The New York Islanders made a coaching move Wednesday, naming former NHL puckstopper Chris Terreri as a goalie development coach and goalie coach for the AHL’s Bridgeport Sound Tigers.
“Chris has a vast amount of knowledge and experience, both as a player and a coach,” said Islanders general manager Garth Snow. “We’re excited for him to work with our goalies at every level, as well as assist in our scouting process and to make his mark on this crucial position.”
Terreri appeared in 406 NHL games between 1986 and 2001, spending most of his career with the New Jersey Devils.
He then transitioned into coaching, spending the last eight years working as a goalie coach with the Devils.
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