Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - Brian Kilrea - Treasure Chest
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March 9, 2003 final game puck presented to Ottawas 67's head coach Kilrea following his club's 4-2 victory over the Sudbury Wolves. The win marked the 1,000th victory of Kilrea's career, becoming the first junior coach in North America to reach the milestone.

Plaque presented to Ottawa 67's head coach Brian Kilrea following the 1993-94 OHL season. The names gracing the bottom are a testament to his ability to teach both the game of hockey and the game of life.

Sweater worn by Kilrea in the early part of his Rookie AHL season as a member of the Springfield Indians.

Good luck Ottawa 67's blazer and Don Cherry necktie worn by Kilrea during special and significant games from 1999 to 2003 including a Memorial Cup title in 1999 as well as a 3-2 victory for Team Cherry at the 2003 CHL Top Prospects Game. During the 2002-03 OHL season, Kilrea became the first junior coach in North America to record 1,000 wins.

Trophy presented to Kilrea after he led the AHL in assists with 73 during the 1961-62 season. He would also finish 4th overall in AHL scoring with 93 points and led the Springfield Indians to their third consecutive Calder Cup title.

Robert Lowe Memorial Trophy presented to Springfield Indians forward Brian Kilrea after being named the AHL's MVP in 1961-62.

Leather belt worn by Kilrea during his playing days with the AHL's
Springfield Indians (1959-60 to 1966-67).