Major Career Announcement has been released involving NHL Legend

Maverick Mitchell
June 30, 2024  (4:08 PM)

Glen Sather and Wayne Gretzky
Photo credit: The Hockey Beast

After an amazing career in the NHL and being apart of the game for the last 60 decades, Former Bruin, Glen Sather has made a major career announcement.

Sather has decided to step away from the game he loves most and retire from his position as the the New York Rangers Senior Advisor to the Owners and Alternate Governor.
Sather began his NHL playing career with the Boston Bruins in 1966 and went on to play for two more seasons with the B's. Over his 658 game career, he played for the Bruins, Penguins, Rangers, Blues, Canadians and Minnesota North Stars.
He has able to win 5 Stanley Cups as the Head Coach of the Oilers in the 1980's and holds the record for the most wins as an NHL General Manager.
«Having the opportunity to be associated with the National Hockey League, and specifically the New York Rangers and Edmonton Oilers, has been one of the great privileges of my life,» Sather said. «I want to thank Jim Dolan for giving me the chance to work for the Rangers 24 years ago and for his consistent guidance and friendship. I want to thank everyone in the Rangers organization for their dedication and pursuit of excellence throughout the years, as well as the family atmosphere they helped create. I would also like to thank the great Rangers fans for their passion and loyalty. This experience is something I will always treasure.»
«From the time he joined the Rangers organization 24 years ago, Glen Sather has been the consummate professional,» said James L. Dolan, Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Madison Square Garden Sports Corp. «I am thankful for the friendship that Glen and I have had over these many years and for the success he helped bring the Rangers franchise during his tenure. Glen, Ann, and his family will always be a part of the Rangers and Madison Square Garden family, and I wish them all the best in the years ahead.»
«I would like to congratulate Glen on his tremendous career,» said Chris Drury, Rangers President and General Manager. «I will forever be grateful to Glen for giving me the opportunity to play for the Rangers, and I was so fortunate to lean on him for guidance as I began my own career in the front office. I wish Glen – along with Ann and the entire Sather family – best of luck in the next chapter of their lives.»

We here at Bruins Latest wish him and his family a very well deserved retirement.
Source: Bruins Insider
Major personal announcement involving Boston Bruins legend
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