Glen Cameron Sather is a Canadian ice hockey player, coach and executive. He is the current senior advisor and alternate governor of the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League. He was the Rangers' general manager until stepping down on July 1, 2015, and then served as their president until April 4, 2019. He is known for coaching the Edmonton Oilers to four Stanley Cup victories during the 1980s. He played a key role in attracting the talented players, including Wayne Gretzky, who helped make the Oilers a hockey dynasty at that time. Gretzky, who became "the most dominant player in the history of the game," credits Sather, along with Walter Gretzky, his father, as his most important mentors. Outside the NHL, Sather was instrumental in building Canadian national teams for the 1984 Canada Cup, the 1994 Ice Hockey World Championship and 1996 World Cup of Hockey.
|Born:||September 2, 1943, High River, Alberta, Canada|
|Occupation:||Ice hockey executive, coach, player|
About Glen Sather
Hall of Fame hockey coach who won the Stanley Cup four times with the Edmonton Oilers and became the GM of the New York Rangers in 2000.
Glen Sather Before Fame
He played junior hockey for the Edmonton Oil Kings.
Achievement of Glen Sather
He played left wing in the NHL for several teams, the majority of his career coming with the Rangers.
Glen Sather Family Life
He was born in High River, Alberta, Canada.
Associations of Glen Sather
He coached "The Great One" Wayne Gretzky on the Oilers.
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