The Islanders have hired Fred Brathwaite as their goalie coach, the team announced Monday.
Brathwaite replaces Mike Dunham. who had been part of the organization for 11 years.
"Fred's experiences at just about every level of hockey make him a tremendous addition to our hockey club," Islanders coach Doug Weight said in a statement. "Not only has he had a solid NHL career, but he's also worked with some of the top net-minder's coming out of Hockey Canada. He's ready for this next step and we look forward to him working with our organization's goalies."
Brathwaite, 44, played in the NHL from 1993 to 2004, with stints with the Oilers, Flames, Blues, and Blue Jackets.
Dunham thanked the Islanders for the last 11 years.