Glen Cameron "Slats" Sather (born September 2, 1943) is the current president of the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League (NHL), a post he has held since 2000. He was also general manager until stepping down on July 1, 2015. 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 of the NHL, Sather was instrumental in building Canadian national teams for the 1984 Canada Cup (tournament champions), the 1994 Ice Hockey World Championship (Gol

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  • Glen Cameron "Slats" Sather (born September 2, 1943) is the current president of the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League (NHL), a post he has held since 2000. He was also general manager until stepping down on July 1, 2015. 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 of the NHL, Sather was instrumental in building Canadian national teams for the 1984 Canada Cup (tournament champions), the 1994 Ice Hockey World Championship (Gold Medal winners) and 1996 World Cup of Hockey (Finalists). Prior to coaching, Sather was a professional ice hockey left winger in the WHA and NHL, playing for several teams over a 10-year period. Sather was born in High River, Alberta but grew up in Wainwright, Alberta. Sather resides in Rye, New York during the season and Palm Springs, California in the off-season, but also has a home in Banff, Alberta. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1997. (en)
  • Glen Sather (* 2. September 1943 in High River, Alberta) ist ein ehemaliger kanadischer Eishockeyspieler, -trainer und -manager. Er spielte elf Jahre in der National Hockey League für die Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues, Montreal Canadiens und die Minnesota North Stars sowie in der World Hockey Association für die Edmonton Oilers. Als Trainer und General Manager führte er die Edmonton Oilers zu fünf Stanley Cups, ehe er fünfzehn Jahre bis Juli 2015 als GM der New York Rangers aktiv war. (de)
  • Glen Cameron Sather (né le 2 septembre 1943 à High River ville de la province de l'Alberta au Canada) est un joueur professionnel et entraîneur de hockey sur glace en Amérique du Nord. (fr)
  • Глен Кэмерон Сатер (англ. Glen Cameron Sather, род. 2 сентября 1943 года в Хай-Ривер) — канадский хоккейный тренер и менеджер, в настоящее время занимающий посты президента и генерального менеджера команды НХЛ «Нью-Йорк Рейнджерс». Сатер наиболее известен своей работой в «Эдмонтон Ойлерз», которых он четыре раза привёл к победе в кубке Стэнли в качестве тренера и ещё один раз — как менеджер команды. В 1997 году он был введён в Зал хоккейной славы. (ru)
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  • Glen Sather (* 2. September 1943 in High River, Alberta) ist ein ehemaliger kanadischer Eishockeyspieler, -trainer und -manager. Er spielte elf Jahre in der National Hockey League für die Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues, Montreal Canadiens und die Minnesota North Stars sowie in der World Hockey Association für die Edmonton Oilers. Als Trainer und General Manager führte er die Edmonton Oilers zu fünf Stanley Cups, ehe er fünfzehn Jahre bis Juli 2015 als GM der New York Rangers aktiv war. (de)
  • Glen Cameron Sather (né le 2 septembre 1943 à High River ville de la province de l'Alberta au Canada) est un joueur professionnel et entraîneur de hockey sur glace en Amérique du Nord. (fr)
  • Глен Кэмерон Сатер (англ. Glen Cameron Sather, род. 2 сентября 1943 года в Хай-Ривер) — канадский хоккейный тренер и менеджер, в настоящее время занимающий посты президента и генерального менеджера команды НХЛ «Нью-Йорк Рейнджерс». Сатер наиболее известен своей работой в «Эдмонтон Ойлерз», которых он четыре раза привёл к победе в кубке Стэнли в качестве тренера и ещё один раз — как менеджер команды. В 1997 году он был введён в Зал хоккейной славы. (ru)
  • Glen Cameron "Slats" Sather (born September 2, 1943) is the current president of the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League (NHL), a post he has held since 2000. He was also general manager until stepping down on July 1, 2015. 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 of the NHL, Sather was instrumental in building Canadian national teams for the 1984 Canada Cup (tournament champions), the 1994 Ice Hockey World Championship (Gol (en)
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