Buzz: Glen Sather To Undergo Surgery For Prostate Cancer

Glen SatherAccording to Newsday, Rangers President and GM Glen Sather is expected to undergo surgery for prostate cancer tomorrow at a hospital in New York.

The report says that Sather has to be hospitalized for a few days but will be able to resume his normal duties soon.

Rangers assistant GM Jeff Gorton is representing the team at the GM meetings in Toronto.

Gorton handles “day-to-day business in hockey operations, including salary cap and collective bargaining issues and administration of player contracts.”

He has been suggested as a future GM in the NHL.

Sather has been President and GM of the Rangers since June 1, 2000

Newsday is owned by Cablevision which also owns the Rangers.