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

Click here for more information on Glenn Anderson as Guest Coach at NAHS

fun's done & anderson takes to the ice

Sunday, March 1. 2009

So we see there IS serious hockey taking place at the OTHC!
A photo from Glenn's blackberry as he takes the ice:


and the fun goes on...

Sunday, March 1. 2009

We're wondering if Glenn is really playing hockey up there at the OTHC!  Well, of course he is...
but he seems to be hanging out a lot with the clown/trumpet player!

Today we received this:

OTHC - game on in kingston!

Saturday, February 28. 2009

Craig Muni and Igor Kravchuk are ready to take the ice in the OTHC Kingston game.


and then we asked...

Wednesday, February 18. 2009

glenn, can you send us a photo of yourself via your blackberry?

and we expected a serious hockey game action photo from the OTHC.  what did we get?


we've come to expect no less from Captain Fun.  Nice one, Glenn!


well, we asked...

Wednesday, February 18. 2009

today's photo from glenn (via his blackberry) at the OTHC was this:


so we asked "glenn, what is that?" and the answer... "that's the clown slash trumpet player." 

okay, we did ask...!

A Note from #9 at the Oldtimes' Hockey Challenge

Tuesday, February 17. 2009

Steve Shutt, Bryan Trottier, and Dale Hawerchuk at OTHC brainstorming on what the lines are going to be in the first game in Oshawa...
good thing we squeaked another one out, 17-9 win! 

-glenn, via blackberry


EXCLUSIVE: on-ice ceremony pics

Sunday, January 18. 2009

as it's happening... sent from Susan Anderson's mobile phone.

Mark Messier joins Glenn Anderson on the ice for #9's raising to the rafters in Edmonton.