A defenceman, who once played for the Kitchener Rangers, is joining the NHL's Montreal Canadiens.
Ben Shutron has been hired as an amateur scout, and will be based in Western Canada.
The 32-year-old retired from professional hockey in 2015 to focus on the managerial side of hockey.
He served as team manager with Team Canada at the Spengler Cup in 2018-19 as well as in 2019-20 on the championship squad, before serving in the same role with Team Canada at the World Junior Championship this season, where he earned silver with the U20.
Shutron won a Memorial Cup as a member of the Windsor Spitfires in 2008-09.
He was a fourth round pick of the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2006 NHL Draft.