Trivia in an Elevator with Doug Gilmour

What do you get when you combine rapid-fire trivia with professional hockey players, Canadian Olympians, an elevator, and Doug Gilmour? You get the new, sure-fire classic series Doug Gilmour: Trivia in an Elevator, proudly brought to you by Sonnet Insurance and the NHLPA.

 

See your favourite male and female professional hockey players run through fun trivia with the one and only #93 Doug Gilmour, two-time All-Star and Stanley Cup champion. Get ready to see a side of Doug (and these superstar athletes) that you've never seen before!

 

First up (or down) in the elevator is Eric Staal (Minnesota Wild), Sarah Nurse (Olympic and World Championship Medalist), and Renata Fast (Olympic and World Championship Medalist):

 

Open "SONNET + ALL STARS “Doug in an Elevator” Episode 1" text transcript.

[On-screen image: We open on an image an old elevator hand...]

[On-screen text: Sonnet Home + Auto & NHLPA Presents]

[On-screen image: we cut to Doug Gilmour...]

[On-screen text: Doug Gilmour]

[On-screen image: An elevator door opens in a lobby and we see Doug Gilmour inside as he points at the camera]

[On-screen text: Trivia in an elevator]

[On-screen image: a finger presses the first floor button inside the elevator]

[Doug Gilmour is standing inside the elevator as door opens and Eric Staal walks in]

>>Doug Gilmour: Eric Staal.

[On-screen image: Eric Staal shakes Doug Gilmour’s hand]

>>Eric Staal: Hey. Doug Gilmour.

[On-screen text: Eric Staal. Minnesota Wild]

>>Doug Gilmour: How are you? Good to see you. How are things?

>>Eric Staal: Very good.

>>Doug Gilmour: Things are very good in the elevator here. Kind of up and down today.

[On-screen image: Eric Staal gives Doug a blank stare]

>>Doug Gilmour: Listen! I’ve got a little trivia. I want you to play. Is that okay?

>>Eric Staal: Ya. That’s fine.

>>Doug Gilmour: It’s going to be a little health & fitness question.

[On-screen text: Health & Fitness]

>>Eric Staal: Ok.

[On-screen image: Doug Gilmour looks down at his que cards and begins trivia game]

>>Doug Gilmour: Which do you apply for a strained muscle?

>>Eric Staal: Ice.

>>Doug Gilmour: Sit ups are the best exercise for losing belly fat.

>>Eric Staal: False.

>>Doug Gilmour: Running is bad for your knees. Is that true or false?

>>Eric Staal: That would be true.

>>Doug Gilmour: It’s actually false.

>>Eric Staal: No way!

>>Doug Gilmour: My doctor told me, you don’t have to work out until you’re in better shape.

[On-screen image: Eric Staal laughs]

>>Eric Staal: Oh! It makes sense.

>>Doug Gilmour: Food and nutrition.

[On-screen text: Food & Nutrition]

>>Doug Gilmour: This is supposed to keep vampires away.

>>Eric Staal: The sun?

[On-screen image: Doug Gilmour shows Eric Staal the answer on the cue card]

>>Eric Staal: Garlic.

>>Doug Gilmour: Adding this mineral to water is believed to provide protection to children’s teeth.

>>Eric Staal: Floride.

>>Doug Gilmour: You got it! Eating turkey causes tiredness.

>>Eric Staal: True.

>>Doug Gilmour: It’s actually false. People are tired after Thanksgiving due to alcohol. Not turkey!

[On-screen image: Doug Gilmour and Eric Staal laugh while Doug holds up a que card and laughs into the camera]

>>Doug Gilmour: That’s true!

>>Doug Gilmour: I think we are done. You can get off your floor now.

[On-screen image: Eric Staal laughs as he walks off the elevator]

[On-screen image: We cut to Doug Gilmour standing in the elevator as Sarah Nurse walks in]

>>Doug Gilmour: Sarah.

>>Sarah Nurse: Hey! Doug Gilmour!

[On-screen text: Sarah Nurse. Canadian Olympian & World Championship Medalist]

[On-screen image: Renata Fast joins them in the elevator]

>>Doug Gilmour: Renata. How are you?

>>Renata Fast: Oh! Doug Gilmour. Hey!

[On-screen text: Renata Fast. Canadian Olympian & World Championship Medalist]

>>Doug Gilmour: What floor are you guys?

>>Sarah Nurse: Fourteen.

[On-screen image: Doug Gilmour presses every floor button in the elevator]

[On-screen image: Renata and Sarah look on awkwardly]

>>Doug Gilmour: Little trivia?

>>Sarah Nurse: Sure.

[On-screen text: Health & Fitness]

>>Doug Gilmour: True or False. Muscles burn calories even when you are resting.

>>Sarah Nurse: True.

>>Doug Gilmour: How much of your body weight is muscle?

>>Sarah Nurse: Forty.

[On-screen image: Doug nods in agreement]

>>Doug Gilmour: Good answer. How many muscles do you use to speak a single word?

>>Sarah Nurse: What do you think? Seventy?

>>Doug Gilmour: Seventy it is! So I should be full of muscle!

[On-screen image: Sarah & Renata laugh]

>>Doug Gilmour: Because I don’t stop talking!

[On-screen text: Hockey]

>>Doug Gilmour: This is a hockey question, ok?

>>Doug Gilmour: Which Canadian city hosted the first women’s hockey game.

>>Renata Fast: Capital City, definitely. Ottawa.

>>Doug Gilmour: How many women are in the Hockey Hall of Fame?

>>Sarah Nurse: Seven and counting.

>>Doug Gilmour: Which retired hockey player wore number 93, delighted the fans season after season in seven NHL cities.

[On-screen image: Doug looks around and clears his throat]

>>Sarah Nurse: What did you say your name was again?

[On-screen image: Doug looks disappointed and points to the door of the elevator, then smiles jokingly]

>>Doug Gilmour: Okay get off the elevator.

>>Sarah Nurse: Missed our floor anyway.

[On-screen image: Sarah & Renata get off the elevator as they laugh.]

[On-screen text: Visit Sonnet.ca to see more of “Doug in an Elevator”.]

[On-screen text: Sonnet Home + Auto & NHLPA logos]

[[Legal Disclaimer: Doug Gilmour, Eric Staal, Sarah Nurse & Renata Fast are paid spokespeople for Sonnet.ca Sonnet Insurance is a registered trademark. Sonnet Insurance Company is a federally regulated insurance company. NHLPA, National Hockey League Players’ Association and the NHLPA logo are registered trademarks of the NHLPA and are used under license. NHLPA. All Rights Reserved.]

Next to enter the elevator with Doug is Matthew Tkachuk (Calgary Flames), Mélodie Daoust (Olympic and World Championship Medalist), and Mark Scheifele (Winnipeg Jets):

 

Open SONNET + ALL STARS “Doug in an Elevator” Episode 2 text transcript.

[On-screen image: We open on an image an old elevator hand...]

[On-screen text: Sonnet Home + Auto & NHLPA Presents]

[On-screen image: we cut to Doug Gilmour...]

[On-screen text: Doug Gilmour]

[On-screen image: An elevator door opens in a lobby and we see Doug Gilmour inside as he points at the camera]

[On-screen text: Trivia in an elevator]

[On-screen image: a finger presses the first floor button inside the elevator]

[Doug Gilmour is standing inside the elevator as door opens and Matthew Tkachuk walks in]

>>Doug Gilmour: Matthew Tkachuk.

[On-screen image: Matthew Tkachuk shakes Doug Gilmour’s hand]

>>Matthew Tkachuk: Doug Gilmour! How are ya?

[On-screen text: Matthew Tkachuk. Calgary Flames]

>>Doug Gilmour: Good. I am good. Well, welcome to my elevator! I am on the 93rd floor, for a reason. Now that you’re in my home, my elevator here, we are going to play some trivia. Is that okay?

>>Matthew Tkachuk: Let’s do it!

[On-screen text: Food & Nutrition]

>>Doug Gilmour: This is known as the sunshine vitamin.

>>Matthew Tkachuk: D?

>>Doug Gilmour: D for Doug. That is correct!

[On-screen text: Health & Fitness]

>>Doug Gilmour: How many hours of rest are recommended for muscles to heal after a workout?

>>Matthew Tkachuk: I would say 48 because I need 48.

>>Doug Gilmour: Ohhh this kid is good. Exercising turns fat into muscle?

>>Matthew Tkachuk: That is very false.

[On-screen text: Hockey]

>>Doug Gilmour: Who is a dirtier hockey player – your dad or me?

[On-screen image: Matthew Tkachuk looks at Doug awkwardly]

>>Doug Gilmour: This is your floor. Ummmm, thank you for being here.

>>Matthew Tkachuk: Thank you very much. Great elevator by the way.

>>Doug Gilmour: Sit ups are the best exercise for loosing belly fat.

[On-screen image: Matthew Tkachuk walks off the elevator as Doug smiles]

>>Doug Gilmour: Pleasure.

[On-screen image: We cut to Doug Gilmour standing in the elevator as Melodie Daoust and Mark Scheifele walk in]

>>Doug Gilmour: Melodie! How are you?

>>Melodie Daoust: Good!

[On-screen text: Melodie Daoust. Canadian Olympian & World Championship Medalist]

>>Doug Gilmour: Mark. How are you?

>>Mark Scheifele: Good! How are you?

[On-screen text: Mark Scheifele. Winnipeg Jets]

[On-screen image: Doug Gilmour begins to push every floor button in the elevator]

>>Doug Gilmour: I’ll push a button here for you. I am actually going up to the 93rd floor.

[On-screen image: Mark Scheifele looks on awkwardly]

>>Doug Gilmour: I am doing a little trivia game. You guys want to play?

>>Melodie Daoust: Sure.

>>Doug Gilmour: Okay let’s go! Stress Management here.

[On-screen text: Stress Management]

>>Doug Gilmour: Stress can make you more likely to catch a cold.

>>Mark Scheifele: True.

>>Doug Gilmour: True or False. Stress causes ulcers.

[On-screen image: Mark Scheifele and Melodie Daoust look at each other]

>>Mark Scheifele: You think it’s false?

>>Melodie Daoust: Ya.

[On-screen image: Doug nods in agreement]

>>Doug Gilmour: False.

[On-screen text: Hockey]

>>Doug Gilmour: How many gold medals did Canada’s Jayna Hefford win?

>>Melodie Daoust: Four.

>>Doug Gilmour: Name the brother and sister duo who are presently both professional hockey players?

[On-screen image: Mark Scheifele and Melodie Daoust look at each other]

>>Melodie Daoust: Kessels?

>>Mark Scheifele: Ya. That’s an easy one.

>>Doug Gilmour: I had to go see my doctor, my doctor told me that you’ve got a body like a 20 year old. And I said, well that’s pretty cool. As I left, I had to pay the vet!

[On-screen image: Melodie Daoust and Mark Scheifele look away awkwardly as we hear crickets]

>>Doug Gilmour: Well. You know what guys? Thank you for playing. Please get off my elevator.

>>Melodie Daoust: Thank you.

>>Mark Scheifele: Your personal one eh?

[On-screen image: Doug shrugs and laughs]

>>Doug Gilmour: My personal one!

[On-screen image: Melodie Daoust and Mark Scheifele get off the elevator]

>>Doug Gilmour: Good to see you guys. Take care.

[On-screen text: Visit Sonnet.ca to see more of “Doug in an Elevator”.]

[On-screen text: Sonnet Home + Auto & NHLPA logos]

[Legal Disclaimer: Doug Gilmour, Matthew Tkachuk, Melodie Daoust and Mark Scheifele are paid spokespeople for Sonnet.ca Sonnet Insurance is a registered trademark. Sonnet Insurance Company is a federally regulated insurance company. NHLPA, National Hockey League Players’ Association and the NHLPA logo are registered trademarks of the NHLPA and are used under license. NHLPA. All Rights Reserved.]

And Jayna Hefford (PWHPA) is the final entrant:

 

Open "SONNET + ALL STARS “Doug in an Elevator” Episode 3" text transcript.

[On-screen image: We open on an image of four TFC soccer stars standing shoulder to shoulder…]

[On-screen image: We open on an image of Doug Gilmour]

[On-screen text: Doug Gilmour]

[On-screen image: An elevator door opens in a lobby and we see Doug Gilmour inside as he points at the camera]

[On-screen text: Talks Women’s Pro Hockey]

[On-screen image: We now see Jayna Hefford]

[On-screen text: with Jayna Hefford]

[On-screen image: a finger presses the first floor button inside the elevator]

[On-screen image: Doug Gilmour is standing inside the elevator as Jayna Hefford walks in]

>>Doug Gilmour: It’s Jayna Hefford!

>>Jayna Hefford: Doug Gilmour!

[On-screen text: Jayna Hefford. Olympic Gold Medalist & Hockey Hall of Fame Member]

>>Doug Gilmour: She just came into my elevator. What are you doing here?

>>Jayna Hefford: I am here representing the Professional Women’s Hockey Player Association. So, I lead that group and we have 175 of the best women hockey players in the world. We are trying to create awareness for the need for a professional women’s hockey league. Up until now the women have struggled with the resources and infrastructure they need so we’re hoping we can push the game forward and really try to ensure the future is a lot brighter for the next young girls that want to play.

>>Doug Gilmour: And there is a lot of women’s hockey in Canada. There are over 85,000 girls and the biggest part is, we need a league!

>>Jayna Hefford: We do! We want to create something that is sustainable and long term and going to allow the next generation of young girl that wants to play the game to have a place to aspire to.

>>Doug Gilmour: This is something that you’ve gone through. I have seen over the past couple of years, especially the women going into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

[On-screen image: Doug Gilmour points to Jayna Hefford as she laughs]

>>Doug Gilmour: Right here! We just want to see more of it. We just want women’s hockey back!

>>Jayna Hefford: We do! We want to make sure the game is strong and that means for everyone. It means everyone in Canada – men, women, kids. We want the game to be healthy and creating a sustainable league for the women is going to allow young girls to look forward to something a little more realistic. I always hoped to play in the NHL and win Stanley Cups! So we want the girls to have something to aspire to, aspire to a league that they can get to as well.

>>Doug Gilmour: That is awesome. Well, again. Good luck with everything and your floor is here so, if you don’t mind, get out of my office.

[On-screen image: Jayne Hefford laughs and pats Doug on the shoulder]

>>Jayna Hefford: Thanks Doug.

>>Doug Gilmour: Will see you.

[On-screen image: Doug smiles as Jayna leaves the elevator]

[On-screen text: Visit Sonnet.ca to see more of “Doug in an Elevator”.]

[On-screen text: Sonnet Home + Auto & logo]

[Legal Disclaimer: Doug Gilmour and Doug Gilmour and Jayna Hefford are paid spokespeople for Sonnet.ca Sonnet Insurance is a registered trademark. Sonnet Insurance Company is a federally regulated insurance company.]

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