Kenneth Lovsin was a standout defenseman for the Camrose Lutheran College Vikings Hockey Team from 1984-86. Upon graduation he moved on to play for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies 1986-88 before accepting an invitation to join Canada's National Team in 1988. He was drafted by the National Hockey League's Hartford Whalers in 1990 but spent that year in the American Hockey League playing for the Baltimore Skipjacks until 1992. An opportunity to play overseas had Lovsin join Sweden's Mora IK 1992-93 for 36 games.
Upon returning to full time participation with Team Canada, Lovsin enjoyed the opportunity to play in the 1994 Winter Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway where Canada won the silver medal. Since retiring from his playing career, Lovsin has stayed involved in hockey as an assistant coach in Minor Hockey in Alberta.