The Toronto Maple Leafs announced as of late that the hockey club has hired Spencer Carbery as an assistant coach.
“Spencer possesses a mountainous mind for the game alongside with the major work ethic, energy and communication abilities we were having a sight,” said Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe. “I am thrilled to get hang of him be a part of Manny, Dean and myself on the bench this season.”
“My family and I are thrilled to be becoming a member of the Maple Leafs group,” said Carbery. “I will be able to not wait to come by started in doing the entirety I’m in a position to to attend this historic franchise.”
Carbery joins the Maple Leafs after three seasons with the Hershey Bears, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Washington Capitals. Closing season, Carbery was honoured with the Louis A.R. Pieri Memorial Award because the AHL’s excellent coach after main the Bears to a 24-7-2-0 memoir. All over his three-year tenure, the Bears posted a memoir of 104-50-9-8 (.658 facets share).
Sooner than becoming a member of Hershey, Carbery served as an assistant coach with the AHL’s Providence Bruins following one season because the head coach of the Ontario Hockey League’s Saginaw Spirit in 2016-17. From 2011-12 to 2015-16, he was the head coach and director of hockey operations for Hershey’s ECHL affiliate, the South Carolina Stingrays, incomes the John Brophy Award because the ECHL’s Coach of the one year in 2014. Carbery also took portion within the Maple Leafs 2017 Construction Camp as a visitor coach.
As a player, the Victoria, British Columbia native played professionally with South Carolina, Fresno, Stockton and Bakersfield of the ECHL and Tulsa of the Central Hockey League.