John Muckler Death – Dead, Obituary, Funeral, Cause Of Death, Passed Away: On January 5th, 2021, InsideEko Media learned about the death of John Muckler through social media publications made on Twitter.
InsideEko is yet to confirm John Muckler’s cause of death as no health issues, accident or other causes of death have been learned to be associated with the passing.
This death has caused a lot of friends and family of Muckler so much hurt. It is in that mourning spirit that the concerned persons have taken to social media to share tributes to the deceased and condolences to the affected family.
Tributes To John Muckler
Across social media users’ timelines are statements that show respect, admiration, and gratitude towards Muckler as people mourn the passing.
A great friend to me was John Muckler. He loved all sports and was proudest of his time with Oilers. Once told me, “You can’t just give a job to a young guy; make him earn it. Otherwise, the kid may never develop to his best.” https://t.co/3ei2t0a4El
— John Short (@JohnShort_JXS) January 5, 2021
In our time together with the Sabres, his daily refrain to me, to anybody: “Best day of my life.”
Fell into his lap while isle surfing on serving tray while taking off on our 737 charter. Didn’t get mad, just said “Com-on Gurt’s, get it right.”
RIP John Muckler
— John Gurtler (@john_gurtler) January 5, 2021
I became an Oilers fan 89/90. I was 11 yrs old. ITV and CBC were the only channels we had on an old satellite dish.
Muckler was the first coach I knew as a fan. I ❤’d that team, every single thing about it. He was a great coach.
RIP John Muckler https://t.co/pgEH4kzjXQ
— Čumaata (@Chamahta) January 5, 2021
It is well known that on his way out of Kingsway, John Muckler muttered a curse that said as long as he drew breath, he would be the last Oilers coach to hoist the cup, but upon embarking on his eternal rest the curse shall be lifted and a blessing will wash over the team.
— Tanguy Incognito (@IDidTheIggy) January 5, 2021
Very sad news about the passing of John Muckler. Our friendship goes back to his days playing, coaching and managing the Long Island Ducks. John was as solid a hockey man as anyone I’ve met. R.I.P.
— Stan Fischler (@StanFischler) January 5, 2021
A great man passed away today. RIP John Muckler 🙏 thank you for all you did for the hockey world, proud husband and father and friend to many. https://t.co/Pb06BQHw7a
— Jody Craig (@Jodina44) January 5, 2021
Hockey lost a great coach and executive late Monday with the passing of John Muckler at age 86. Five Stanley Cup wins with @EdmontonOilers 1980s dynasty, alongside Glen Sather, his career spanning a half-century. Story coming this morning at https://t.co/i8v4PTkOrr pic.twitter.com/FNoqMTNTbq
— Dave Stubbs (@Dave_Stubbs) January 5, 2021
Former NHL coach and Stanley Cup winner John Muckler dies at 86 Source: Sportsnet Former NHL coach and Stanley Cup winner John Muckler has died. He was 86. https://t.co/spjtlDa7q2 pic.twitter.com/mTloYpRnUF
— hockeyaddicts (@hockeyaddicts) January 5, 2021
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