Chris Terreri

Director of Goaltending Development and Scouting

Chris Terreri was named Director of Goaltending Development and Scouting for the New York Islanders on May 30, 2024.

Previously, Terreri served as the goaltending coach of the Bridgeport Islanders from 2017 to 2024. Terreri worked with goalies throughout the Islanders organization, including those playing with the Worcester Railers (ECHL) and amateur prospects. Prior to joining the Islanders, Terreri spent 16 seasons as a member of the New Jersey Devils coaching staff. He served eight years as goaltending coach, working with Martin Brodeur, Cory Schneider and others.

In 15 seasons as a player, Terreri appeared in 406 NHL games with the Devils, San Jose Sharks, Chicago Blackhawks and Islanders (two games). He won two Stanley Cups with New Jersey in 1995 and 2000. Terreri was New Jersey’s fifth-round pick (85th overall) in the 1983 Entry Draft. He joined the Devils after a four-year career at Providence College, which included two NCAA Frozen Four appearances.