Definitely interesting. Seeing a curious side of Slats is fun. He's a character alright.
What I soon encountered was amazing. Glen had relationships with local police authorities, bar owners and the like. He knew Grant’s every move. Now, as I got to know Glen over the years, I came to realize his voyeuristic tendencies here were part economic, in terms of driving Oiler profits in the only real successful business Peter Pocklington had, and part genuine concern for his players..
And this bit I like even more.
I have done dozens and dozens of deals with Glen on a handshake and come to recognize that, though a formidable foe, his word is his bond. And his loyalty to friends and colleagues is incomparable.
I remember seeing a video a few years back of this kid with what I recall a British accent walking up to Sather trying to talk to him and Glen tells him to F#$% off. It used to be on youtube but I can't seem to find it.