Popular broadcaster and Stanley Cup champion Glenn Healy
has joined the Scotiabank®
Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer team!
After starring as a goaltender with Western Michigan University, Glenn Healy joined the Los Angeles Kings. In 1993, while playing with the New York Islanders, Glenn led the team to the Wales Conference Final, but that summer, he was plucked from the Islanders’ roster by Anaheim. The next day, he was claimed by Tampa Bay, who subsequently traded Glenn to the New York Rangers. There, he joined the team that won the Stanley Cup in 1994. Healy finished his playing career as a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Noting his insight and wit, Glenn was hired as a broadcaster, where he worked with TSN and on ‘Hockey Night in Canada’ on CBC. No bio would be complete without mentioning Glenn’s prodigious talent playing the bagpipes. Glenn Healy will serve as the master of ceremonies for the third time at Scotiabank Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer, and will bring his band, the Highland Creek Pipe Band, to initiate the Opening Ceremonies once again.