Suddy Gilmour

Suddy Gilmour was an amateur ice hockey player for the Ottawa Hockey Club before the NHL. Suddy scored the series-winning goal in the 1903 play-off against Montreal to win the Stanley Cup for Ottawa. His brothers Billy Gilmour and Dave Gilmour also played for the Senators at the same time.


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