Terry Gregson
Born Terry Gregson
November 7 1953 (1953-11-07) (age 63)
Erin, Ontario
Occupation NHL Director of Officiating

Terry Gregson (born November 7, 1953, in Erin, Ontario) is the current National Hockey League Director of Officiating. He was formerly a referee in the NHL from 1981 until 2004. He wore a helmet from the mid-1980s until the end of his refereeing career. From the 1994–95 NHL season until his retirement, he wore uniform number 4, which is now worn by Wes McCauley. During his career, he refereed eight Stanley Cup Finals and one All-Star game.

Gregson was the referee when the New York Rangers won its first Stanley Cup in 54 years in 1994, which was the highlight of his officiating career.[1]

Gregson was also the referee for the controversial Game 6 of the 1999 Stanley Cup which was the infamous "No Goal" game.

He was named NHL Director of Officiating on Tuesday, September 9th, 2009.[2]


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