The 44-year-old coach Join the ranks of the Windsor Spitfires, in the Ontario Hockey League in 2017. Previously worked for The scorpion Sarnia.
Mr. Letowsky said he was surprised by the speed with which he was appointed.
It was a whirlwind, just a few conversations and things started moving really fast and here we are today.
Over the course of his career, he represented Canada at three world championships as an assistant coach, and helped the team take bronze in 2014 and gold in 2018.
During the Junior World Championships, he first worked with Canadiens coach Dominique Ducharme.
The previous seventh round selection spent nine seasons in lifeTornadoes from Carolina.Between 1998 and 2008, he played 616 season games with Phoenix Coyotes, Vancouver Canucks, Columbus Blue Jackets and
while playing in lifeLitowski had 84 goals and 117 assists.
Claims to play in lifeIt was his dream, and so was his new coaching role.
It’s a great lesson in humility to be a part of the NHL and all that has happened in it, of all the great players and coaches that have been out there. Some kind of flow of energy has been running through me for a while now it’s very exciting, He said.
Despite this, Mr. Letowski feels some regret at the idea of leaving the Spitfires.
It is a bittersweet feeling. When I talk to people outside of Windsor, they think it’s kind of obvious, but they don’t know what it means to be part of this organization and to live in Windsor-Essex.
My family and I grew up to really love this city, he adds.
The decision certainly wasn’t as easy as most people think, but in the end it was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.
General Manager and Vice President SpitfiresThis was said by Bill Buller
It’s a great day As for Trevor Litowski, but how sad it is to see him leave the team.
Bill Bowler hopes to replace Trevor Litowski as soon as possible, but does not have a specific date for hiring the position.
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