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Monday, November 25, 2013

Gallant Gets The Call For The Q League Hall

The Q League announcing former Sea Dogs coach Gerard Gallant is among 4 nominees to the Q League Hall of Fame next year.

The 50-year-old Summerside, PEI native spent three seasons between '09 and 2012 guiding the team to three Jean-Rougeau Trophies as the league's regular season champions, two President Cup titles and the 2011 Memorial Cup championship.

With a record of 159-33-2-7, Gallant has the top career winning percentage of any coach in Q league history at .791.

Dogs' Prez Wayne Long says they are extremely proud of Gerard adding his hard work behind the bench is a big reason why the Dogs were so successful during his time here.

Gallant is joined in the 2014 class of inductees by Jean-Luc Phaneuf, Normand Caisse and Patrice Brisebois with the ceremony coming up next April.