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“Slats” was the most successful hockey executive of the 80’s. As coach and general manager of the Edmonton Oilers, he won the Stanley Cup five times between 1984 and 1990. Although he spent 10 years as a professional hockey player, it was as a coach that he shone. After resigning from the Oilers as a player (in the WHA) in 1977, Slats took over as their bench boss and bought a young phenom named Wayne Gretzky. When the Oilers joined the NHL in 1979, Sather became the GM and started to build his dynasty of stars. He has the best winning percentage in the playoffs of any pro coach and he led Team Canada to victory in the 1984 Canada Cup. He is currently President and GM of the New York Rangers.