Brent Gilchrist played 792 games during 15 seasons in the NHL. Gilchrist was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens and was traded away to the Edmonton Oilers just before the 1992-93 season, as part of the deal that brought Vincent Damphousse to Montreal. While the Habs went on to win the Cup that season, Gilchrist would eventually get to sip from Lord Stanley's Cup in 1998, as a member of the Detroit Red Wings. Injuries would hamper Gilchrist for the rest of his career, playing in only 29 games the following two seasons. Brent would eventually suffer a career ending back injury while playing for the Nashville Predators, in a game against one of his former teams, the Edmonton Oilers.
I once read in a TTM forum, a collector complaining about Gilchrist's auto. How that is it just a big B and G. I think he has a cool signature. Some players you can't make out a single letter of their auto. His auto has some panache to it, while still being legible.
Did You Know...
Brent Gilchrist is the NHL's all-time career leader in games played,
goals, assists and points for player who wore #41.