Ken Magowan

Ken Magowan ( born July 22, 1981 in Kelowna, British Columbia) is a Canadian professional ice hockey player who is currently at the Adler Mannheim in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga under contract.


Ken Magowan began his career at the Vernon Vipers, which until 2000 he was active from 1998 in the British Columbia Hockey League. He was then in the seventh round as a total 198 players selected in the NHL Entry Draft in 2000 by the New Jersey Devils, for the winger but was never on the ice. First, he played four years for the ice hockey team from Boston University. Towards the end of the 2003/ 04 Magowan made ​​his debut in professional hockey when he. Five times for the farm team of New Jersey, the Albany River Rats of the American Hockey League played, In the following season the links gunman was mainly used in their collaboration team. For the Augusta Lynx of the ECHL, he scored 49 scorer points, including 21 goals. This contrasted with only four appearances in the AHL.

The following two seasons spent the Canadians in the ECHL, where he ran aground for the Toledo Storm. In the season 2005/ 06 Magowan also came on six AHL inserts for the Philadelphia Phantoms and the Rochester Americans. In the 2006/07 season, the striker was 29 times used in the Bridgeport Sound Tigers in the AHL and finally got in the summer of 2007, a contract in the 2nd Bundesliga at SC Riessersee, where he met with 50 scorer points, including 26 goals, in 50 could recommend games. Before the season 2008/ 09, the Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg took from the German Ice Hockey League to Canadians under contract.

After completion of the 2010/11 season Magowan left the Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg and moved to league rivals Adler Mannheim, where he. Signed a contract until the end of the season he extended 2012/13 unterzeichnete.Diesen to 2013/2014.


(End of season 2007/ 08)