2012 (Wpg): For the second straight season, Chris Cvetkovic played in all 18 games for the Blue Bombers as the team’s long-snapper and registered four special teams tackles. He also continued running his volunteer based program Cvet’s Pets, which helps raise funds and awareness for five local no-kill animal shelters in the city, and organized a trip to Mexico with other CFL players where they spent time volunteering at an animal sterilization clinic. He was awarded the ‘Ed Kotowich Good Guy Award’ by the organization for the second time in his career, which is given annually to a Blue Bomber player for their excellence in combining football ability, team camaraderie and extraordinary effort in the community, and honours former offensive lineman Ed Kotowich.
2003-2011 (Wpg): After sitting out the entire 2010 season due to a torn ACL, Cvetkovic rebounded in 2011 and played in all 18 regular season games for the Blue Bombers, as well as the East Final and 99th Grey Cup as the team’s long snapper, recording three special teams tackles. During the winter of 2011, he was one of seven CFL players who traveled to Haiti to aide in tsunami relief efforts through a program called Huddle for Haiti. Cvetkovic played in every game in both 2008 and 2009 and made 23 special teams tackles throughout those seasons. Suffering his first major injury in 2007, Cvetkovic sat out nine weeks that year with a serious elbow injury but managed to return to the lineup and finish the season with three special teams tackles in nine games. He was equally solid in the playoffs, appearing in both playoff contests and the Grey Cup against the Saskatchewan Roughriders. In 2006, Cvetkovic appeared in all 18 regular season games for the Blue Bombers. He also saw action in the team’s East Semi-Final loss to Toronto and registered four special teams tackles during the regular season. He appeared in all 18 regular season games in 2005 for the Bombers and his pin-point snaps helped punter Jon Ryan set a new CFL standard for gross punting average in a season at 50.6 yards per punt. Cvetkovic also finished the season tied for fourth place on the team in special teams tackles with 11, and led all CFL long-snappers in tackles for the second straight season. In 2004, he played in all 18 regular-season games, picking up 16 special teams tackles. After joining the club’s practice roster on Oct 29/03, he was added to the active roster for the 2003 West Semi-Final match-up against his former team, the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
2002 (Ssk): Cvetkovic played in all 18 games for Saskatchewan as a rookie and recorded three special teams tackles.
Concordia Stingers (CIS): Cvetkovic played five years for the Concordia Stingers as a slotback. He led the Stingers with 23 receptions for 396 yards and two touchdowns in his final season – a year in which he was also named team captain.
Signed off Saskatchewan's practice roster on October 29, 2003.