Hall of Famer Glenn Anderson Lends Talents To Youth Hockey Camps

Wednesday, August 7. 2013

Glenn Anderson Special Guest Hockey Coach 

Glenn Anderson continues his tradition of giving back, especially to children, during the offseason. The Glenn Anderson Stanley Cup Week Camp at the North American Hockey School in Stamford, Connecticut brought out everyone's love of competition and team sports. The SoNo Ice House ice rink may as well have been Olympic level, because everyone involved gave it their all.

"You've got to love that competition," Anderson said later while signing autographs. "Those kids were good with one-on-one battles. When you practice four hours a day with a group, things are going to get intense." 

Named to the National Hockey League Hall of Fame a few years back, Glenn stays active with charity events, individual camps and Fall Of Famer tours.

Read more in this press coverage from The Hour and The Stamford Times newspaper

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Oilers PR: Anderson honoured by Edmontonians

Friday, January 16. 2009

Oilers Great joined by former teammates & fans at City Hall ceremony
Edmonton Oilers Press Release
Jan 16, 2009, 5:58 PM EST
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January 16th, 2009 (Edmonton, AB) - Hundreds of loyal Glenn Anderson fans packed City Hall today to celebrate his impressive NHL career, contribution to hockey in Edmonton and commitment to Oil Country. The ceremony was highlighted by a $10,000 donation made by the Rexall Family of Pharmacies in Glenn Anderson's name to support the Cross Cancer Institute.

"Glenn Anderson's dedication to this community should be saluted in equal measure to his accomplishments on the ice," said Michael Bobroff, VP of Marketing, Rexall Family of Pharmacies.  glenn anderson honored at edmonton city hall

Anderson was joined today by his former teammates Kevin Lowe, Jari Kurri, Ron Lowe, Dave Hunter, Dave Semenko and Ken Linseman who were on hand to celebrate and acknowledge his milestone. "Andy, we are all proud of you and know how deserving you are to have your jersey raised to the rafters," said Kevin Lowe, President, Hockey Operations. "You are going down in Edmonton history."

Glenn Anderson's #9 jersey will be the seventh raised to the rafters at Rexall Place at Sunday's pre-game ceremony. Anderson played 16 NHL seasons, celebrated six Stanley Cup victories, played in four NHL All-Star Games and still holds the Oilers franchise record of 126 powerplay goals. He was one of the great players to have worn the Oilers jersey and that was evident today when fans across Oil Country gathered in his honour.

"I am so proud and privileged to be here," said Anderson. "It's because of you the fans and all of your support, we were able win five Stanley Cups here in Edmonton."

A number of Anderson's former teammates, including fellow Oilers jersey retirees Al Hamilton, Wayne Gretzky, Grant Fuhr, Paul Coffey, Jari Kurri and Mark Messier will be standing at his side during Sunday night's ceremony.

Anderson's Retirement Ceremony will take place at 6:00pm. The game is sold out; however fans can catch the game, ceremony and special features with Oilers greats on Molson Canadian Oilers Pay Per View beginning at 5:45pm.

Featured on Gretzky.com

Sunday, January 11. 2009

Oilers 1984 - Gretzky, Anderson, Messier, Coffey, Kurri, FuhrStraight From the Heart


No matter where he played or who he played with, Anderson always made it fun.

Glenn Anderson didn't get the date wrong. He didn't mistakenly think his banner-raising was this Sunday, not next.

But he showed up here yesterday. For the event.

Right off, you get the idea that his Edmonton Oilers Hall of Fame banner -raising, like Anderson himself, is going to be a little bit, well, odd ... unusual ... out there ...

Anderson got off the plane and proceeded directly to sign and be photographed for collector authenticity with 300 unique concept hockey jerseys that will be on sale at a kiosk at Rexall Place tonight for the San Jose Sharks game.

"I received approval from the league last night in New York at the Rangers game. Also, I have a collector's hockey stick.

"The hockey sweater is an artist design picturing my life from the first backyard rink to the Stanley Cups.

"Instead of being on canvas and framed, it's all on a hockey sweater. It's really cool. Nobody has done it before. It's different."

Kind of like the person.


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Oilers Press Release

Sunday, January 11. 2009

Just the Facts: Anderson By the NumbersGlenn Anderson and Larionov at the Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremony 2008

This Sunday, January 18, the Oilers will honour Glenn Anderson by retiring his #9 in a special on-ice ceremony prior to the 7:00 p.m. game versus the Phoenix Coyotes at Rexall Place.

Rexall and the Oilers will once again present a celebration weekend featuring tribute events to commemorate the retirement of Anderson's jersey.

Anderson will become the seventh Oiler to have his jersey retired by the team, joining Al Hamilton, Wayne Gretzky, Jari Kurri, Grant Fuhr, Paul Coffey and Mark Messier with their numbers raised to the rafters of Rexall Place.

Anderson, who was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 10th, was one of the great offensive stars in NHL history, scoring 1,099 points in 1,129 regular season games during a 16 season career. Beginning his NHL career with the Oilers in 1980-81, Anderson scored 498 goals and 601 assists with 1,120 penalty minutes before retiring following the 1995-96 season. He scored 50-or-more goals twice during his career, netting 54 goals as an Oiler in both 1983-84 and 1985-86, and had three seasons with 100-or-more points.


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