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Sutter family

The Sutter family, originally from Viking, Alberta, Canada, is one of the most famous families in the National Hockey League (NHL). Six brothers: Brent, Brian, Darryl, Duane, Rich, and Ron, reached the NHL in the 1970s and 80s. Four brothers: Brian, Duane, Darryl, and Brent have gone on to become co...
  • Sharon Olson

    The Sutter family, originally from Viking, Alberta, Canada, is one of the most famous families in the National Hockey League. Six brothers: Brent, Brian, Darryl, Duane, Rich, and Ron, reached the NHL in the 1970s and 80s. Four brothers: Brian, Duane, Darryl, and Brent have gone on to become coaches and general managers as well. A seventh brother named Gary is said by his brothers to have been the best hockey player of all seven boys. Gary opted to stay home to work on the family farm.

  • Bill Orlick

    The Sutter Brothers. back row: Ron Sutter Philadelphia Flyers, Rich Sutter Pittsburgh Penguins and Brent Sutter New York Islanders. front row: Duane Sutter New York Islanders, Brian Sutter St. Louis Blues and Darryl Sutter Chicago Blackhawks

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