Glen Sanders

Glen began a coaching career in 1978 with the Trail Pee Wee rep team.  This was followed by three years coaching the Trail Bantam Rep team.  In 1984, Glen's scouting career began when he was invited to help secure talent for the Prince Albert Raiders of the W.H.A.  

Glen coached the Trail Junior B team for two years, winning coach of the year in 1987.  The same year, he was hired by Ken Hitchcock to scout for the Kamploops Blazers.  For ten years, Glen helped the team win six Memorial Cups and winning three of them.

In 1996, Glen became the General Manager for the new Trail Junior A team.  After three seasons, he returned to scouting and took on the position as head scout for the Tri City Americans, then the Regina Pats.  

In 2004, Glen was hired to scout for the NHL's Nashville Predators, a position he contiues to hold.

Glen has dedicated his life to many hours on the road, visiting countless hockey arenas, and helping many young players realize their hockey dreams.

Glen was inducted in 2019.