MIKE DUNHAM NAMED GOALTENDING COACH

New York Islander Fan Central | 9/10/2007 05:59:00 PM | | |
Islanders Website this afternoon confirmed Cory Witt's earlier blog update that Mike Dunham has retired as a player and has been named the club's new goaltending coach.

"Mike had an outstanding NHL career and was very well-regarded for his work ethic and his leadership," said Islanders head coach Ted Nolan. "I'm very happy to have all of his experience on our coaching staff. Last season he was extremely helpful as a teammate to the development of Rick DiPietro and Wade Dubielewicz and that process will continue with Mike as our goalie coach."

"I'm very proud of my career and really enjoyed playing my final year on Long Island," said Dunham. "I'm very appreciative of Ted giving me this opportunity to be part of his coaching staff and work with all of the goaltenders in our system. I'm really looking forward to beginning my coaching career."


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