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Tom Gilmore (ice hockey)

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Height  1.8 m
Playing career  1970–1975
Weight  86 kg
Name  Tom Gilmore
Positions  Winger
Role  Ice hockey player


Born  May 14, 1948 (age 67) Flin Flon, MB, CAN (1948-05-14)
Children  Scott Gil, Patrick Gil
People also search for  Scott Gil, Patrick Gil, Collette Gil
Played for  Los Angeles Sharks, Edmonton Oilers

Tom Gilmore (born May 14, 1948 in Flin Flon, Manitoba) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played a total of 202 games in the World Hockey Association with the Los Angeles Sharks and the Edmonton Oilers. Tom began his career with the Flin Flon Bombers, which was famous for churning out an unlikely number of professional hockey players. He was captain of the University of Denver Pioneers hockey team when they won the 1968 and the 1969 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament. Gilmore is married to Collette Gilmore and they have two children, Scott Gilmore, Executive Director and one of the founders of Peace Dividend Trust, and Patrick Gilmore, a Canadian Film and TV actor.

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