Todd Ewen NHL Player Wiki,Biography,Age,Married OR Single, Death Reason Full Details| Wikipedia, Bio, Profile, Wife, Spouse, Family Info- Todd Ewen was a popular NHL Canadian professional ice hockey player, who recently died on September 19, 2015. He was primarily known as an enforcer and played for the St. Louis Blues, Montreal Canadiens, Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and San Jose Sharks. Ewen retired with 1,911 penalty min. putting him 58th for all-time career. He would win the Stanley Cup in 1993. After leaving his professional career Ewen made several coaching videos with Championship productions on “How to buy equipment for your child”, “Break out Basics” and “Checking”. He also was coaching director for Chesterfield hockey association, Lafayette Varsity head coach and assistant coach for Saint Louis University Billikens.
Todd Ewen NHL Player Wiki,Biography,Age,Married OR Single, Death Reason Full Details
He was born on March 22, 1966 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and raised in St. Albert, Alberta.
Ewen had 36 goals, 40 assists and 1,911 penalty minutes in 518 career games in 11 seasons with St. Louis, Montreal, Anaheim and San Jose. He helped Montreal win the 1993 Stanley Cup.
The 6-foot-3, 230-pound forward last played in the NHL with San Jose in 1996-97. He played junior hockey for the New Westminster Bruins in the Western Hockey League.
- Name: Todd Ewen
- Occupation: Former NHL Player, Coach
- Born: March 22, 1966, Saskatoon, Canada
- Died: September 19, 2015
- Height: 6′ 3″
- Weight: 230 lbs
- Career start: 1986
- Position: Winger
This is really a sad news, God bless his soul…