(Newark) Sheldon Keefe has completed his assistant team with the New Jersey Devils by adding Jeremy Colliton, a former head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks.

Devils president and general manager Tom Fitzgerald made the announcement Tuesday, less than three weeks after hiring Keefe following his firing by the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Keefe retained most of the staff that finished last season under interim coach Travis Green, who took over after Lindy Ruff was fired in early March.

Assistants Ryan McGill, Chris Taylor and Sergei Brylin, as well as goalie coach Dave Rogalski will return next year.

Colliton has been the head coach of the Abbotsford Canucks, the Canucks’ AHL affiliate, for the past two seasons. He posted identical 40-25-7 records each campaign and led the team to the playoffs.

Colliton will lead the Blackhawks between 2018 and 2021.