Frederic Chabot enters his sixth season with the Edmonton Oilers where the 46-year-old will work with both the Oilers goaltenders as well as assist in the development of netminders in the system.

Chabot joined the Oilers after serving as a Goaltending Consultant with Hockey Canada and their National Junior Team, helping Canada capture a gold medal at the 2009 World Junior Hockey Championship in Ottawa, Ontario.  He was also an instructor at Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence Goaltending Camp for three years (2007-09).

The Hebertville-Station, Quebec, native worked as a Goaltending Consulltant with Berlin (DEL) in 2008-09, capturing the league championship with the Ice Bears.  He was also involved with AIK Stockholm (SWE-2) from 2007-2009, overseeing goaltending for the entire organization.

A veteran of 17 professional seasons, Chabot played 32 National Hockey League games with three different teams (Montreal, Philadelphia and Los Angeles).

His playing career was highlighted during the 1999-2000 season when he was named the International Hockey League’s Most Valuable Player and Top Goaltender, posting a 2.13 goals against average and a .920 save percentage in 62 games played with the Houston Aeros.  He was also named MVP of the IHL in 1996-97 as a member of the Aeros.