Ed Zawatsky (born June 18, 1968 in Langenburg, Saskatchewan) is the former head coach and general manager of the Yorkton Terriers Junior 'A' Hockey Team. He lead the Terriers team to the SJHL championship, the Anavet Cup, in his rookie year, and was named named SJHL Coach of the Year. He followed that up by taking the team to a second Anavet Cup, and into the final of the national championship, the RBC Cup.

Zawatsky began as an assistant coach in 2002-03 season. He maned the bench for three years as an understudy to Don Chesney. Zawatsky is a former Terrier himself and still holds the team’s single season scoring record.

He earned a NCAA Division 1 scholarship while playing junior hockey, and from Colorado College went to the American Hockey League, ECHL, and 9 seasons in Germany.[1]

References Edit

  1. Ed Zawatsky's player profile. Hockey Retrieved on 2010-05-04.

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