Born in Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan, Lozinski played junior hockey with the WCJHL's Flin Flon Bombers. He was chosen 219th overall by Detroit in 1978 then spent two years developing in the minors. Lozinski starred for the IHL's Kalamazoo Wings in 1979-80 and won the James Norris Memorial Trophy for allowing the fewest goals in the league and was a first team all-star.
Following the trade of veteran Jim Rutherford in 1980-81, Lozinski posted a 6-11-7 record for the Wings and became a crowd favorite at the Joe Louis Arena. He was relegated to the minors for the next two seasons and led the AHL with three shutouts before retiring in 1983.
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