Former Stanley Cup winner and Montreal Canadien Todd Ewen dies at 49

Former Montreal Canadiens enforcer Todd Ewen died on Saturday. He was 49-years-old.

Another former team of Ewen’s, the St. Louis Blues, announced the death on their official Twitter account.

Ewen spent four seasons with the Canadiens, winning a Stanley Cup in 1993. In 190 games with Montreal, he had 13 goals and 32 points.

He was mostly know for his fighting talents, racking up 1,914 penalty minutes throughout his 11-year NHL career.

The Saskatoon native also played for the Anaheim Might Ducks and San Jose Sharks.

The Canadian Press

Former Montreal Canadiens enforcer Todd Ewen died on Saturday. He was 49-years-old.

Another former team of Ewen’s, the St. Louis Blues, announced the death on their official Twitter account.

Ewen spent four seasons with the Canadiens, winning a Stanley Cup in 1993. In 190 games with Montreal, he had 13 goals and 32 points.

He was mostly know for his fighting talents, racking up 1,914 penalty minutes throughout his 11-year NHL career.

The Saskatoon native also played for the Anaheim Might Ducks and San Jose Sharks.

The Canadian Press

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