Brian Burke, President and GM of the Maple Leafs, announced Sunday that Dave Farrish has been appointed an assistant coach on Randy Carlyle's staff. Farrish joins Scott Gordon and Greg Cronin as Carlyle's assistants. Farrish, 55, brings over 21 years of coaching experience to the Leafs’ bench. He most recently served as an assistant coach under Carlyle with the Ducks for seven seasons (August 5, 2005 to December 1, 2011) and won his first Stanley Cup with the club in 2007. A native of Lucknow, Ontario, Farrish has served as head coach of 1,027 professional hockey games between the American Hockey League, International Hockey League and the ECHL, compiling a record of 520-402-83-22.