Sutter coached the Los Angeles Kings from 2011-2017 winning the Stanley Cup in 2012 and 2014. He has been a head coach in the NHL for 18 seasons with Chicago, San Jose, Calgary and Los Angeles accumulating a 634-467-101-83 record which ranks him 17th in NHL history for wins and 12th in Stanley Cups won. He has had winning seasons in 15 of his 18 years behind an NHL bench as head coach. Most recently he was named as an advisor to the Anaheim Ducks coaching staff in July of 2019.
In his first full season with Calgary, Darryl guided the Flames to game seven of the Stanley Cup Final in 2004 after defeating Vancouver, Detroit and San Jose. He had a winning record all three seasons behind the Flames bench with a 107-73-15-15 record.
Sutter played eight NHL seasons all with the Chicago Blackhawks from 1979-1987 scoring 161 goals and 118 assists for 279 points and 288 penalty minutes in 406 regular season games in addition to his 43 points in 51 playoff games. Darryl and his wife Wanda have three children, Brett, Jessie and Christopher and currently reside in Viking, Alberta.