Defenceman Ken Lovsin played one game with the Washington Capitals in 1990-91. He was a decent playmaker who could also take the body and was better know in the international hockey community.
Born in Peace River, Alberta, Lovsin spent two years starring with the University of Saskatchewan. In 1987 he was chosen 22nd overall in the NHL Supplemental Draft before returning to university. The solid blueliner then spent two years with the Canadian national team before signing with the Capitals as a free agent in July, 1990.
Apart from his one NHL appearance, Lovsin spent two years with the AHL's Baltimore Skipjacks where he accumulated 71 points. He retired in 199s after playing a few games for the Mora club of Sweden and representing Canada at the World Championships.