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Storytellers Featuring Ian Pulver: Glenn Healy Always Has Your Back

Glenn Healy joins the show to chat about his mission with the NHL's Alumni Association and the support he has received from hockey greats such as Wayne Gretzky, Paul Coffey and Mark Messier.

Glenn Healy joins Ian Pulver on this week's episode of Storytellers. Healy is known most for his exploits as NHL goaltender, but he now acts as the executive director of the NHL Alumni Association. Healy talks about his mission with the group and the support he has received from hockey greats such as Wayne Gretzky, Paul Coffey and Mark Messier. 

Healy paints the picture of what it is like for a player as he transitions out of the game and has some great messages for current players, too. Whether it tending goal, behind the broadcast mic or championing player causes, Healy does it with passion and determination. The son of a World War II veteran, Healy’s approach to everything he does is "all in."

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