The Calgary Roughnecks today announced the National Lacrosse League club has signed head coach and assistant general manager Curt Malawsky to a multi-year contract extension.
Malawsky was originally named head coach and assistant general manager of the Roughnecks on August 13, 2012. He guided Calgary to the 2014 NLL Champion’s Cup final with a 12-6 record, finishing second in the West Division and third overall. Under his leadership, the Roughnecks hold a record of 21-15 and led the league in goals for in 2013 (222) and 2014 (237).
From the summer of 2009 to 2012, Malawsky held the position of associate coach and assistant general manager, helping guide Calgary to two league-leading records in 2011 (11-5) and 2012 (12-4) as well as three consecutive playoff appearances. Prior to his coaching role, Malawsky played 12 seasons in the NLL, including two seasons with the Roughnecks, and recorded 537 career points (260 goals, 277 assists) in 159 games. He finished his playing career in Calgary, capturing his first Champion’s Cup in 2009.