Greg Wolfe

Greg Wolfe, a native of Canton, Michigan, is a Player Development Coach & Mentor at the TPH Center of Excellence in Detroit. Wolfe played Tier I youth hockey for HoneyBaked and two years of USHL hockey for the Chicago Steel and Omaha Lancers. From 2010 to 2014, he played NCAA hockey for the Michigan State Spartans where he was captain for the final two seasons. In the 2013-14 season, he was awarded the Big Ten Medal of Honor and the Big Ten Sportsmanship Awards. Following his college career, he made his professional debut in 2014 with the Reading Royals of the ECHL. Wolfe was an ECHL All-Star in the 2016-17 and 2018-19 seasons.


Rick Gadwa

Rick Gadwa, a native of Brighton, Michigan, is the Manager of Hockey Operations & Programming at the TPH Center of Excellence in Detroit. He graduated from Hartland High School, where he currently coaches the varsity boys hockey team. Gadwa is a graduate of Davenport University where he played three years of college hockey. He then went on to play semi-professional hockey for the Battle Creek Revolution in the AAHL. The father of three still resides in Brighton, Michigan.

David Sellin

A native of Redford, Michigan, Sellin played Tier 1 and 2 youth hockey before playing two years for his local high school team as a junior and senior. From 2000-2004 he played junior hockey in various leagues in both Canada and the US, including the OPJHL and the NAHL. Following his hockey career, David moved out west living in Southern California and Oregon before moving back to his home state in 2017. He is now an assistant coach with the Hartland High School Boys Varsity hockey team and resides in Hartland, Michigan with his wife Asia.

Cameron Burt

Cameron Burt, a native of Detroit, Michigan, is a Player Development Coach & Mentor at the TPH Center of Excellence in Detroit. Burt grew up playing with the Michigan Ice Dogs before starting his junior career in the former Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL). From there, Burt made the jump to the United States Hockey League (USHL) and earned a commitment to the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). In just his second year at RIT, Burt was awarded the NCAA AHA Tournament MVP and helped RIT claim the Atlantic Hockey championship. Burt then went on to play professionally with his most recent stop being with MAC Újbuda in Slovakia.