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Glen Sather on verge of stepping down as Rangers president

An epoch, not merely an era, appears to be coming to an end. Glen Sather, The Last Lion of Winter, is believed on the verge of informing Garden chairman James Dolan that he will step down as a president of the Rangers as of the end of the season, informed sources have told The Post. The expected departure of Sather, who has been the club president since June of 2000 and doubled as general manager from 2000 through 2014-15, will create uncertainty in the New York front office that has been a model of stability for the last 19 years. For it is unknown how Sather’s departure and the hiring of a new president to run the hockey department would impact general manager Jeff Gorton. Sather, of course, selected Gorton to be his successor af ...