The Ontario Hockey League has another head coach that will also handle general manager duties.
Former Kitchener Rangers' forward Paul McFarland was named general manager of the Kingston Frontenacs on Tuesday.
He becomes the team's ninth general manager.
The 34-year-old signed on as Kingston's head coach back in May.
McFarland calls it an exciting opportunity, "This is something I will not take lightly and I am really excited to start working with our staff and players."
He spent the past three seasons coaching in the National Hockey League, with both Toronto and Florida.
McFarland played for the Rangers from 2002 to 2005.