Not only did the Toronto Maple Leafs acquire Jared McCann today, they also acquired a new assistant coach. 

The Leafs announced today that they've hired another new assistant coach. 

Spencer Carbery has been added to head coach Sheldon Keefe's group. 

"Spencer possesses a great mind for the game along with the necessary work ethic, energy and communication skills we were looking for," said Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe. "I'm thrilled to have him join Manny, Dean and myself on the bench this season."

"My family and I are thrilled to be joining the Maple Leafs organization," said Carbery. "I can't wait to get started in doing everything I can to help this historic franchise."

Also from the Leafs release:

Carbery joins the Maple Leafs after three seasons with the Hershey Bears, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Washington Capitals. Last season, Carbery was honoured with the Louis A.R. Pieri Memorial Award as the AHL's outstanding coach after leading the Bears to a 24-7-2-0 record. During his three-year tenure, the Bears posted a record of 104-50-9-8 (.658 points percentage).

What do you think of the Leafs' choice?