Glenn Anderson, six-time Stanley Cup champion and Honoured Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, has joined the Scotiabank® Road Hockey To Conquer Cancer team!
After joining the Oilers in 1980-81, Glenn Anderson spent 11 years in Edmonton, scoring 30 or more goals nine times, including two seasons in which he collected 54 goals. He was part of five Stanley Cup championships during that time, and played in the All-Star Game four times. In 1991, Glenn was part of a seven-player blockbuster trade that sent him to Toronto, along with Grant Fuhr. In both full seasons with the Leafs, Glenn recorded 20-goal seasons. During the 1993-94 season, Glenn was dealt to the Rangers, where he was reunited with Glen Sather and several of his former teammates with the Oilers. That spring, the Rangers defeated Vancouver to win the Stanley Cup; Glenn’s sixth. Following the lock-out, he resumed his career with the St. Louis Blues. In 1995-96, he concluded his NHL career, splitting the season between Edmonton and a return to St. Louis. In 1,129 regular season games, Glenn scored 498 goals and 1,099 points. Glenn Anderson joined the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2008, and had his number retired by the Oilers the following season.