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

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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.

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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.

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