, however, and he went on to score 301 more goals over 15 seasons after leaving the Blues.

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