The Edmonton Oilers have announced that they will raise a banner at Rexall Place to honour current Rangers President and now former Rangers general manager Glen Sather. Sather was, of course, the architect behind the Oilers dynasty in the 80’s. The ceremony will take place on Dec. 11 before the game the same night against […]
The Edmonton Oilers will honor former coach Glen Sather by raising a banner to the rafters at Rexall Place prior to the team's game against the New York Rangers on Dec. 11. Sather, who currently serves as the Rangers' president, won four Stanley Cup titles as coach of the Oilers from 1984-88 before claiming a fifth championship while residing as the team's president and general manager...
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) The Edmonton Oilers will raise a banner at Rexall Place to honor former coach, general manager and executive Glen Sather. The ceremony will take place Dec. 11 before a game against the New York Rangers. Sather, who coached the Oilers to four Stanley Cup championships, is currently Rangers president. Sather will become the ninth Oiler to be honored with a banner...
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On Wednesday, the Rangers announced that Jeff Gorton was named as the 11th General Manager in the history of the NY Rangers, replacing Glen Sather who has been in the position since 2000. Sather turns 72 in September and rumors of him stepping down have been rampant in recent years, especially after Mark Messier was named as Sather’s “special assistant.” Sather leaves the...
Larry Brooks has reported that Glen Sather will be stepping down as the Rangers’ general manager. There is a conference call scheduled for 4pm today in which it is expected that Jeff Gorton will be introduced as the new GM. Sather’s last move as GM was to sign former Rangers’ defenseman Raphael Diaz to a contract this […]
Quite a bit happened late Friday night and into Saturday as the Rangers supposed shake-up that a lot of folks want to have happen might turn into a full on rebuild if some of these rumors pan out. Although the one rumor that has the most smoke with it is with Glen Sather’s status moving forward with the General Manager title. Per Larry Brooks, Jeff Gorton has been rumored to have...
In New York, where the answer to any question isn’t a flat out yes or no, big news is made. So when Rangers GM Glen Sather gave Larry Brooks an answer about his future today, it made some news: Glen Sather indicated in an email exchange with The Post on Friday that he is undecided about continuing as Rangers general manager. Asked whether he would be returning for his 16th year...
Per Larry Brooks, Glen Sather is considering stepping down as General Manager of the New York Rangers. Slats has been GM since the 2000 season, and has been apparently grooming Assistant GM Jeff Gorton to replace him (which is why Slats denied teams the ability to interview Gorton this season). Slats’ pre-salary cap run wasRead more →
If the Rangers had won five more games, this post would never have been written. But now that they have fallen short of the ultimate prize again, let’s take a look at General Manager of the Year finalist Glen Sather’s scorecard over the last 15 months. And before I go any further, know that I’ve Read more → The post Glen Sather’s year of mistakes appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
Mats Zuccarello of the New York Rangers is rumored to be traded sometime within the next few days, as a result of the inability between general manager Glen Sather and Zuccarello to agree on the terms of a contract extension. The 5’7″ Zuccarello (12-23-35 in 58 games), with his fast skating ability and aggressive forecheck, is certainly a fan favorite for the amount of heart...
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