Dan Rashovich was considered one of the CFL’s best special team players during his 16-year career with Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal and Saskatchewan. The Toronto born Rashovich was very well liked and respected by his teammates and opponents for his passion and enthusiasm for the game…
The Simon Fraser University grad was drafted 13th overall by the Ottawa Rough Riders in 1984. He joined the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 1987, and spent 13 years with them. Dan was also the Roughriders starting linebacker on the 1989 Grey Cup Championship team.
As a keynote speaker and story teller, the personable Rashovich shares the same passion and enthusiasm with his audiences. “Razz” will entertain your guests with a variety of interesting stories from his all-star career including playing an entire game with a broken fibula.
During his career, Dan was named Saskatchewan’s Most Outstanding Canadian twice and Most Outstanding Defensive Player and a Western Division All-Star.
Known for giving back to the community that supported him during his playing days, Dan believes in speaking to students about their future and making positive lifestyle choices. He continues to share his motivational messages on team building and goal setting at community events, corporate meetings, coaching seminars and football camps.
Dan, a well deserving member of the Plaza of Honor, welcomes the opportunity to visit with you to share his message and have a positive impact on your community or workplace.