News | 10/7/2009 4:51:50 PM | Bandits.com
Buffalo Bandits Head Coach Darris Kilgour will be inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame on Nov. 14.
The ceremony will take place in Burnaby, British Columbia.
Kilgour will be inducted along with nine other individuals this year for his contributions to the game of lacrosse as a player.
The 38 year old won five consecutive Mann Cup championships in the Ontario Lacrosse League with the Brampton Excelsiors and Six Nations Chiefs from 1992 to 1996.
Kilgour also spent nine years in the MILL/NLL, winning championships in 1992, 1993 and 1996.
A three-time all-pro, Kilgour was the first ever draft choice of the Bandits in 1992 and currently ranks among the Bandits’ all-time leaders in every major statistical category. His career totals are; 257 penalty minutes, 128 goals, 255 faceoffs won, 127 assists and 255 points. He has played in 62 MILL/NLL games and has collected 368 career loose balls.
Kilgour joins more than 400 other individuals inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame since 1966.
The Hall of Fame is located in New Westminster's Centennial Community Center.