Brennan Menard will be joining the Kitchener Rangers as an assistant coach.
The announcement was made by the hockey club on Thursday.
He was most recently an associate coach of the men's team at Lakehead University, where he also played for five years.
“My family and I are very excited for the opportunity to join the Kitchener Rangers coaching staff. It is a privilege to become part of a tradition rich hockey community with a long-standing history of excellence in the best development league in the world.” Menard said in a release.
“This is a tremendous next step in my career, and I want to thank Mike McKenzie and his staff for welcoming us to the Kitchener Rangers organization."
Menard replaces Andreas Karlsson who was recently added to the coaching staff of the Hamilton Bulldogs.