Coach Montgomery originally hails from Rochester, NY. Prior to joining the United States National Team Development Program where his team won gold, Montgomery played AAA hockey with the Buffalo Saints and then spent a year in the OPJHL with the Syracuse Jr. Stars. While with the USNTDP, he represented Team USA in two World Junior Championships. He then went on to play one year at The Ohio State University prior to joining the London Knights of the OHL for three seasons. Montgomery then spent the next decade as a pro playing in various leagues including the AHL and ECHL.
A native of Littleton, Colorado, Michael Anton played for the Colorado Thunderbirds for seven years. As someone quite familiar with the area and sport, Anton enjoys working with TPH Denver student-athletes as they train to become elite.
In his free time, he enjoys creating graphic design edits of hockey players from various levels.
Cole grew up in Highlands Ranch, CO playing defense for the Colorado Thunderbirds and Rampage programs. Following youth hockey, Cole went on to play 2 years of junior hockey in the NAHL and WSHL, followed by graduating from Miami University with a degree in Marketing and Business Analytics before getting into coaching. Starting at the youth level in 2017 with the Colorado Rampage, Cole has since continued skill development with skaters and goalies at the TPH Center of Excellence and also as the Co-founder of Elite Edge Athlete.
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.