John Muckler, Coach of an N.H.L. Dynasty, Dies at 86

He was a co-head coach and then the sole head coach of the Edmonton Oilers, and, with a core of Hall of Famers, skated to five Stanley Cup championships from 1984 to ’90.

John Muckler, Coach Of An N.h.l. Dynasty, Dies At 86

The New York Times – by Richard Goldstein

John Muckler, who joined with Glen Sather as architects of the Edmonton Oilers’ five Stanley Cup championships in the 1980s from 1984 to 1990 and held coaching or senior executive posts with four other N.H.L. teams, died on Monday in the Buffalo area, where he had a home. He was 86.

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