Edward James Lowrey, also known as Eddie Lowery and Ed Lowrey (b: August 13, 1891) was a Canadian professional ice hockey centre. Lowrey played for Ottawa Senators, Toronto Ontarios, Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Blueshirts, Hamilton Tigers and the Regina Capitals. Lowrey later became the coach of the University of Michigan ice hockey team.
Born in Manotick, Ontario near Ottawa, Lowrey played for the Ottawa Stewartons (1909–10, 1911–12), Hull Volants (1909–10), Ottawa Buena Vistas (1910–11), and Ottawa New Edinburgh (1912–13) before becoming a professional with the Ottawa Senators in 1912. He played one season for the Senators before being traded to the Toronto Ontarios in January 1914. He played one season with Toronto. From 1914 until 1916, Lowrey played in the NHA as a spare, playing one game for Montreal and four for Ottawa in 1914–15. In 1915–16, he played two games for the Toronto Blueshirts. In 1916, he played a full season with the Senators and remained with the Senators until 1919. He played for the Senators during the inaugural season of the National Hockey League in 1917-18 and was one of the original NHL players.
His coaching career began in 1919-10 with Ottawa Munitions of the Ottawa City Senior League before returning to playing for two seasons, one with the Hamilton Tigers and one with the Regina Capitals. In 1922, he joined the University of Ottawa as ice hockey coach.
He became the head coach of the University of Michigan hockey team from 1927–1944 and compiled a 124-136-21 record as Michigan's coach. In August 1944, Lowrey was notified by the University of Michigan Board of Athletic Control that he was being released effective in November 1944 for economic reasons.