Jason Krywulak

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Jason Krywulak
Position Forward
Played for San Diego Gulls
EC Timmendorfer Strand
EHC Straubing
EHC Neuwied
Playing career 1998–2000

Jason Krywulak is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey and roller hockey player.

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Krywulak played major junior in the Western Hockey League (WHL) with the Medicine Hat Tigers and Swift Current Broncos, winning the Four Broncos Memorial Trophy as player of the year in 1993. His 161 points led the WHL and CHL in scoring to earn the Bob Clarke Trophy and CHL Top Scorer Award. After a four-year WHL career, Krywulak began a three-year stint with the University of Calgary in the Canada West Universities Athletic Association (CWUAA). During this time, he also joined short-lived Roller Hockey International (RHI) league, where he played for four seasons with the Calgary Radz, San Diego Barracudas, Oakland Skates and Sacramento River Rats.

Krywulak turned pro during the 1997–98 season, playing in 3 games with the San Diego Gulls of the minor professional West Coast Hockey League (WCHL). The following season, he went overseas to play in the now-defunct German 1st league with EC Timmendorfer Strand. He led the team in scoring with 116 points in 49 games. He then split the 1999–00 season between EHC Straubing of the German Oberliga and Neuwied EHC of the 2nd Bundesliga before retiring.

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