ContributorsPublishersAdvertisers

Brent Sutter

NHL

Alumni Corner: Brent Sutter

On October 25, 1991, Brent Sutter remained the final New York Islander from the team's legendary dynasty run. The once fresh-faced farm boy from Viking, Alberta - who joined the Islanders just after they'd triumphantly claimed their first Stanley Cup victory in 1980 - was now in his 12th-career season and his fifth as the team's captain.
NHL
Picture for Alumni Corner: Brent Sutter
ESPN

Brent Sutter quits as coach of Canadian hockey team he owns

RED DEER, Alberta -- Brent Sutter, the former NHL star who coached the New Jersey Devils and Calgary Flames, has quit as coach of the Western Hockey League team he owns. Sutter has run the Red Deer Rebels for 20 seasons and coached them for 15. He remains the club's president and general manager.
NHL
Picture for Brent Sutter quits as coach of Canadian hockey team he owns
RELATED CHANNELS
News-Democrat

Brent Sutter fires himself from head coach of the Red Deer Rebels

RED DEER, Alta. - Brent Sutter has stepped down as head coach of the Western Hockey League's Red Deer Rebels, which is a team he owns. Sutter has run the Rebels for 20 seasons and coached them for 15. There was a five-year interruption to be an NHL head coach of the New Jersey Devils and Calgary Flames from 2007 to 2012.
NHL
Sportsnet.ca

Brent Sutter fears for son Brandon as Canucks veteran battles COVID-19

As team owner, GM and coach of the Red Deer Rebels, Brent Sutter has lost plenty of sleep worrying about protecting his players from COVID-19. You can only imagine how much harder it was to learn his son, Vancouver Canucks forward Brandon, has it. “We FaceTimed last night and he...
NHL
RELATED PEOPLE