Maroons Coach Bowler to be Honoured by Windsor Spitfires
One of the top players in Windsor Spitfires history, current Chatham Maroons coach Bill Bowler will have his #9 sweater retired by his former OHL club in early December.
Bowler played for the Windsor Spitfires in the 1990’s compiling over nearly 500 points in 4 seasons with the team.
In his best season with the Spitfires, 1994-1995, Bowler scores 135 points. Bowler followed up this Junior career with nearly a decade of professional hockey in the IHL and AHL, where he scored 20 goals or more five times. Bowler also played a 9 game stint with the Columbus Blue Jackets, recording 2 assists.
Windsor will take on the Erie Otters December 10, the evening Bowler’s jersey will be retired by the team.