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Montreal Canadiens add Trevor Letowski to coaching staff

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The former NHLer will join the team’s bench.

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The Montreal Canadiens have added Trevor Letowski to the team’s coaching staff as an assistant coach.

Letowski has coached in the Ontario Hockey League for the last 10 seasons. He has been the head coach of the Windsor Spitfires for the last three years. He also coached on Canada’s World Junior team with Dominique Ducharme.

“We are very pleased with the addition of Trevor to our staff. I developed a productive relationship and a great bond with him, especially during the experience we shared behind the bench for Team Canada at the 2018 World Junior Championship. Trevor is a versatile coach, a good tactician, and a great communicator. His years as a player, and the solid hockey background he acquired at all levels in hockey, will make him a good reference for our players and serve as important assets for our future success. He has an extensive comprehension of today’s game, and I am excited to add a candidate of his caliber to our coaching staff,” said Canadiens head coach Dominique Ducharme in a press release.

The team said they wanted to add a third assistant to the team’s bench. He will join Ducharme, Luke Richardson, and likely Alexandre Burrows as well.